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First Review by raphalla

Reasonable price, tea is included. - Edit

They offer a vegan buffet, but have an english written menu for tourists. No english is spoken there. We paid for a plate with fried rice, vegetables and touf 30.000 VND, a soup and tea was included. MSG is used.

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loved the soups! - Edit

We ate there several times and tried a range of different dishes. We didn't like the rice + buffet that much because it was served cold. However, we loved their Pho soup and the Bun Hue soup was also very delicious.

Staff doesn't speak English but there's a tourist menu in English where everything is 5000 dong more expensive than if you just point out any dish at the Vietnamese menu on the wall behind the counter.

If you're self-catering you can stock up on various vegan pastes, mockmeats and cookies here.

Pros: free tea, great Pho soup, cheap

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Bring your pen and paper! - Edit

The main course tends to be very heavy tasted (too much msg i guess). The 'wanton' soup was very oily.
"Bah Bao" is something like the chinese bun.
The staff speak very little English although they have an English menu. Bring a pen and paper so that you could ask them to write down how much you should pay.
This is a place to cater the local Buddhist so it is kind of dirt cheap.

Pros: English Menu, Cheap, Heavy Taste

Cons: Cleanliness

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