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Posted by Notzagat on 2014-03-17
Many reviews have noted the abundance of tourists eating here; although tourists can know quality food and locals/natives may be dilettantes, I donât think the exception is the rule here. First, our party of 4 for weekday lunch noted the skimpy portion
Posted by susan on 2011-11-29
We celebrated my daughter's birthday here last night. GREAT food--try the calamari for an appetizer. Fun, festive and they even played a canned recording of Happy Birthday.
Posted by Happy Diners on 2010-11-29
3 reasons why we love this place in the colder months:
1. closest to the 6 train station exit (therefore a shorter walk to hot food in winter!).
2. cheap for the portion size.
3. tastes good.
Posted by jonston on 2010-10-19
i love this place and have been going there for at least 6 years now, still not tired of it! the prices are also amazing (there are 2 menus, one has dishes in 5-6$ range). its a very simple type of place so if you are too fussy it might not be for you bu
Posted by Steph V on 2010-09-09
Ask for the frog legs with French butter, also the fried squid w/ French butter. It's my regular order. Try also beef cubes!
Posted by native on 2009-04-15
I have been eating at this restaurant for over 15 years (I think... since childhood) and it has been consistent and delicious throughout. The steak with salad is so juicy and delicious, and the fried spring rolls are just amazing - make sure you wrap them
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-12-29
The food was good, but not sufficiently unique to distinguish it from the 4 other Vietnamese restaurants on the same block (I usually eat at Thai Son, but today did not feel like waiting in line). My problem with Nha Trang is this: Before I ordered tI was
Posted by CPT Lynch on 2008-10-03
Excellent food, fast and furious service and cheap prices.