Bit Tet is definitely worth seeking out. It's 51 Hang Buom, at the end of a very long corridor, so keep an eye out for it.
The food is a cross between French bistro and Vietnamese street food and is so good - an array of steak, chicken, prawns and crab dishes with a variety of sauces including gravy and spicy curry. The chips are heavenly and help soak up the sauce, as does the hunks of baguette that you can get on the side. The pate is excellent too. We went twice and thoroughly enjoyed the food each time, and it's all very easy on the wallet.
The restaurant is more like a cafe, quite basic but comfortable and pleasant. The staff are very smiley and friendly, they don't speak much English but when you sit down they give you a list of the dishes available with the menu where you can mark down which dishes you want and the amount. A great idea as it prevents any misunderstandings or communication issues.
It's open 5-9pm daily, so if you are going out of your way to visit the restaurant, do keep these opening hours in mind.
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