Having eaten the local fare (exclusively) for the better part of 2 weeks, I wanted to find a place where I could enjoy and treat myself to a Negroni and a good quality steak.
New York-ish in style, the dining area is long and narrow and split over two levels, with a bar at the back. The seating is very comfortable, the lighting is low, and there is lots of dark timber and leather to set a nice ambience.
Service is of a very high standard, with friendly and attentative staff - all of whom have sound English.
Food was great! Bread was served warm and fresh, and the general menu selection was ample in choice, but not overwhelming.
Prices are definitely not 'Vietnamese' - so expext yo pay western prices. All in all, I really enjoyed dining at Jacksons and would highly recommend.
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