Just coming off some wonderful eating experiences in Hoi An and not expecting a lot of Sapa in this area from the reviews and talking to others. Went to Hill Station Signature on the recommendation of our hotel and a great experience from the time we walked in. Very stylish decor and ambience and do not be put off by the thought of having to sit on the floor after a day of trekking - there is the option to sit at a table, which we gratefully took. Food is generally shared, the service impeccable and there were some simply outstanding dishes headlining a fabulous meal - the smoked buffalo with pickled vegetables, raw trout spring rolls and chicken with ginger all still hav me salivating. Ingredients are sourced locally and the dishes on offer are vastly different to those on menus elsewhere. Even the dessert was good, a general letdown in Vietnam. A simple individual apple pie after the chef came to the table to apologise that the carrot cake we ordered had been overlooked and not to the standard he wished to serve - plaudits for that as well. Expensive by Vietnam standards means about $18 a head for 6 shared dishes, dessert and a glass of wine and beer each - simply outstanding.
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