This is a Vietnamese restaurant that branched later to include Indian cuisine on their menu. I haven't yet had dinner from the Indian list yet, since it's not available on every evening, but I eat from their pretty good combined lunch buffet often. I have had large dinners there many times, both vegan and seafood dishes. They have a huge variety of vegan food. Their style of cooking is very different from any "Vietnamese" place I've tried in Finland. This is not generic quasi-Chinese with a twist, this is Vietnamese food. A lot of ginger, lemongrass and other strong flavours in simple combinations with clear broths and not sticky sauces.
Their seafood hot-pot is very good.
Unfortunately this place happened to open during large-scale and ongoing construction work in the city centre. It is very easy to reach (just a few steps from the railway station), but the main flow of people is a bit diverted from this usually busy place. It does not bode well for a young restaurant. I hope they manage to stay afloat.
They have also karaoke evenings, which I hear are very popular, and you can order their bar snacks (like raw spring rolls, huge things) and drinks from a very extensive list.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.