Delicious food, very French with a Vietnamese accent. Stylish interior and good service. The chef is from Normandy, which means it is possible to finish the meal with a proper Calvados, thank you for that! Best non-vietnamese food I have ever had in Vietnam (have been here for 2 months total, and dined at a handful high-end restaurants). Fantastic desserts, especially the Crêpe Suzette (pancake). The Crème Brûlée a little on the heavy side, but the most original serving I have ever seen (see pictures). We had a Margeaux Paveil de Luze 2007 - expensive and good. The wine was perfectly balanced against the duck, the red meat and the goat cheese we started with.
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