Upon entry, the first thing that hits you is the beatutiful and grand decor compared to the rest of the street. Beatutifully decorated with a comfortable ambience. The staff there were also very, polite, full of smiles and generally could all speak english.
Our group of four ordered 3 fruit juices, 1 coffee, all tasted well and served with beautiful decorations.
Our food took quite sometime to come but they served us a small portion of salad on vietnamese crackers and some bread with butter while we waited. The bread was good, light and fluffy.
We ordered their springrolls as appetizers; a fetuccini, salmon steak and cabonara pizza for our mains. I would say in general the food was great and there is not a single dish that I would complain about. The mushroom fetuccini was fragrant and the sauce was very well done. The salmon steak was superb, done lightly only with some salt and pepper but perfectly cooked till the texture was just right and the taste more than fine. The cabonara pizza was thin crusted with good cheese and bacon.
For deserts we had tiramisu and mango creme bulee.
Overall, I would say that this slants slightly more to an Italian/american restaurant than a vietnamese restaurant. They serve good food which will leave you little to complain about but if you are looking for something authentically vietnamese then this is not the place to be. You can try ngongs or little hanoi for that.
I would also have to mention that although we found the food great here, the prices are exorbitant in vietnamese context where 50 USD would be able to get you very good food for 4 compared to here where we paid 90USD for our meal.
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