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In the city of Darwin (11 Knuckey Street, street between Mitchell en Cavanaugh street in the center) a suberb Asian/Vietnamese restaurant. Very good food and good prices. Also soft alcoholic drinks available. We enjoyed eating there twice during a stay-over in Darwin. Nice and friendly...More
We had beef pho n crispy fried noodles with beef n spring rolls.The spring rolls was oily n I think its abit on expensive side for 4 very small vegetable spring roll at $6.The Pho n the fried noodles was good .
The words that were said as another diner said as they left and I couldn’t agree more.
For starter we had spring rolls and chicken satay. It was really hot so we knew it was fresh however the chicken had been over cooked and was...More
The place is at very central location and the restaurant atmosphere is very nice. But I couldn't believe that their Tom Yam soup was so disappointing. After going through other main dishes I started wondering that this place is being run by Thai's or some...More
Vietnamese food is renowned for its use of garlic, chili and fish sauce. Of the 3 dishes I shared with a friend I could not detect any of these flavours. Overwhelmingly bland, this was not Vietnamese food!
We needed to find a place to eat quite late (8.30pm) and rang Non La , they said no problem:-)
Good wine list helped kick our dining off well, and the prices are sensible.
The Green chicken curry and Garlic prawns were of good size...More
This restaurant is beautifully appointed. Very nice rest room. Comfortable chairs and table. The service was friendly and prompt. I had a Laksa and Thai tea .. both very nice. They even played relaxing music. Not very crowded. I will come again.
I was recommended this place from a mate who lived in Vietnam for 3 years and it didn’t disappoint
Recommend the red duck curry: minced beef with chilli and basil and the xau muong (water cress with garlic and sauce)
We didn’t come for the...More