Walked for miles to this restaurant on the recommendation of lonely planet. Couldn't find it& told by a local it was closed!
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Well, this is a hard one to rate, after a mixed experience. I was taking a friend out for diner to celebrate his birthday and had heard good things about this place, so thought I'd give it a whirl. The 'experience' started with a phone...More
Possibly the worst waiter on the planet. Lunch visit and were led to a just va ated table in its unmade state, stains on table cloth etc. from previous diners; there were other fresh tables available. Got no better from there, won't go in to...More
Our family went for lunch. Really good food in a lovely setting. We had Vietnamese dishes and our kids had western dishes. All were excellent. Definitely recommend.
Clean, quiet but uninspiring. Vietnamese tea didn't have that characteristic 'sugar puffs' flavour but coffee was nice. Spring rolls were nice.
In the fine art museum compound (do not miss the ground floor exhibits of Champa artifacts). Cosy and tasteful interior. Has also al fresco upper floor dining. Service quick and attentive. Vietnamese menu . Very ample wine cellar
If you want to escape Asian cuisine for a bit this is the place to go. We had lunch and my teenage son said it was the best burger he had ever tasted! Great service and a nice atmosphere
We ate here for lunch prior to going to the Museum of War based on TA reviews! Again we were not disappointed! The english was a bit difficult to understand, but we were surprised when the people who ordered their toasted sandwiches actually got them...More
After a hot day wandering around the city and the worthwhile Fine Arts Museum, we were in need of some tender loving care. Matchbox provided, being set into the grounds of the museum and treating us very well. Salads, tofu, and cheese platters were well...More
Monday evenings, The Matchbox, in the grounds of the Fine Art Museum, has a steak and wine offer for 199,000 VND - around $10 or £7. We were the only people at 6pm but the candlelight and the water cascade made a romantic backdrop. Once...More