Kim has a fascinating life story, which is printed in the front of her menu. This restaurant was recommended by so many people on the island we just had to go there and when we arrived we were so surprised at how rustic it was...we really didnt know what to expect.
Now I usually would never order a stir fry vegetables but I did - and it was like none I had ever eaten...the tofu was yum...and I dont know what magic Kim put in that dish but it was so unusual - I loved it.
Her food is a fusion of Japanese and Vietnamese. I would go there for lunch if I were you. By the way, she buys great wine from another wonderful, Vietnamese home-style restauranteur Thuy, and it is pretty good considering the rest of the wine in the country is so lousy!