We had Vietnamese springrolls, green curry and chicken amok, and none of the dishes was eatable. We had to find an kfc to get our bellies full because the food at ngon was so bad
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we had smoothies and ice cream only, very good and tasty. there are cooking stations throughout the restaurant, and the flies were all over the meats and other foods waiting to be used for dishes. they should cover them with netting.
Terrible service. I will spare you the painful dialogues and exchanges with staff, but let me say it was as bad as it gets. Forgotten orders were the simplest things that went wrong here, the staff was useless, a nd when I dared to ask...More
My wife really felt homesick and wanted to eat Vietnamese food. She was really happy that I brought her to Ngon - food was really nice. Service was a bit slow though - just after the morning rush hour. Prices were reasonable, about US$3.5 for...More
I have visited Ngon with Vietnamese friends a number of times and the overall opinion is that the food is good and is a reasonable cost. Location is good and option of inside and outside tables. Staff are ok a bit mixed in terms of...More
It’s near the independence monument, which gives you a very nice view especially in the evening. The venue is spacious and feels very authentic, service is okay, their menu is big, however I do not find the food so authentic compared to other Vietnamese restaurants...More
Multiple visits, relatively well priced for the area, good Vietnamese food, good lunchtime spot as its quite roomy.
Came in after a performance at the national museum at about 8:30pm. Ordered drinks and 2 small plates. Was informed that kitchen was mostly closed and only some food could be ordered. Ordered what we could and it was terrible. Drink menu was short, wine...More
The setting is lovely - open air, courtyards and the food is great. The problems are that the menu is just HUGE and the service isn't great. Having said that, for about £3 a plate and for tasty food, I need to rate it as...More
We visited as a couple, ordering the beef noodle salad and fish amok. The noodle salad had fresh juicy meat, while the amok, which is a traditionally smooth and creamy dish was dry and brittle, and felt more like eating raw museli than a signature...More