Tiem an Huong Viet is small, quirky little restaurant in a charming neighbourhood, with only about five tables and a kind of shabby/warm feel. The lunch menu had options ranging from ¥800 - 1500 (for sets), which is about average. Tea was free.
I had the bun cha, which could have done with a greater quantity and less fatty pork, but was overall pretty good. The spring rolls, noodles and coriander salad were great. It tasted very similar to what I've eaten in Hanoi, which one assumes is the aim. The service was prompt and the owner friendly.
I'm glad I hadn't read any of the poor reviews (which seem to be mostly about dinner) before visiting for lunch, as it might have put my off from what was a perfectly good reasonably priced meal. I'll definitely be back.
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