The restaurant tucks in a small, died-end and quiet alley of downtown Saigon. The decoration here make you feel like you're sitting in an ancient house in Hue (former capitol of Vietnam during the country's “dynasty” years) with the heavy black wood door and nacred wooden furniture.
You can say this is a Hue restaurant (I recommend the flat rice flour dumpling, wrapped in a banana leaf). But they still have other dishes from the South such as caramelized cat-fish in clay pot, sauteed morning-glory with garlic.
Their foods are very delicious, the prices are very reasonable and the atmosphere is cozy. Kudos for their service. So nice! I'm not a huge fan of VNmese foods btw, but I like this place a lot.
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