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First Review by mfalgas

Nice local vegan cafe - Edit

We tried the mushrooms in batter - gorgeous! Also a couple of noodle dishes and a tofu dish.
One of us had the rice platter which was only 15k dong and had several kinds of veg and tofu on top - a meal in itself really.
Great value meal. Pleasant cafe with bamboo tables and chairs.

Pros: Value!


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Authentic local vegetarian food and great value - Edit

A great authentic Vietnamese Vegetarian restaurant that is a step up from a lot of the other local places as it has wooden chairs and tables (instead of the usual plastic chairs or stalls). Also offers a wider selection of dishes then most, along with pictures and English descriptions.

There are plenty of delicious mock meat options and no MSG (my local friend asked them). I highly recommend the mock pork skewers (so convincing that my meat-eating boyfriend loves them); and the 'com hen' (a vegan version of a popular rice dish with baby clams) which is an absolute bargain at just 20,000 ($1) for a big bowl that’s full of flavor. I particularly like the brown paste in the 'com hen' which tastes a lot like vegemite/marmite!

The ladies who work there/run it speak very little English, but you can just point at what you want on the menu which is in English. Service can sometimes seem a bit gruff and it can be hard to get a smile out of the usual lady who takes your order, until, that is, she brings your food over and you show appreciation, then she will grace you with a beautiful smile! It’s a bit lacking in atmosphere, but it’s an authentic, local experience that’s rarely packed full of backpackers (unlike the more well-known Ngoc Chi).

Pros: Great food, English Menu, Good variety of dishes on offer

Cons: Staff don't speak English, Staff can be a bit gruff


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Weird English in menu - Edit

It was a bit hard to order as the menu translations were often quite bizarre. We ended up getting crispy noodles and some kind of bread and mushroom curry. Decent food but there's better in the area.


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not vegan but authentic - Edit

Unfortunately, this restaurant is not vegan: On the menue they write it is a "vegetarian restaurant" and our spring rolls had a butter taste. But it is vegetarian and the food was good. There were only locals, the place is very authentic sbd not touridtic at all. As a consequence, the waitress did not speak one word in english, so we had to communicate with hands and photos. But they were friendly and the menue is translated in english.

Pros: nice authentic atmosphere, variety

Cons: not vegan, no english, not very clean


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Nice quiet place - Edit

I found this restaurant just walking down the street and I liked the place. It is family-run, they speak some English and the menu is bilingual. They staff is friendly. The menu has quite a lot of options. We had crispy noodles and fried spaghetti, very tasty. The tables and chairs are typically Vietnamese.

Pros: Friendly staff, Variety of dishes


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