Tuy Duyen Quan

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 5 reviews )

So 1A Pho Hue (at Ham Long), Hanoi, Vietnam

Vegetarian restaurant and tea shop. Vegans should ask for meal to be prepared without eggs The food served is mostly Vietnamese but has western-style crepes. Open Mon-Sun 9:00am-9:00pm. Reported to have irregular hours - call ahead.

Categories: Ovo, Western, Vietnamese

5 Reviews

First Review by Laura1l

closed - Edit

Closed at 4pm on a Saturday.

Cons: closed.

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Well worth a visit - Edit

We visited having seen reviews on Happy Cow. The food and the service were good, and we certainly did not feel that the prices were unreasonable for the quality of the food and the amount that we had.
The restaurant is a little out of the way of the main town, but it is certainly worth a walk out as the ambiance is more relaxed.

Pros: Choice, Friendliness of service

Cons: A little way out of the main town

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ok but overpriced - Edit

The food here is tasty but not amazing. The portions are big and the staff are really friendly which is nice. As mentioned, not all of the menu has been translated but you could make an educated guess with google translate!

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Overpriced but fair quality - Edit

The is fairly decent mid level restaurant that suffers by its proximity the the excellent Udam Chay. The food here is good but the pricing model is simply too high. The owner seemed a bit paranoid about the prices as she kept asking me what I though of the cost instead of what I thought of the food. We ordered black rice with lotus seed and a tofu dish with some spring rolls and drinks. It's was nice but not worth the 500000VND price tag.
The tables and chairs are very uncomfortable and things are a little tight inside. The staff are friendly.
If you could pick this restaurant up and move it to another Vietnamese city it would probably find its niche, unfortunately in Hanoi the veg options are so numerous and so cheap I just don't see where this restaurant fits in.
If you have 500000VND to blow on lunch walk 100m up the road to Udam Chay and have a fine dining experience with comfy chairs and gorgeous food.

Pros: quiet, nice owners and staff

Cons: way overpriced, bit boring, uncomfortable seating

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Delicious food in a nice atmosphere - Edit

I've eaten here twice now and intend to go back often. The spicy tofu with mushrooms and the eggplant with galangal were both something special. The portions are big and the prices reasonable. The cinnamon water that they serve for free is also super tasty.

Only about 2/3 of the menu has been translated, so if you don't understand Vietnamese you may have to guess at what some of the dishes are.

The atmosphere is really nice. It would be a good place to go for a cup of tea in the afternoon. They have a small outdoor area with lots of plants.

Pros: Excellent food, Nice vibe, Restaurant supports local orphanage with donations

Cons: Narrow stairway with low ceiling, Not all of the menu is translated to English

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