9 Reviews

First Review by VeganJazzman

simple mais bon - Edit

Accueil très sympathique dans un cadre sommaire. Pour nous expliquer certains ingredients, les propriétaires n ont pas hésité à faire des recherches sur Internet.
Plats très bons.

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cheap n friendly - Edit

Great for lunch after visiting the ancient citadel. We found it fairly easy and ordered the banh cuon and tomato noodle soup. Both came out pretty quick, I am pretty sure they roll the cuon to order. Both were served with a mixed leafy salad and the cuon with a tasty sesame seed sauce. The portions were decent but I am a big eater so we got a second serving of the banh cuon. We also asked for chilli paste which turns out is home made and super tasty!! Seems vegan, no reason to suspect otherwise. Great service and friendly owners. All up cost was 50,000 VND. Would go again if I had time!

Pros: friendly staff, near a main attraction, yummy!

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If you need vegan food - Edit

Simple but reliably vegan place with a set meal. The food is fairly average, but it's close to popular tourist attraction the Imperial Citadel. I was assured of no egg, milk, or meat. When I queried something that looked eggy, I was told it was tofu, which it was. Come if you're in the area.

Pros: Reliably vegan

Cons: Food just OK

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Wonderful - Edit

I loved this place! Super friendly owner and it's in a really convenient location if you're sightseeing in the Imperial City and the food was delicious. I ordered a noodle dish and the pancake and she was super helpful showing me how to use the various sauces and even mixing the noodles, salad, herbs, faux prawn crackers and mock meats up for me so that I was eating it like a local! I would love to go back one day.

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A strange place - Edit

First, it's one of those places where both the food table and the eating area are not clean at all.

Second, foreigners are required to pay extra, even though there is a menu with local prices on the wall. I did not really mind paying extra, but it was still not very pleasant, as eating there was not a nice experience.

Cons: Dirty..., A very very simple place

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Good food and nice staff - Edit

We were looking for the other vegetarian restaurant near this one but could not find it and we ended up in this one following people's directions.

We had the crispy fried noodles, which were very good.

The owner seemed very happy that I could speak some Vietnamese, although the menu was in English. The other reviews pointing to the fact that the English menu is 30% more expensive are correct, in fact, you can just look at the Vietnamese menu on the wall (they do not hide it) and see it has different prices. I asked the owner why the prices were different and she explained that Westerners tend to eat more so she gives larger portions, hence the price differences. She pointed to the dish that a local was eating on the next table and it was smaller than ours.

Pros: Nice staff, Good food, Quiet place

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nothing impressive - Edit

Small local place with no English spoken. Foreigners get separate menu with 30% higher prices. Staff was quite intrusive, instructing us how to eat with chopsticks and almost constantly watching what we do. Despite higher prices, portions were rather small. At the end it felt like not really worth the price compared with other places in Hue.

Pros: close to imperial palace

Cons: 'foreigner' tax, intrusive staff, small portions

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Vietnamese street food - Edit

We eventually found this cafe, the address is wrong but the little map from the previous reviewer is correct. Staff speak little/no English but there is an English menu available, translations are vague. The cafe is very basic like most cafés in Vietnam. We had "figs with frond wheel" or similar, it was some type of mushroom with seeds eaten with a non-prawn prawn cracker. Fairly tasty and good portion. I don't recommend using the bathrooms, they put you off your dinner.

Pros: Genuine food, All vegan

Cons: Filthy bathrooms

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Eat where the Vietnamese are eating! - Edit

Very authentic restaurant. Many local people are here which I claim to be a good sign. Prices are inexpensive, the food is great, simple menu, quick service and very nice people. Added pictures of correct location and menu.
Note:The prices on th e English menu are ~30% more than the vietnamese menu, but still super cheap. Three dishes, one tea makes 85.000VND (= 4$)

Pros: Athentic, Simple, Food

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