This restaurant serve food with interesting craft like dragon, phoenix, etc. We need to reserve the place.
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The atmosphere is definitely nice (nice garden)...but the food is a huge disappointment! Is nicely decorated to mimic animal forms but the quality of it is very bad. Really badly cooked / not freshly made (reheated) and had nothing special about it. Quantity was also...More
Finding Tinh Gia Vien wasn't easy, it looks like a normal house with no obvious signage. Once you've found it you select from one of 3 set menus. Here each menu is based on the old imperial cuisine. Each menu has 9 dishes, which I...More
I was there with friends. They were accommodative to adjust the food based on our food dietary preference. The food are simple and mainly fried with nice decorative. We could not finished the set dinner. Nice experience but will not come back again though.
Every dishes, every details of food are displayed very carefully and delicate. They show the truly personality of Hue people. The atmosphere of restaurant are peaceful and nice. We love it
After a disappointing lunch at Ancient Town we decided to spend a bit more and go to Tinh Gia Vien. The restaurant has a beautiful ambience set inside a small garden with a pond and lovely lanterns hanging from the ceiling. It's almost like a...More
We did one cooking class during our stay in Vietnam and purely because it was remmeneded to us by friends. We were not disappointed, it was an incredible and delightful experience and I am so pleased we had this opportunity. Highly recommended ;)
We love this local hidden gem restaurant that offers unrivalled food not only in great taste but also for its supwrb presentation like peacock elephant tortoise all carved with vegies in Imperial Vietnamese style. We sat under the shade of the ground floor of the...More
As part of a tour we were cycled (bicycle with a seat on the front) to this restaurant for an evening dinner. Set menu provided Vietnamese food that was prepared with flare. Actually it not only looked good but tasted great. We were starving after...More