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If there is anything to conclude about Vietnamese food, it can only be the "unpredictable diversity". Each region- North, Central and South has something to be proud of. The influence of Chinese and French culture during colonial time adds more to the vibrant scenes of gastronomy. It is hard to describe and compare the specific features of cuisines from each region as there is more than a capital of food in Vietnam. While Hanoi offers some authentic and original food experience, Hue boasts about its royal trait and Ho Chi Minh City is proud that it is the most inclusive place when it comes to dining. You will have to discover it yourself, visit Quan Bui restaurants and decide which one you like…
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The food was really fresh and tasty. Pomelo salad was incredibly tasty, as was beef salad with aubergine and kumquat. Roasted chicken skin wasn’t quite what we expected, but was tasty. Staff were friendly and welcoming, and happy to discuss the food in English. The...More
Second time here was better than the first time. Springroll plate is a treat. Although crowded with expats, the second course is served before the first plate has been finished. This is nearly 'fast food'.
The beef and chicken on lemongrass is good but standard...More
Our family (3 of us) had a dinner at Quan Bui Garden Thao Dien, our neighbourhood. The food was delicious and the service was good. However, we encountered two things that will need the managent to improve:
- The morning after we dined at this...More
Great menu choice and the food we had was excellent- mostly Vietnamese but definitely something for everyone. The surprise deserts included apple crumble, and a sticky toffee pudding that didn't match the description, though was ok.
All in all very good and reasonably priced.