Small restaurant tucked away. Amazing service and excellent local cusine. Group of 17 friends found the only restaurant able to seat all of us. So good we came back 2nd night in a row.
This is a relatively small restaurant, it was full when we arrived which is a really good sign. The food that each of us ate was fabulous, not one complaint. The staff were great, spoke quite good English and were really friendly. The food was fresh with great flavours. No complaints here
This was a lovely restaurant. Really cheap prices for amazing food. You are very well looked after, and you can have as much rice as you like ! I had a meal for less than 4usd and ate until i was really really full !
It's located at 49 Truong Cong Dinh... Right crossed From Chocolate... and its also good tasting food .. and the drinks aren't so bad either... In a nice walking area just off the Center of Dalat... Remember there is a lot of hills here .. so you are walking up and down streets... Another one that I would recommend... and not expensive at all...
A long and narrow two-story building with a typical Vietnamese style.
The owner is very enthusiastic and will help us cook hot pot, add soup, and ask about the taste.
The main dish here is Vietnamese hot pot, which is a bit different from domestic hot pot. The meat is cooked first, about ten minutes, and then fished out. Cook the vegetables again, and finally pour the soup on the rice noodles, and you're done! The sour soup base is similar to tom yum goong, but lighter than tom yum goong.
French baguette with curry chicken. Since Dalat was originally a French colony, the French baguette here can be said to be quite authentic. The taste is very crunchy, and it has a special flavor when dipped in curry.