On a Friday about 8 pm in Old Town. Quick banh mi sandwich and a local beer. 100k. A bit pricey, but very relaxing spot at front entrance, good people watching, attentive staff.
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Ate luch/brunch twice at the Tan Tam cafe. We had a local speciality starter (fit rolls with herbs and meet dunked in peanut sauce-delicious!) but the star of the show was red snapper in turmeric and herbs. We were about to order mains for each...More
We should have ordered for one and shared! I ordered a chocolate and coconut tart, and my wife ordered an apple cream tart. We shared them, but could barely finish. They're bigger than they look, but are very delicious! The staff was friendly, and the...More
Caters to mainly large groups but still authentic local flavours. In an area where there are so many restaurants to choose from, and to still be busy means they are competitive. Starters that stand out is the salad on crispy rice crackers, pork satay like...More
What can I say... this food was no more than average. The fancy front was highly deceiving and upon sitting down this was soon realised. The menus were sticky- disgusting! The food we received was bland in flavour and felt very western. Tastes and flavours...More