Our hotel recommended this and we went twice! Its a mixture of locals and tourists eating there. Tables are sometime shared (think Wagamama style) although there are some individual tables. The kitchens are round the edges of the dining area so you can see everything being prepared.
On first visit we were unsure what to order so the waitress assisted. We order Vietnamese pancake - when it arrived the waitress showed us how to cut it up and roll it in rice paper. Great service.
The whole place is kind of outdoors but there are permanent gazebo style covers forming a roof.
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