We went in for a quick bite around 17:30. Service was swift and good. Food was O.k. Not very special. Every meal comes with sweet chili sauce. When it became more busy, we had to wait a long time for the cheque.
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This is one of the best vietnamese restaurants I've come across in a long time. The people are friendly, the decor is elegant, but the food is absolutely great! Stay for the vietnamese coffee ice cream!
In my opinion the best pho soup in town! Small cosy restaurant 14 tables max. Great looking and tasting food here. Pho soup Vietnamese pancake And the fresh spring rolls shrimp/beef are my favorites. Looking for a healty tasty meal, look no further. Prices are reasonable for the area and what you get.
The food looked gorgeous, but tasted rather bland. We asked for some salt to enhance the flavour of our 'caramelised lemongrass chicken' and 'shaken beef zucchini'. To little extend. Many fresh ingredients somehow resulted into a dish that fell flat. The fresh spring roll starter and the coconut tapioca dessert were better.
When I'm in the mood for some good Vietnamese food this is one of my favourite places to go. The food is very fresh and of good quality. The staff is always friendly and helpful.
Authentic Vietnamese food.. The lady here helps explain how traditionally you eat the dish and all, its nice. Also I ordered the dish that had a variety, it was nice to be able to try a few of the dishes. I would love to go back!
Loved the food. I hadn't tried Vietnamese before and it suprised me. Our group tried different dishes, we loved the noodles and also the lemongrass chicken. As starter I definitely recommend the spring rolls or the mango salad. The tapioka dessert is something you must get used to but it was an experience. It seems to be a popular place,... More
I had a lemon grads chicken that tasted good, but cost me more than I think the meal deserves. Good food but the prices are a little high to my taste. Don't know if they try to be casual or more fine dining.
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