Based on other reviews, we were not too sure about this...it is not cheap. We are really glad we tried it. Other reviewers have commented on the breads being too buttery. I can agree, my onion kulcha was very buttery and to be honest, the worst thing of the meal. The plain naan was plain and delicious. The baiji s were the lightest I have ever had, they were like air! My husband loved the vege samosa. There were 4 of us, we paid 850,000 VND but we had a lot of food: chicken and mushroom soup, lemon and coriander soup, vege samosas, onion baiji, chicken special entree (84 I think), three mains, one rice, four breads, tandoori chicken, six beers, a juice and a water.
I would go back. It was quiet so we had 5 wait staff but they did not stand over us (well, directly over us!).
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