We ate here on our first night in Vietnam and had the Pho noodle soup. The meal was very nice and was quite cheap!
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Restaurant is just across from The Lapis hotel. Service is efficient.the selection of food enables one to taste, soft dumplings, crispy spring rolls, pancakes, noodles etc. the dishes are so tasty full of various flavours.
We arrived here hungry - and left hungry. Kitchen closed at 9.30pm, and had run out of rice, and a number of other dishes. The staff were packing away furniture as we left at 10pm. Food was so so, and Service was indifferent. Avoid.
We ate dinner here twice. On our first day in the city we left our hotel looking for a good local eatery for dinner. This place has good food and drinks too. I would return again. If you are looking for a decent Thái restaurant...More
We came here twice as it was opposite or hotel (The Lapis) and both times enjoyed the food. Great mix of food. Tried the salty and spicy beef but to salty for my taste.
We visited this restaurant first night in Hanoi. It was recommended to us by our tour guide and was easy because it was very close to our hotel. It is not a commercial tourist restaurant and you will find Vietnamese people eating here as well...More
We ordered 4 dishes. 2 of them were served quickly. But we had to wait so long for 3rd dish around 20 minutes even after we told them again one of our dishes didn't come. After another 20 minutes, we decided to cancel our order....More
This was our last day in Vietnam after 2 week and was our worst food experience. We went to this restaurant as part of a private individual food safari tour, food was ordered for us. We had pork ribs with lemongrass very average, Vietnamese Pancakes...More
A terrace restaurant with an English menu and service is friendly ... go with the traditional Vietnamese soups followed by sea food. All the food is very high quality but reasonably priced enjoy