27 Reviews

First Review by LouisaW

Surprisingly good - Edit

I went there after not finding the food I wanted in two other restaurants.
The food was good. They have a vegetarian menu

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Not that special - Edit

We ordered tofu in tomato sauce and noodles with vegetables. Both were not that special and were quite simple. Noodles had a weird sauce over it which didnt taste good. Would skip this place and go to Jalus instead.

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Delicious Vegan Food - Edit

A really cozy restaurant with some delicious vegan options, also serves meat however the veggie options are clearly marked in the menu. We both had the tofu rice vermicelli bowls and they were incredibly tasty. Pretty affordable too at 45,000 for a meal. Would recommend!

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Okay vietnamese food - Edit

We had the vegan pho which was a bit too sweet for me (and questionable soy sauce on table) and I thought it needed herbs which the dish was completely lacking. The vermicellli noodles were good though, but the spring rolls were just ok. Overall good and would come back to try something else (or the noodles again).

Pros: Vegetarian options marked on menu, Good price, Vietnamese flavours

Cons: Could have been more flavourful

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Worth the search!! - Edit

Somehow we walked back and fourth on the street and couldn't find this place. When we finally did, it didn't look promising. But the food was delicious!! We had the nicest food I've had so far in Vietnam! (Also it's funny sitting on the balcony watching everyone pacing around trying to find the restaurant!)

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Vegetarian Pho! - Edit

Vegetarian Pho! This was a great cheap little place. Lots of vegetarian and vegan food clearly marked on the menu. The vegetarian Pho was really tasty, as was all the food we ate. Total lunch bill for two was 150000

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Deserves 5 stars!! - Edit

Ok so apart from serving meat, this place deserves 5 stars for so many reasons: around 10 vegan dishes, cheap, freshly made, tasty and in a great location

Pros: Cheap, Loads to choose from, made fresh

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5 stars - Edit

They deserve more than 4 stars.. the meals are so delicious and the staff is super friendly.

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Simple but good local eats! - Edit

Mostly tourists eat here, but the prices are cheap and the food is yummy.

Would rather go to an all vegetarian place, but I'm with my dad and decided to compromise one night. He loved his fried rice and I enjoyed the spring rolls. Not a lot of veggies in them, and they're super deep fried, but it still hit the spot.

Fast no frills service, not as expensive as other western focused places in Hanoi, so not bad overall. Will be back to try some of the other vego options.

Pros: Plenty of vegetarian Vietnamese options, cheap foo

Cons: Serves meat, simple service (not overly friendly b

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It was ok - Edit

We had the pho vegetarian but was not much more than a lot of noodles with a few vegetables. The clay with tofu and eggplant tasted good.

Pros: big portions, cheap

Cons: not so many vegetables

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Best vegetarian food we had in Hanoi - Edit

Incredible choice of vegetarian (most of which if not all is vegan) food ranging form healthy to fried.
Would definitely come here again next time I visit Hanoi.

Pros: lots of vegetarian and vegan options, great prices, big portions

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Tastes amazing and good price! - Edit

Found this place through Happy Cow and it's my go to place now! It's at an amazing price and have a wide selection of vegetarian dishes. You will be satisfied!

Pros: Cheap, Tasty, Vietnamese Style

Cons: Crowded

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Ate here 6 times - Edit

I just kept going back! The vegetarian vermicelli noodles was delicious. You end up with a citrus and peanutty broth at the end as all the nuts sink to the bottom. Option number 4 on the menu.

The owner also opened up our coconut after we drank it and gave us a spoon so we could scoop out the flesh. Yum yum yum!

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3 out of 5 - Edit

The food was delicious and especially the pho was rich and tasty but it was nothing special. If you are on a low budget and around the lake I would recommend to go there. Medium sized portions!

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Delicious! - Edit

After searching for veggie pho for a few days I was very happy to come across this cute little restaurant. The pho was really tasty, as were the spring rolls. They also have meat options and my husband said his chicken curry was very good. Would definitely return!

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Tasty and simple - Edit

I had the vege spring rolls and vermicelli, was simple but tasty. No other vege provided and came with a few herbs and side sauce. Would come again not bad for 40,000.

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Just okay - Edit

Tried the vegetarian pho which was really bland and full of noodles with barely any veggies in it. The veggie vermicelli bowl (on the first page of the menu) was much much better and - a good option if you're looking to fill your tummy on a budget. I'd skip the spring rolls though. They were really dry and filled with 80% noodles with just a few strands of veggies in them.

Pros: Cheap, Friendly staff

Cons: Bland food, Doesn't taste fresh

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Best veggie food in vietnam so far! - Edit

I found this place on my second night in Hanoi. Since then I've been back 5 times and is the only place I will eat at in Hanoi! The prices are very good, around 55,000 per meal and it tastes so good! I've eaten at some pricier restaurants and tried lots of street food and hands down this place wins. It's actual veggie food with taste! I've tried most of the veggie options on the menu and they can actually cook tofu well here! The best meal I've had was a mushroom and tofu clay pot which is served with rice. It comes in a sticky sauce and is by far the best thing I've eaten through my whole trip in Vietnam. Veggie food is so bland most places in Vietnam, if only most places were like this.

Pros: Nice staff, Amazing food. All of it., Cheap!

Cons: None, None, None

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Sit Outside on the Balcony if Possible :) - Edit

Cheap, filling and a good atmosphere, my boyfriend and I came here as it was situated very close to our hotel.

We both ordered the chay pho was which 40,000VND and we had the veggie spring rolls and vermicelli (45,000VND I think) to share. The portions were large, however both lacked flavour and needed a lot of additional seasoning.

The restaurant itself is on 2 floors and has a few tables on the balcony upstairs overlooking the busy street below. It's a nice place to chill with a beer (15,000VND for a Halida)

Would recommend and would go back if I wanted a cheap fix

Pros: Environment , Cheap Food, Serves beer

Cons: Gets very busy at lunch time , Food was a little bland

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Great value - Edit

Not dedicated veggie, but lots of options. The portions and big and the prices is very, very good. Try the super tasty Pho Chay.

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Good cheap vegan noodles - Edit

This place isn't a dedicated vegetarian restaurant, but it does offer an impressive two pages of vegan versions of popular Vietnamese dishes. The ideal place for me to go with my meat-eating boyfriend.

I actually went back here 3 times during my stay as it was just down the road from my hostel and cheap, quick and convenient. All 3 times I had the same thing - the Bun tron chay (vegetarian vermicilli), because it was so good. Rice noodles were topped with a tangy broth, shredded papaya, beansprouts, tofu, pickles, peanuts and herbs. For me it's the condiments that really make this dish and this place has got a great selection; limes, kumquats, pickled garlic, chilli-jam and soybean sauce, yum!

Very quick, efficient service, nice clean restaurant and this dish is a bargain for only 35,000vnd. Also in a great location near the cathedral.

Updated from previous review on 2016-10-07

Pros: Plenty of vegan options, Cheap, Quick

Cons: They serve meat dishes

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nice place - Edit

They don't have that many options but the bùn cha is very good. We went there plenty of times and this was not just some dish made vegetarian but with a full taste.

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Broke my cardinal rule - Edit

Reading previous 'vegan' posting, we went here for lunch/breakfast. Definately a bad move.
My first mistake was eating in a meaty with vegan options. We had eggplant and 'fried' tofu cooked in a clay pot, packet noodles with vegetables (carrot, onions and morning glory), 4 raw spring rolls (salty and just full of vermicelli noodle) and four samosas. The four dishes came out within 5 minutes, suggesting it was pre-heated in a microwave. The eggplant clay certainly was not freshly baked, the eggplants fell apart and was sitting in three inches of liquid, like it was from the day before reheated. I certainly didn't give this place a Happy Cow sticker, I did see a trip advisor sticker on the wall, how it got that maybe only Bangkok would you buy them in the market in Khosan. No we did not eat these dishes, sampled each one and told the serving person what we thought. Oh we had two fresh coconuts and mine was very sour, which they did exchanged. To cap off this disappointing place my partner was sick outside in the gutter. Not a good place, avoid like the plague. Why are there so many postings made by vegans who compliment places of miseries who offer 1 or 2 vegan options?

Updated from previous review on 2016-09-10

Cons: all over cooked, was not freshly made, reheated from the day before

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so tasty! highly recommend - Edit

One of my favorite meals in Vietnam! Had a vegetarian rice noodle dish. Had a lot of tofu, crunchy peanuts and fresh herbs, carrots and delicious dressing! We sat upstairs on the balcony, watching the street below. We asked if we could go up, otherwise we wouldn't have known we were able to. Recommend this place.

Pros: super tasty and good sizes , good menu if going with non vegetarian friends, large upstairs area with balcony

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Cool vibes - Edit

I had the veg spring roll, the dipping sauce for the rolls was too good to be true, the veg soup was great plenty of noodle carrot and tofu just go easy on the high sodium broth

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Really good food and good location - Edit

I'm coming here almost daily because of the good location and the moderate prices. Good selection of veg dishes (NO MOCK MEAT). Recommend fresh spring rolls and vermicelli. important to ask for no fish sauce!

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nice place with good food - Edit

the place is cheap (35.000 to 70.000 dong for the vegetarian dishes) compared to other places in Hanoi and the owner is a really nice person.

also the food is quite good and they understand the word 'vegetarian' as they use no fishsauce in the vegetarian meals. most vegetarian meals are vegan I think. and the size of the meal is really good.

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