My company had an excellent lunch here. The staffs are friendly and professional. Thank you very much!
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I have been here 2 times. The first time I tried a lot of Western food and there's nothing special. But if you wanna try Vietnamese cuisine, this place is highly recommended.
The restaurant is operated by the Red Dzao people. The building is done in their traditional style with the designs and motifs so important in their culture. The staff is all smiles and graciousness to the Vietnamese and foreign guests. In my short four days...More
The rsstaurant caters mainly to tourists bus. The wait staff did not seem enough, we had to wait 15 min before someone came to take our order. The food felt like a cafeteria food. We ordered deep fried egg rolls( cha gio),out of the 8...More
We were first taken here for lunch by our tour guide and were so impressed with the food that we returned for dinner the next day. Each time the food was excellent, varied and very good value. Highly recommended.
We went here today, the food was alright, nothing to shout about. However I think its a little bit too expensive for its standard. We had the local menu, which is the one they dont show you by default. Steamed pork(bit too tough) the redeeming...More
We were there with friends and family, a group of more than 20 person, We had good food there, the food was tasty and the place is very cozy.
We ordered the beef hotpot for 2 which was so huge it could have fed 3! the waiter was very helpful and showed us how to cook everything using the portable gas ring on our table. Very lovely!
Food was reasonable. It felt like a tourist trap. Ambiance when we went was poor as there were a lot of guests and people were waiting far too long to table. I think there are other better eateries elsewhere close by.
Nice place with a beautitul room all in wood. Service and choice are ok. The server wear traditionnal clothes, which is giving a good ambiance.