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“Great place to warm up”

Sapa Rooms Boutique Hotel Restaurant
Price range: $1 - $10
Cuisines: Vietnamese
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Good for: Special occasions, Local cuisine, Romantic, Families with children
Dining options: Lunch, Late Night, Breakfast, Dinner, Outdoor Seating, Reservations
Description: We take care to ensure our food is a memorable part of your vacationOpen daily 6:30am - 10:30pmFrom our trees to your tables, from Sapa's organic vegetable and fruit gardens, we create mouth watering home cooked Vietnamese delights and fusion cuisine. Vegetarians are lovingly accommodated.Consider joining our daily cooking classSapa Rooms boutique hotel Restaurant is a community focused hotel restaurant established by it's Australian owner to assist the local ethnic minority people who inhabit the Sapa region. We encourage our guests and restaurant customers to assist with our numerous community projects when they stay or dine in our lovely relaxed boutique hotel restaurant because we believe our business has a responsibility to give back to the local community. Our staff team comprises local ethnic minority people and disadvantaged youth who have been trained in the hotel's training program. All our chefs have been thoroughly trained at KOTO the school for disadvantage youth, in Hanoi. Our restaurant has an extensive international wine list, local Vietnamese and fusion international dishes, organic produce and many vegetarian options on the menu. The Australian owner comes from a chefs background so guarantee you will enjoy the food his enthusiastic team serves up each day. Home made ice cream, freshly baked cakes and real coffee is just the beginning. Every piece of art in Sapa Rooms boutique hotel tells a story, we have hand crafted each piece as well as sourced all the materials locally by trekking into the jungle to trade with the ethnic minority people. We think socially aligned sourcing is a step in the right direction for positive change. We look forward to welcoming you to Sapa Rooms.
Reviewed September 6, 2013 via mobile

We mostly sampled the coffee and drink list here, and all were delish. Also just hung out and played some games while it was raining. Overall a great corner stop near the market.

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Thank jjjessicaaa
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Reviewed August 4, 2013

Between my partner and I we have almost tried everything on the menu and it was ALL amazing. The French toast and filled baguettes were our favourites. The big Tiger beers were only 25,000D which is pretty cheap. The staff are friendly and it is a nice place to chill out.

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1  Thank Megz92
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Reviewed July 24, 2013 via mobile

Breakfast here offers a delicious alternative to the norm: nut baked warm banana bread with homemade passion fruit jam which was scrummy. Coffee lovers will love the LavAzza coffee here too. Chilled out atmosphere with games to amuse yourself. Helpful and polite staff.

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Thank Ldec_94
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Reviewed July 22, 2013

Obviously, Sapa Rooms has lost a chef or changed hands, because the food we experienced tonight was completely inedible.

We were originally drawn in by both the reviews on Tripadvisor and the bohemian and stylish ambience. Our first alarm bells started ringing when we saw the meager display of Saran-wrapped, sweaty "cakes" which consisted mostly of sad slices of banana bread. More alarm bells started when almost all the items on the menu were "unavailable". The only dessert available on their desert menu was apple passionfruit crumble. Most people are aware that a crumble is simply fruit topped with flour, butter, sugar, and some nuts, then baked. Most people able to use google would also easily be able to determine this. Unfortunately, this was beyond the culinary ability of Sapa Rooms. I was presented with a handful of soggy, boiled apple slices strewn with the crumbs and powdered remains of what was once some kind of almond cookie. The passion fruit aspect of the desert was half an unripe fruit placed beside the bizarre interpretation of crumble. The ice cream (chocolate, since they had run out of vanilla), had the strangely crunchy consistency of ice cream which has been thawed, then refrozen, in the back of your freezer for six months. Yes, there were crumbles. Yes, there were apples. Yes, there was passionfruit. Was this a passionfruit apple crumble? Sadly, no.

To the owners of Sapa Rooms, I sincerely encourage you to take on some quality control and use the vast resources of the Internet to help you differentiate between food and folly.

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1  Thank francestg
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Reviewed May 26, 2013

we had cakes and coffee there in the afternoon - this was a quiet and friendly place to stay
service is really great and all home made

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2  Thank cathchris75
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