A French meal eaten in Vietnam, the foie gras in it is very good, and the steak is also delicious, the steak is very big, the noodles are so-so, not particularly delicious, and sticky.
Cost-effective French meal, the waiters were very polite and the introductions were all professional, tried baked escargot, foie gras, etc. The products were exquisite, the cheese sauce was very thick, the duck meat was very tender, and the dessert was tiramisu. The taste is a bit bitter, and I don't like sweet and greasy things. Very good restaurant.
The dining area of this western restaurant is very diverse, the most distinctive is the outdoor area. Sitting next to the pool is very comfortable. Whether it is pre-dinner bread, appetizer, main course or dessert, there is a certain level. Although the ingredients of onion soup and lobster soup are simple, the aroma comes out on the table and the taste is strong.
It is cost-effective to eat French food in Vietnam, and the environment is warm. I personally like goat cheese. The foie gras is a bit too oily. The cod is tender and smooth. The steak is charred on the outside and tender on the inside. The chef has a deep skill. The wine is average.
It feels like eating in a French home, the atmosphere is great