The food here was very good, and probably one of the best Italian places in the city. Somewhat expensive for Vietnamese prices but nice wine selection and ambiance. Only downside was the owner wasn't all that friendly.
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Simply one of the best restaurants in town, I’ve eaten there numerous times and tried many dishes. Not once was I disappointed. They start by giving you a glass of Prosecco on the house and a basket with freshly baked bread with dips. The portions...More
We had spaghetti with vongole which had no taste The tagliatelle with Bolognese sauce was gluggy The complimentary limoncello was watered down The staff were to busy hanging around the bar with there back facing us Not authentic italian food and definitely not value for...More
My son wanted something different for dinner whilst we visited Ho Chi Minh City, so he found this place. Nice ambience, I had a beetroot salad with interesting dressing which lacked acidity and was mainly endives with few slices of beets and 2-3 round slices...More
Couldn't fault it. Food was excellent, which is surprisingly for italian food in a foreign country. Pizza and seafood pasta were both excellent as with the arancini and all the other bits and pieces ate.
We visited Ciao Bella on New Year's Eve thinking it'd be a nice quaint place to wind down the year. Ordered some fried squid for appetiser, pea ravioli, vongole, and crab linguine, all of which was truly lacklustre. Most disappointing I think was definitely the...More
Very nice setting, lovely food and the pasta is so yummy. Great cocktails also, my recommendation is the Blood Orange Cosmopolitan. They provide some nice nibbles on the house, breads, olive tapenade.