Bien Tinh Thuong - Loving Hut

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380 Le Van Hien, Da Nang, Vietnam

An extension of the Loving Hut vegan restaurants inspired by Supreme Master Ching Hai. Serves vegan food, non-alcoholic beverages, and desserts. Sells some packaged mock meats, cooking sauces, and cookies. English menu with pictures is available. Casual. Open Mon-Sun 6:00am-10:00pm.

Categories: Vegan, Take-out, Vietnamese

11 Reviews

First Review by brummkeks

Bad info - Edit

Not there anymore or not open
Not marked clearly.

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Excellent food, friendly service. - Edit

While I agree with a previous review about the location being noisy and the restaurant not super clean, my family and I had a wonderful experience. The people running the restaurant were very friendly and inviting, and enjoyed goofing around with my five year old daughter. We ordered a few dishes, including beef noodle soup and spring rolls, and were pleased with all. The complimentary tea is a nice touch. Since it's not in a pedestrian-friendly location, I would recommend checking out Loving Hut by taxi or motorbike. It was raining when we left and the owner called us a taxi. Highly recommended.

Pros: Food, Friendly owners, Price

Cons: Location (a bit busy and noisy)

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Keep coming back ! - Edit

The dishes here are cheap, yet not savage at all. The whole process of cleaning and cooking is carried out in front of the guests, so that we are able to know the high hygiene of this restaurant. My Quang, banh xeo and com chay seems to be the most popular dishes, as they do not give the vibe of vegetarian food. People can also choose among kinds of sauce, like fish sauce, soy sauce or chao.
I shared a list of 9 vegan restaurants in Da Nang: http://danangcooking.com/top-9-vegetarian-restaurants-in-da-nang/

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Good food - Edit

Good food, but dirty inside. I am not that picky, but this place was not very clean! Located on a busy road, so it was hard for me to ride my bike there. Enjoyed the noodle soup and tried one of the coconut cakes they have for sale. Would go again, but hope they clean a little (actually a lot) : )

Pros: vegan, taste, small vegan cakes for sale

Cons: dirty, busy road for biking

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Low-cost filling food! - Edit

We had a huge meal at the Loving Hut. Vegan Pho is only 15k dong and other mains 25k dong.
Fried noodles, spring rolls and tofu parcels were all good.
A few dishes and drinks weren't available but maybe sold out during the day.
It is a basic looking cafe used by local people, not aimed at tourists. Staff don't speak much English but want to help and the menu has English subtitles and photos.

Pros: all vegan!

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Excellent place with vegan creamer - Edit

Lovely Place. The let a vegan get food after hours. Taste is amazing.

Pros: Friendly, Food, Cheap

Cons: Interior could improve

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Cheap and tasty - Edit

While the interior is certainly modest, the food is not. We ate lots of great dishes here, all very tasty. If you have the chance, try their chilled coconut drink.

Pros: Inexpensive, Great staff

Cons: Far from the center

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Make sure you go early - Edit

Important to note, it seems the restaurant closes at 7:30pm not 10pm. None of the staff speak English so it was hard to confirm if that's every night or just when we went (Sunday). We arrived at 7:35pm and although they were obviously packing up and no one else was in the restaurant they still served us. However, we could only choose from a few items on the menu. The noodle soup we had was good, but the rice & vege dish wasn't. I think that's because we were so late and they only had limited items to give us and they weren't hot anymore or particularly fresh. We're going to go again earlier so we can try some of the other menu items!

Edit: we went back at lunch and it was much better! Could choose from anything on the menu. We ordered a few different things and it was a tasty meal.

Updated from previous review on Sunday November 22, 2015

Pros: Beach side of the river, Friendly, All vegan

Cons: Cold food with rice, Seems to close early

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Nice Staff, Nice Meal - Edit

From this Loving Hut's basic menu, one can easily arrange a delicious and filling meal at very low cost. Crispy tofu pancakes cost 25,000 VND in December, 2013, and a bowl of "beef" pho cost only 15,000 VND. The staff doesn't speak much English, but they're very understanding and helpful, freshening your complimentary pitcher of tea without prompting. The street is a little noisy out front, but that doesn't detract much from the pleasant, relaxed atmosphere.

Pros: good value, friendly staff, tasty food

Cons: somewhat noisy

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Honest staff - Edit

My family and I dined at this Loving Hut restaurant in Danang about a week ago. The food was not bad - large servings, especially the spring rolls. They have a fabulous range of vegan products for sale - I bought four mock meats to bring home and try. As we were getting into a taxi to take us back to our hotel, one of the staff ran up to us to return my husband's tablet (valuable but also containing all of our photos and travel itinerary) which he had accidentally left at our table. We were so relieved and so grateful to find someone so honest.

Pros: Large serving sizes, Honest, English menu

Cons: No English spoken, Flavours were mediocre, Loud TV noise

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friendly, cheap & delicious! - Edit

We went there twice and tried half of the menu. All was very good and came in sufficient portions. We particularly liked their Pho (noodle soup) and the crispy noodles with stir fried vegetables. Though the staff doesn't speak English they were very friendly and always tried to understand us.

It's very close to Hoa's place which makes it a good and cheap option for veg*s staying there.

Pros: cheap, delicious food & free (cold) tea, sufficient portions

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