As everyone has said, this is down a very busy alley, but worth seeking out. I had the caramel chicken which had a wonderful flavor to it. Definitely worth a stop if you are in the area.
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The food here was incredible, I was actually looking for Nook Cafe up the street a little but they were closed so I found Nina's and I'm so glad I did. I got the Nina special....kimchi fried rice, stir fry beef & veg, salad and...More
It's for white people. The banh khoai wasn't crispy and had baby shrimp instead of a real sized prawn. It MUST be crispy or else it's not worth it. The nem lui ground pork wasn't seasoned right and wasn't cooked all the way through. It...More
Was planning on going to Nook cafe but walked past and found it under refurbishment. Sign suggested to go to Nina's and I'd also found it on trip advisor myself as another option. Nina's was great though. We ate fried veg spring rolls, veg pho...More
There are many recommendations for Nina's on Trip Advisor, we went along on the basis of these and were not disappointed. The staff are friendly and attentive (it helps to have a couple of cute kids, in Vietnam generally....), the food is simple and really,...More