This is a beautiful restaurant and the staff is pleasant enough but the food (very pretentious - trying to be cuisine) tastes like it has been sitting in the freezer a few months too long.
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A pity we didn't listen to lonely Planet., and against advice we booked dinner rather than having a drink and exiting. The building is great. However the food is "try hard" old fashioned Sunday roast style. Awful and a total fail in the most beautiful...More
It was our last night in Vietnam and we were getting a bit tired of rice and noodles. Also, with 100+ temps we were seeking air-conditioning. We happened upon Green Tangerine and were pleasantly surprised by the quality of the food. I can honestly say...More
Lovely quaint restaurant in the heart of Old Quarter. We booked. Very attentive staff, good menu and the house wine was ok. The food was tasty and well presented and well priced. Would go again.
Had a wonderful meal here in a lovely setting. It was a little more expensive than other restaurants in the area but the food was well presented and the staff extremely helpful and friendly. Would definitely return and would highly recommend this restaurant to all.
By far the most impressive, surprising meal I've had the pleasure to eat! It arrived disguised as a board game. It tasted sublime! I never take photos of food, but I did on this occasion. Go to this restaurant. You will not be disappointed. I...More
What an amazing dinner! It was a little bit prcey but well worth it. The meals were beautifully presented and soooo delicious. The photo attached is a bit crappy but it was so beautiful to look at and tasted amazing. I had the tasting plate...More
We enjoyed choosing a lunch from their fixed price menu. Each dish was interesting, well presented and of high quality. At the same time the service and turn around was very quick! The setting is lovely with a small courtyard and old French Colonial building.
Located in Old Quarters. Have the option of sitting in the garden and indoors. Nice mixed choice of cuisine. We chose to go with ratatouille, lamb shanks and red wine. The food was nice. No house wine though.