Reviews (5)

First Review by RudiIndi

Great place with tasty food & friendly people - Edit

Two dishes to choose from, had the noodles and they were great. Very cool owner and great price, too!

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Cheaper than cheap - Edit

Small family run spot with really simple but delicious food.
Only two options, rice or noodles with assorted greens and fake meat.
Also fresh mochi made in-house.

Pros: Super friendly staff, 15k dong for a meal.

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Cheap delicious Vegan 💚 - Edit

Good vietnameese food, cheap price and friendly staff. Family owned, and very talkative :)
Defenetly recommend!

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Great little place, friendly owner - Edit

This is a great little place that offers a good selection of authentic Vietnamese Vegan Food. The Buddhist owner is very friendly and speaks some English. No menu as such, but the main dishes offered are shown on a board and also printed on a business card.

Their main specialty is 'Com Dia' (dishes of the day and rice); you can choose from a selection of veg dishes, mock meat and even a mock scrambled egg made from tofu (which is really good). A plate of this with rice is 15-20,000vnd (depending how many selections you choose). They also specialise in 'Banh Cuon'; steamed sheets of rice paper, stuffed with mock meat, wood-ear mushroom and crispy shallots, which is 20,000vnd for a big plateful; and Cao Lau (a famous Hoi An noodles dish) which I am a big fan of. Their version has a lovely tangy sauce, crispy tofu, mock meat and crunchy wontons, really yummy! Also 20,000vnd.

Pros: Great tasting authentic food, Cheap, Friendly owner speaks some English

Cons: Not in the centre of Da Nang

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Ok - Edit

Good

Updated from previous review on 2016-08-12

Pros: Taste, Price, Staff

Cons: Restroom, Not vegan-friendly

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