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All reviews spring rolls duck crispy noodles green papaya salad hot pot soup pancakes curry pizza cooking class her husband lovely lady cau lao great little place amazing food during our stay cold beer
We like to eat in as many restaurants as possible and repeat visits only for the best. But we ate here four times in our ten day stay in Hoi An and each time there were others making a return visit. Thuy and “her husband”...More
A very basic café, with cheap fusion style food. My eight years old wholly recommends the pizza, even though they use bacon instead of pepperoni, and the Beer Saigon's only VMD15,000.
But beware, check your bill before you leave!!
Highly recommended restaurant, I have been eating here at least once a day for last few days.
Every time I get surprised by the spices and ingredients that inside the food
5 stars, definitely will return for more
When we walked into the restaurant we were warmly welcomed by Tui, one of the nicest ladies you can imagine. The food in her place was sooo good that we decided to do a cooking class with her. The day included the market, a boat...More
Visited this little place after arriving late from Hanoi. Very friendly people with quick service. The owners both waited on tables and cooked the meals.
Food was amazing - party of 7 so we tried a range of local specialities. All well received but it...More
Went to cookingclass today, amazing food and very varm and welcoming people. We went to the marked, to the river in a basketboat, made the food ourself and enjoyed it afterwards. Amazing!! A very good experience!
Brutal. I came in ordered a water and waited 15 minutes for the server to come back for my order. She kept walking by and ignoring me while serving all the locals while ignoring the 2 “Farang” in the restaurant.
I decided to eat at Moon Night as a vegetarian. Therefore I can only speak about veggie stuff.
The menu for vegetarians is truly excellent with a great choice. A Lot of places will put together a couple of things for veggies. However, this has...More
I paid 420K dong for the vegetarian course making spring rolls, deep fried aubergines in hot sauce and a mixed vegetable and tofu curry. Price included a drink at the morning market and a large bottle of water with my meal.
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