This is a French Western restaurant, since Vietnam was a former French colony, so French food is very market, taste is done quite authentic.
The facade is small, the service is very good, the classic French restaurant, the chef is very skilled, the dishes are very exquisite, each dish is made and introduced in detail, the taste is very good, I especially like steak and French desserts, but the price is a bit Xiaogui.
There are few restaurants, not too many people to greet, the environment is good, the French architecture style, the food is also different from traditional French cuisine, the taste is mainly local, the portion is relatively large, the same is the exquisite presentation, lamb It's more chewy, you have to swallow it, the potatoes are stewed for enough time, lingering, the service is good, the napkins are meticulously placed, the price is not too expensive, and it is worth a visit.
The environment is good and the dishes are special. We actually watched for a long time before deciding what to order. There is a lunch set meal at noon, which is very cost-effective! Two talents ate 250! The cuttlefish is very tasty! Dessert is mediocre
It is said that this restaurant was visited by former US President Barack Obama, but we ran into this restaurant by mistake. But after entering, I feel that the environment is different. It feels very good inside. The waiters are also very good, and there are foreign waiters. Of course, we looked at the restaurant and it was not cheap. The per capita price was around RMB 500, which looked a bit scary. Fortunately, we ordered ourselves and ordered some good main dishes with a lot of portion, absolutely full. And it tastes great. The price is half cheaper. A great dinner.
The environment is good, the dishes are very local and taste good.
It is the best shop here in Hanoi. It is a more retro characteristic building. The standard French restaurant inside, and the dishes are all classic dishes. Coupled with the affordable consumption level of Vietnam, it is really a rare price-performance ratio. Experience.