Just at the end of Dong Du, this small and unassuming restaurant looks along the strip of eclectic and sometimes flashy eateries that line this city centre street. The plain interior is more like a cafe than a restaurant, but that's the style of many places here in Vietnam, and India, of course. The proprietors are friendly and attentive and enjoyed having our three children eat there also.
Food was good by Saigon standards, and is rated by many of our Indian friends as the best in town. A huge menu is usefully organised into region and style. We had the set thali lunches, both vegetarian and non-veg, and also some baingan bharta, bindi masala, prawn vindaloo and piles of rice, naan, chapati and papadam. The dishes were adjusted for our spice averse 11 year old and our chilli addict 16 year old and we washed the lot down with rich mango lassis and fresh lime juice.
For under US$10 a head, you can't complain. Good quality, fresh ingredients, enough to stuff three growing boys. The vote was that this was the best yet in Vietnam, and we've tried a few.
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