We ordered many different dishes, some of which tasted great and some were so-so (such as Vietnamese pancakes, lemongrass beef). But the restaurant is very spacious and comfortable. The waiters are very nice, they always serve us with smiles, very helpful and very welcoming.
The restaurant is very advanced and very leisurely. The waiters are very eye-friendly. The service is very professional. The seat is also very elegant. The salmon is done well. It is not very greasy. The meal is very fragrant. The whole pot is more creative. But the location is not very easy to find. It takes time.
Very interesting shop, surrounded by restaurants opened in similar old houses. The exterior looks very contemporary. The things are characteristic Vietnamese dishes and some localized French classic dishes. It is a good place to taste Vietnam.
To eat authentic Chinese food to come here, belongs to the high-grade high-spectrum, inside has beef beat side stove, taste good, seasoning many kinds, many things are imported from China, hometown taste oh.
This place was tremendous. Two colleagues and i came here after reading reviews and realizing it''s close to the Sheraton.
This restaurant is set in a pleasant courtyard with indoor and outdoor seating. We Ate here on a recommendation with our 2 teenage girls and didn't know what to expect but the food was pretty good. Mixed starters contained mostly seafood and the mains were ok with a hotpot that you cooked at the table (like a fondue) and a great demo from the waiting staff as to how to roll the rice paper, meat & salad into pancakes. The staff here were really nice & the meal was fine but didn't really hit the spot for us as the menu was quite seafood based. Good atmosphere though and good choice of drinks and desserts.
The local friends took it to eat, it was really good, the dishes looked exquisite, and the ingredients were very fresh to eat, a good experience
Elegant environment, medium consumption, [taste] good, authentic and clean