We visited it as it was recommended by Lonely Planet. My outdated copy rated it as $, but it is no longer so now that it has a new management. Nine of us had the lunch buffet. The local students in our group enjoyed the bbq prawns, ribs, squid, oysters and snails. It was an opportunity for us visitors to sample local Vietnamese cuisine such as steamed rice crepe and bun cha. There were other hot dishes but they were ordinary. An American tour group showed up and there was insufficient items on the dessert and fruit table. In fact, you don't miss anything if you didn't get to eat them. The restaurant has great ambience, but the food is nothing to write home about.
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