Vietnamese food at its best!!! We had 2 dinners there, restaurant came highly recommended from staff at our hotel! And we are glad we did go! Thank you again!
Went here with my husband and it was really delicious. I got the pho bo and it was some of the best pho I have had. My husband got the Beef Stew and it was reaaally good. I stole more than a few bites!! We also got some winter rolls and they were pretty good, we had wanted spring rolls... More
My husband picked this place. It's tiny, tucked between numerous other restaurants, very modern in decor and was wonderful. We walked from our hotel and had a late lunch that absolutely hit the spot.
We loved this tiny restaurant on Davie. It was clean, welcoming and friendly. The food was FANTASTIC!! We had a real feast! Started with Spring Rolls, then we also had Pho, Papaya Salad and the BBQ Pork Chops. It was a lot of food - and everything was simply perfect!! They also serve some remarkable tea - wonderful combinations of... More
Stumbled upon this restaurant with some friends and were immediately impressed by the building. The restaurant is jammed into a tiny bay and only has two tables (big and meant to be shared). The place was spotless and the decor was really interesting to boot. The service was very friendly and the food tasted excellent and very fresh. Definitely a... More
Manager from Howard Johnson highly recommend it. She said she eats there all the time! And she was right, I never had vietnamese food, but now I will look for it everywhere I travel in the world!
we really enjoyed the food preparation and the intimate eating style at this davie street vietnamese restaurant. we thought the service was great. the food was awesome and the creativity of ingredients and combinations was terrific. we had take out from the restaurant once before a movie at VIFF. we thought it was OK. but now we are convinced it... More
The staff is very friendly, the food is original (Vietnamese nouveau) and very fresh. The place is tiny. Only two tables (One seats 8, one 6) Prices are not bad. Only downside is that it's hard to get in! They have definitely been discovered.
Lady at our hotel highly recommended and we never ate vietnamese food, so we went to try. What a nice surprise and treat that was!!! Even tea was really good. Will come again for sure!!
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