Very typical Vietnamese restaurant, recommend soft shell crabs, spring rolls, prawns, traditional dance performances, good.
Located at the end of Dongkhoi beside the Saigon River, the restaurant is built in a Chinese pavilion style. The environment is very beautiful, and the interior decoration is based on the theme of traditional half-open lotus, which is very emotional. There are folk song and dance performances at night, and the atmosphere is good. The signature dish is fresh shrimp spring rolls, sugarcane shrimp wrapped in sugarcane and grilled on sugarcane, asparagus stewed in a ceramic bowl with chicken fried rice. The taste is not bad. It's worth trying.
In the very center of Ho Chi Minh City, there are bands and dance performances in the evening. From the dishes and the quality of the waiters, it is indeed the top restaurant in Ho Chi Minh. Many Japanese also like to eat Western food and drink red wine here.
It is highly recommended that there are western music and local dance performances. The music-savvy companions said that the quality is very high. I recommend the yuzu rice here. In fact, I don’t know how to say that a fresh yuzu also has special spices and chicken yuzu meat, especially fresh chicken. Very Vietnamese flavor and the sugar cane-wrapped meat in the snack platter costs 200 RMB per person
Maxim's dishes are really well-deserved. The absolute top-grade spring rolls of Vietnamese cuisine. The aroma of pressed sugarcane grilled shrimp is full. Try it yourself. The result is not as good as the grapefruit salad that was made in college. The combination of peanuts and mint with shrimp is rich in taste. The taste of a bite of the thigh is full of satisfaction. It comes from the heart. The sour and hotness of the Thai pepper and the black pepper honey makes the sweetness of the crab play to the extreme. The sour soup is made with chicken and shrimp. The soup is mixed with tomatoes, vegetables and seasonings. Fragrant aftertaste and leisurely good value for money praise [coffee]
The taste is great, it's just a little expensive...hehehe