I was expecting either a Western-style diner or somewhere that served the breakfast to beat all breakfasts, but alas, no. That’s not to say that this isn’t a good Italian, because it is, but the name just doesn’t fit in any way, shape, or form.
The variety of dishes on offer is excellent, with most varieties of pasta on the menu together with pizzas, lasagne, and even gnocchi. There’s a wealth of vegetarian options, and the seafood selection was also good. The quality of the food is very good, as were the portions, although you would expect this, as the price is twice what you would expect to pay at the competing cafés down the road. We paid 150 Dong for two basic pasta dishes and two Sprites.
Unfortunately, the service was on the slow side, even though we were the only people in the restaurant when we sat down. Maybe at busier times of the day, they are more attentive to the customer rather than the neighbours' children next door.
I would recommend this as a place to eat, if only to break away from the usual rice/noodles/burger menu at the other cafes.
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