Centrally located, the restaurant looks like it needs a bit of an uplift for the walls are bare. We sat downstairs and felt a little bit like we were in an East London cafe, on a table by the wall with the staff doing the cutlery polishing on the table behind.
Boyfriend had the pork in clay pot which he enjoyed but not the best we've tried in Vietnam. I had the roast pork with apple (although tasted more like tropical fruits) and would say it was rather average with over cooked French fries and would recommend you choose Vietnamese rather than western food from the menu.
Good for a cheap eat and light snack but would like to see them do better.
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