A little off the beaten track, this is the sort of typical 'com chay' place you will find everywhere in Vietnam except Hanoi. I had com dia (30,000d)- fairly greasy, which is a good thing in my book, but a bit bland (no peppers anywhere). Tea tasted like dust.
Contrary to the description of this place, there was no brown rice present, and far from closing early, I was told they are open 7 days a week from 7am until 8:30pm.
They are affiliated with the "Supreme Master" and play her karaoke videos while you eat.
The directions in the description are quite vague, so: Head south on Le Duan, past the railroad tracks. Turn right in Ngo Van Chuong alley, which is after #114 on Le Duan. Follow the alley to the street market and high school, and turn left down Ngo Van Chuong.Pros: cheap for Hanoi, greasy
Cons: far from tourist-land, Supreme Master karaoke TV