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As of July, Dakbla isn't open as a place to eat. The owner came out to say help but said that he was closed for the time being. He was very apologetic about this. It might open up again soon but definitely closed for business...More
This restaurant has a huge menu which is unusual in this town. The food is consistently good. The hours of operation are early morning to late evening, which is also unusual. The menu is in Vietnamese, French, and English. It is more expensive than most...More
Didn't think the menu was astounding, just average as was the food, nothing special, you're better off going to one the many pho or com ga places dotted around for better food at half the price. I wonder if all the reviews in guide books...More
Artistically interesting and a good menu. The waitress was competent as long as you pointed to what you wanted on the menu.The food was acceptable, especially the steak and French fries, which made a nice change after lots of noodles and rice. There were seven...More
It was ok. It took for ever to find it because the address on here is wrong, and googling it was wrong. But it was just a few buildings down. Lots of decoration. Springs rolls weren't anything special. I ordered fried noodle with pork and...More
This has been our favorite restaurant in Kon Tum since we first ate there in 2008, and it was just as delicious this time as we remembered it! We worked our way through their menu over the course of 3 days, and everything we had...More
Although this restaurant gets a loving review from Lonely Planet, it was closed when i was in town (30 June - 2 July 2015) and there is apparently no re-opening date scheduled. The hotel of the same name is somewhere you simply DO NOT want...More
We ordered American style and just had a taste of each other's dish; actually I ordered something boringly the same, but two of our group ordered wild boar. It was tasty. The decor is cool, showing many pictures and artifacts of the earlier era when...More
We stayed over night in Kon Tum and had both dinner and lunch at this place. For lunch we wanted to try the Bibi Pizza place, but they were closed.
Food here was very tasty, genuine and the menu offered a broad selection. Beer was...More