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First Review by rymanvegto

Good No-Frills Option - Edit

Tasty bowl of noodle soup for 15 K. Not accompanied by customary plate of greens. Only vegetables apparent were a sprig of coriander, sliced tomato and piece of carrot. No tea available. Not as far up the hill as specified by marker or Google Maps.

Pros: cheap, tasty, set prices

Cons: no vegetables or greens

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Delicious & cheap food, nice & friendly people - Edit

Spent 27000 (a little more than 1USD) for 2 huge bowls of noodles. The other 3 friends paid 56000 for 3 big bowls of the best noodle soup and 2 plates of very yummy fried rolls. They're so delicious. Other places I went to give you mostly noodle with a little bit of everything else. Not this place. They give you big portions with lots of things, extra noodles and vegetables and absolutely don't try to rip you off.

The owners and employees there are monks, I assume, based on the clothes they wear. They're so nice! The customers are very friendly and helpful as well.

I ordered a box full of rice and vegan items for to go. How do they make money?!! They put so much stuff in that box and charge only 12000. I'm definitely coming back for breakfast, lunch and dinner everyday.

The guys at the next tables told us about the hotpot soup they have for dinner only. We'll be back to try it. It looks amazing.

Pros: Cheap, Big portions, Friendly, nice ppl

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One Cow - Edit

We were the only guests this afternoon. We have orderes six dishes (15.000 Dong /dish), but just got 4. My meal was cold when served. It was the worst lemon gras tofu, i had so far in vietnam. The Restaurant seems not very clean. 2 cows are too many. No english speaking service. The english menu was a joke. Lots oft the dishes they could not serve.

Pros: You Get A Free Soup

Cons: No English Speaking, Could Be Cleaner, Cold Food

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Amazing Com Chay - Edit

I've been to a few com chay places in vietnam so far, and as far as food selection and quality goes, this one is on top. Though the appearance is extremely simple and the family did not speak much English, they were friendly and let us try all the different dishes. There were about 15-20 different varieties of vegetable and mock-meat dishes and most of the were good or really good. The portions were bigger than the other places I've been to and the soup was full of vegetables. Plus it was $3 for the two of us to eat.

Pros: Selection, Portion

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