We visited the restaurant twice this week . The staff is polite and courteous tho they failed to make out i was repeating 'my first experience of vietnamese cuisine' within a week. The portion size is very good.The prices r reasonable by comparison with other similar places.There were many south east asians so i think the food must b authentic. Anyway for me ,the food tasted very good .
Order lou (steamboat soup) only if u r a very patient person. It is cooked on the flame under the steamboat dish ,on a nearby table after showing u the raw ingredients - rather like 'Birbal ki khichri',and after half n hr u start regretting why u ordered it. Strangely it was lukewarm when served . Better to cook it in the kitchen in 5 minutes and bring it piping hot. Meanwhile u r served fried saltless vietnamese 'papad' nonstop . On the 2nd occassion we were also served salad -once. The salad comprises of TWO tiny 1cm x0.5cm cubes of something ,maybe cucumber & carrot.
The mains & grills were all excellent. The lamb chops in gravy ,& grilled basa were excellent. The noodles with lamb gravy on top is a meal in itself . The waiter did try to tell me that they wont go with the flavours of the main dishes . I realized that later that u need sticky rice to enjoy the flavours of the dishes properly.
The round tables r not waiter friendly. The wine glasses and the orchid restrict ur view especialy in the dim lights and u keep moving them both to hold a conversation with the person sitting opposite. The restaurant has a very international feel. Wish the waiters could pronouce the names of the dishes .
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