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No 15, Alley 259/9 Vong Street, Dong Tam, Hai Bà Trưng, Hanoi
“This review is more for expats who might consider teaching at this center rather than for Vietnamese users of the online ESL site. I have worked for this company for about a year. In all my time in HaNoi I have simply never found a group of people that are more professional, reliable, and hone...”
Very nice totally vegetarian food at reasonable prices in a small, crowded, plainly decorated restaurant. I liked the mysterious sign near the till, 'German geology cake' and would have investigated that further if the staff hadn't been run off their feet with the crowds of (mainly Vinamese) diners.
One star off solely because I went to meet a friend there after work and was SLAVERING for a beer - great ropes of saliva drooling from my chops at the thought of one, in fact - and of course they serve no alcohol.
Five stars if you are not worried by the lack of booze and extremely down-to-earth decor.
I was quite surprised when I got there today. The place was packed! Too many people eating inside. It turned out that today is the first day of October in lunar calendar so they have vegetarian buffet and they'll have buffets on the first day of every month. $5/person and the foods are really good. The staff members are nice. The place is a bit small or was it because of too many people there?
I've been here a few times in the past, and it definitely deserves a 5-star rating. The com xuat lunches are amazing. They always include a nem as well as a soup and canh. I usually get the 40k version and it fills me up pretty well.
They also have some good vegetarian ducks dishes if you like the fake meat options.
This is the third Loving Hut to be posted on the New Hanoian website. I can't vouch for the others but this one in Ba Dinh sells tasty vegan food at a reasonable price. One dish they offer is com phan, which translates as "office rice". This is a selection of morsels on a plate with rice and comes at three prices - 20,000 dong, 25,000 dong and 30,000 dong. I ordered the 20,000 dong dish, which was plenty for lunch, plus iced tea, which I wasn't charged for. They have a menu in Vietnamese and English as well - or should that be Vinglish? There is quite a lot of mock meat on the menu, but there are lots of other options as well.
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