I came upon this place one evening in Munich. It's fairly unassuming from the outside, a long, narrow restaurant between Isartor and the Deutsches Museum. Upon entering I was given a very warm welcome by the English speaking woman who was serving and shown to a well presented window table and given an English menu.
I ordered Goi Cuon Bo (Summer rolls) as an appetiser, which were excellent. As a main course I had a green Vit Curry (duck) which was also very nice, fresh tasting and spicy but not overpowering. Portions of both dishes were generous.
The service in the restaurant was extremely friendly and just attentive enough without being intrusive.
This is a place that's fairly easy to overlook as there are a lot of restaurants on this street however I'd highly recommend it and will certainly go back.
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