The food is amazingly good.
Really fresh, well cooked and nicely flavoured without being too hot.
My hot and sour prawn soup was beautiful-lovely big prawns and not ridiculously hot.
Chicken and lemon grass was also very good.As was crispy fried tofu and side order of broccoli.
The only thing that we found less successful were the puddings-also something we noticed in the equally good nearby Yoshi Sushi
We tried a pomolo puding (rather gloopy)
and another rather odd lotus seed pudding ( billed as a Vietnamese cure for insomnia).
Probably both very authentic- but not to Western tastes.
Large portions and excellent value.
Slightly brusque service. Nice neutral decor but a little cafe-ish.
Will go back and try other items on the large interesting menu
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