• Lúa Cuisine

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Serves meat, vegan options available. Vietnamese restaurant with a separate vegan menu. Open Tue-Thu 11:30-22:00, Fri 11:30-23:00, Sat 12:00-23:00, Sun 12:00-22:00. Closed Mon.

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6 Reviews

First Review by montecelio


Points +58

27 Sep 2022

Quality cuisine

Very nice vegan main dishes and also a couple of starters. The menu has a full vegan/vegetarian section, but unfortunately it does not indicate which dishes are vegetarian and which are vegan. However, you can ask the staff and they are super helpful. The food quality is outstanding.

Pros: Lots of vegan options , Helpful staff

Cons: Menu could be clearer regarding vegan/vegetarian



Points +40

10 Aug 2022

Fresh and tasty! Some vegan options.

Nice restaurant and friendly service!

Pros: Vegan options, Fresh, Fair prices

Cons: Not many vegan options


Points +784

09 Apr 2022

Not up to expectations

I had fried spring rolls and bun with tofu. It was kind of average and nothing special. There are other Vietnamese restaurants which just can do it better, especially concerning the price point (I know, it is Frankfurt after all).
Staff was friendly and the interior is nice, tho

Pros: Large vegan variety, Nice and clean restaurant

Cons: Pricy, Food is average


Points +3833

16 Nov 2021

very delicious vietnamese

many vegan options, nice place and friendly service


Points +1092

24 Aug 2021

Vietnamese Food

Very delicious vietnamese restaurant with a extra card for vegan options.

Updated from previous review on 2021-08-24

Pros: Extra card for vegan options, Nice atmosphere, Not too pricey for FFM


Points +100

31 Jul 2018

Vegan-friendly Vietnamese

The Vietnamese restaurant offers meat, poultry and fish dishes as well as vegan dishes, which are listed separately on the menu (starters and main courses). Vegan desserts are also available.
The spring rolls (Cha Gio Chay) are crispy, delicious and not ordinary. The tofu stewed in the clay pot is served in a rather spicy caramel sauce (Dau Hu Kho To); also very tasty. The separately served vegetables did not meet my preferences. The mung bean rice cake (Xoi Vi Dau Xanh) is optically (green) and regarding consistency a little bit strange but with the added warm coconut milk an interesting conclusion. It is offered as vegan without the vanilla ice. The restaurant cooks glutamate-free.

Pros: Delicious food

Cons: Also dishes from animals

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