The restaurant served almost whatever that you would deram of having, when travelling away from home to a non-Muslim-majority country. The nasi goreng was nice, almost similar like the ones back in Malaysia. They provided the Vietnamese tea for free to the guests (but not to our liking). We had lunch and dinner here, and everytime we're there, the restaurant was full, with Malaysians. The mosque is also just across the street. Very convenient.
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