We got the name and directions to the restaurant from one of the staff at a local suit store. It is halfway down the alley in the middle of the block at 71 Phan Chu Trinh (beside a store that sells status made from wood blocks with a friendly artisan). The restaurant appears to be court-yard of a residence.
I'm a carnivore but enjoy the occasional vegan meal especially when local dishes using "meat substitutes" - usually soy/tofu. For dinner I had a Cau Lo and spring rolls from the menu of 4 items (Com Ga & Mi Quang which are local dishes). I think the three of us had dinner for 90,000 VND. Buffet is 30,000 VND.
The next day, I just selected items from the "buffet". The staff basically do not speak English and items on the buffet were not identified. See photo of the buffet offering. The only issue is that the buffet is not on a steam table that we're accustom to in North America. So some of might find the food tepid, they did not understand when one of us ask if they had a microwave to re-heat the food from the buffet. However, I found the food was tasty as is and we never got an upset stomach.
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