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London, England, United Kingdom
September 9, 2010
From journal Vietnam Part 1: Ho Chi Minh City
by Eric from Aiea
October 5, 2006
The restaraunt specializes in the regional foods from throughout Vietnam. The menu is pages long, and included so many different type foods—making the final choices end up being a group effort and a lot of fun. Even with the diverse tastes of our group ordering, there was nothing that ranked below really good in what was brought out to our table. Actually, it was delicious—and we soon ended up with a table full of food from the northern provinces and the central highlands that soon disappeared. Amongst so many great choices—don't overlook the spring rolls or any of the vegetable dishes!
Ngon is located in a colonial style building and has great decor through out. Its location is not far from the Reunification Palace. The service ranged from really good to excellent, and the waitresses took great care of the diner parties.
Ngon is an extremely popular—and expect to wait for a table. But the wait is well worth it! So are the prices!
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August 11, 2004
From journal Livin' Like a Local in Saigon
July 9, 2002
From journal 14 days in Vietnam