I can't speak for the Vietnamese food but their Mexican food was quite disappointing. The corn chips were thick, tasteless and similar to cardboard. The flavours were average. The service was relatively prompt and friendly however.
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This was the worst restaurant we had the misfortune to eat in whilst in Hoi An. There was no atmosphere and the place was filthy. We were hurried to order despite the place being almost empty. The food when it arrived was worse than poor....More
Very disappointing. The atmosphere looked inviting , however the staff were very disinterested once the Hoi An “in” crowd arrived. High 5’s all around & noise to bound. I had the chicken curry. It was tasteless , boring & bland. Worst curry I have ever...More
Good choice of foods.Prawn snd sea bass exquisite. Large plares ,encorage a choice if different dishrs and shsring. Tasty duck with La zRue Tiger beer.
The sea bass with lemongrass was amazing and so was the duck with green pepper sauce, probably the best meal we had in Hoi an. Good value at approx £20 including a beer and a glass of wine. Very friendly staff. Would recommend.
Not the best food we had in Hoi An , just an average meal. Had the fried rice with pork and pineapple but the pineapple was virtually non existent
another group evening meal, prebooked from the set menu. I am sure I didn’t do justice to the food but in ,recovery, stage I only picked at the dishes. The chocolate mousse is to be avoided, far too artificial and far too sweet.
My husband and I were just hoping to catch a one-course lunch before cycling on the islands (craft things) - it was such a shame we didn't have time for more, because this very unpretentious restaurant was right up with the best we've had in...More