restaurant under french colonial setting, so that they can charge a premium
featuring the English name nha trang to lure in innocent gweilo patrons, and "positioning" themselves to be of higher class >.<
高檔? 低脂? 好鬼多味精就真, 出邊平一半好食過佢! 改個英文名代表識飛!? 個menu睇完我冇嘢揀倒, 揀jor嗰啲都唔得, 咁你話點啦!
順化牛肉檬, the speciality of this dish is extra tough beef brisket with no flavour, the 檬粉was actually 米線, other than that, it tasted exactly the same as the PHO
PHO, tasted ok actually, until I got extra thirsty afterwards.
香茅牛肉撈l檬 咩事! 啲牛肉打獻嘅?! but honestly speaking, disregarding the gravy flooded beef, the rice noodle itself tasted pretty good with generous amounts of condiments, including letteuce, cucumber, fried garlic etc.
Spring rolls, ok, along with the spring rolls came letteuce, and surprisingly, mint leaves, basil and cucumber slices, guess that's why they can charge you double here.
Prawn toast, they emphasise low fat cuisine, guess that was why theprawn toast was baked, not deep fried. Sorry to say, it don't work!
Vietnamese coffee with condensed milk, nope, nothing worth raving about.
ps. there is this obnoxious waiter who thinks the customer should be very familiar with the menu. I didn't even bother correcting his attitude
香茅牛肉檬, 除勁獻牛肉外, 幾好味
mono sodium glutamate
Spending per head: Approximately HKD90(Lunch)Other Ratings:
Value for Money 2