Wait time: 2/5
Just dined there an hour ago.
No pushy staff, all the staff are very courteous, polite and amiable. It was a great experience. One of the staff was very kind to provide us an appetizer on the house, each for me and my bf. The staff added that it was to thank us for dining here. It was sticky rice and juice in a mini shot glass. We were very surprised as we were just regular customers and i didnt think we did anything in particular to warrant such good service! Maybe its the same for everyone, I couldnt tell as the other diners were already into their main course.
Anyway we ordered mushroom cream soup, springroll 3way, some chicken main course, a traditional pho soup, and a watermelon juice. Total boils down to about 650K dong.
The food we could tell was of good quality. The mushroom soup was great, though not exceptional to leave a lingering memory. But the traditional pho soup, that was a winner!!
Fragrant beef soup with a slight cinnamon taste and spearmint leaves added for extra taste. The combination was heavenly. Noodles were soft and smooth... I've never tasted pho this good.
One thing though, the beef in it does not have much variety and its a bit tough.
Other than that, the dish seriously scored through the roof.
The spring rolls were not too bad either, i rasted only the beef and pork. The pork was the best in my opinion. I dont really like the beef as it came with corriander and I hated corriander to the core. My bf on the other hand loved it and thought the beef was the best.
He sang praises about the chicken main course as well though but when i tried, didnt really leave that much of an impression on me.
Watermelon juice was really pure watermelon, doesnt taste like it had water in it. Its in a pretty small glass though so for the price of 99K i supposed its not too bad.
Customer service was impeccable I have to add. The staff were smiling all the way and were eager to please. My bf just couldnt resist tipping them.
Theres also an artisan quality to the food served. My pho was made ready infront of me (the staff poured the soup out from a cute little teapot and onto the bowl of noodles). The other dishes had some deliberate decoration on them too.
My only gripe about this place is the waiting time for food. Spent about 20mins waiting in total for the food to arrive in intervals. But i guess i cant complain if it was due to them preparing fresh food on the spot. Theres also good serving etiquette; they serve dishes together with your partner so neither of you have to look at the other eating while waiting for your food.
In short, come here if u want to be treated like royalty and taste good quality food at a justifiable price!
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