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First Review by Atomicpen

Good - Edit

Nice staff, one spoke english, clean tables, had mock meat, mock fish, vegetables and soup, all good.
We thought the Hoa Sen the evening before was tastier, bit more flavored and spicier (but more expensive).

Try avoiding going to the restrooms
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Cheap and Cheerful - Edit

This place is very popular with the locals and both times we ate here there was a good crowd.
They offer a variety of soups and pho, as well as some mock meats and other dishes.
Everything we tasted was good, although the standard curry from the big pot was a little bland. The mock fish was especially delicious.
It is a very cheap eatery and good value for money, with a plate full of food usually costing around 25k to 30k vnd.
Not a lot of English is spoken but that wasn't really a problem.
There is also alcohol, shakes and smoothies available at reasonable prices.
The one drawback at night, is the very loud music coming from the bar across the road, but the locals don't seem to notice.
Overall, well worth a visit.

Pros: friendly, helpful staff, very cheap, plenty of room

Cons: loud music from bar across the street


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Helpful staff, lots of locals - Edit

We had fried and fresh springrolls, rice, vegetable soup, Tofu with tomato, some vegetables and a barbecue style soya sauce. Everything was tasty. Even some buddist monks had their dinner here.
Updated from previous review on Tuesday November 04, 2014

Pros: Broken english speaking staff, big buffet, lots of soups

Cons: no english menu


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Hearty cheap food, usual eatery style - Edit

This is a no-frills, locals vegetarian eatery. The food was good, a few options including rice and buffet veg/tofus (a lot of mock meats), noodle soups, potato soups etc. No yoghurt around as stated before, though maybe just not available in the evening.

We ate a curry soup, one with a baguette and one with a generous plate of rice (VND 45000 total).

Staff were super friendly, and very helpful. They spoke a little English, there is no English menu, but it's not a problem because you can point at what you want to eat and they'll serve it up.

The neighbouring club opposite had a very loud DJ with some heavy beats going on in the eatery, which made a strange atmosphere!

Pros: Friendly staff, Cheap food

Cons: No English menu


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