A westerner gave us a flier for this restaurant, so we naively assumed that it wouldn't be too bad. It turned out to be the worst experience in Hoi An. We ordered a pasta dish, which was horrendously overpriced for Vietnam, though we figured if they had the audacity to charge that much, then it must be good. However it came out as some soggy pasta pieces in a buttery pool of milk, with little bits of onion floating on top. It literally looked, smelled and tasted like vomit. When we politely pointed out to the waitress that we didn't like the meal, we were rudely told that 'a lot of people like it'. Then we said we didn't want it and asked for the bill, and she charged us for it anyway. If you don't know how to cook a dish, don't offer it on your menu. Avoid this place at all costs. The people are rude, the place is filthy dirty and it all seems a bit dodgy. It seems like a nice place because of the view and the lanterns, but I'd rather eat out of a Vietnamese sewer than eat in this place again. The waitress also attempted to sell us trinkets while we were sitting down. Don't go here. Ever.
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