After 3 months in Taiwan on noodles and one week in Vietnam on local cuisine, the memory cravings were overcome by a very enjoyable Italian restaurant near the Caravelle in Saigon. Never saw the Italian chef to congratulate him, but then his staff were up to the mark regards: cooking, service and friendliness. Like many establishments in this old part of town, it's a warren of stairs and alcoves, (3 floors I think in this case). Decor was intimate, cleanliness first class and obviously popular as it filled up fast. Prices not too high, considering the experience. Puglia wine excellent. Bravo.
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