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After a month of travelling through Vietnam and after eating only local cuisine which don't get me wrong is excellent I was ready for some western food...Unfortunately we were in Dalat where it is quite scarce. So after some walking around we spotted v cafe and decided to give it a try. We were pleasantly surprised. While it does not look like much from the outside the inside is unique and unlike the majority of buildings in Vietnam with a comfortable and warm atmosphere and plenty of seating although never felt crowded even though it was quite busy when we were as they had a live band who were very competent musicians. The prices while certainly more expensive than at a Vietnamese establishment were not unfair and certainly worth it given the quality of the atmosphere and the food.
The food was quite good. I had a simple cheese pizza which was excellent thin crust the sauce was not too sweet and the cheese was delicious and melted. My friend who had been to vietnam several times before had a chicken quesadilla which was appropriately chickeny and cheesy upon finishing it he sad it was the best quesadilla he had ever had.....in Vietnam.
The service was quite good and more attentive than we had come to expect from Vietnam with food and drinks coming quickly and we encountered no linguistic troubles.
Our experience in Vcafe was so good that we returned the very next morning for breakfast. I recommend anybody that travels in Dalat try v cafe if they want to have an enjoyable meal and a good time.
Favorite Dish: Pizza and mexican seem to be what they do best but the menu is quite large and covers several different cuisines,
Written Feb 15, 2011
Address: 1/1 Bui Thi Xuan Da Lat, VIETNAM
Phone: 84) (63) 352 0215
My friends were craving Western food after 11 days of Asian repasts. V was right across the street from out hotel.
Favorite Dish: We had pizzas and some chicken dish. It was okay. Do not drink the Dalat wine. We did and had terrible hangovers the next morning.
Written Dec 14, 2010
It is on a side street in the middle of town. We sat outside and it had the feel of a Parisian Bistro. Unlike most cities in Vietnam there were very few vendors plying their wares.
Favorite Dish: The seafood broth was so good. I game in urn with a charcoal fire underneath. The seafood was added right before our eyes. It was freshly caught and the liquid was so aromatic.
Updated Dec 13, 2010
Address: Truong Cong Dijnh
Nothing better then try the local place where they serve very cheap the local noodle dish "Phở". However, for some reason, in this location and this day my girl wasn't enthusiastic trying a dirty little local place, so we had to skip it this time :)
Written Nov 26, 2010
Yes, Da Lat has its own Moulin Rouge Restaurant. This classic restaurant was just across the street from our hotel and so it was easy to be selected for the dinner place after whole day on the road. We had standard Vietnamese food with chicken, sea food, spring rolls and rise. The Saigon beer was as good as always with the food.
Updated Nov 26, 2010
Address: 83 Street 3/2, Ward 4, Dalat City
While visiting the Datanla Falls we also had small lunch at the restaurant at that location. Nothing great that I can say about it, the food was average but the most interesting part was a large group of locals that been drinking a lot of local Heineken beer mixing it with a lot of ice and still they got drunk :)
Updated Nov 26, 2010
Asian style home food, dishes served with rice.
Have options for single diners as well.
Whatever we had tried was yummy!
Service is good and owner can speak english very well.
Favorite Dish: Beef cubes with french fries, garlic rice, grilled pork with garlic rice.
Updated Oct 21, 2010
Address: 6 Duong 3 Thang 2 (Duy Tan), Dalat
This small place is located to the north of the main square and central market, not far from the Peace Cafe/Hotel, which is a popular haunt for western tourists. I came here and had a Dalat special dish which was a chicken casserole with vegetables and rice in a clay pot (see second photo). The rice was a bit burnt on the bottom but it was different if a little on the dried-up side.
Written May 4, 2010
Address: 94 Phan Dinh Phung Street, Da Lat
The 100 Roofs Cafe is one of the most attractive location in Dalat, Vietnam.
This place is a” must see” and a masterpiece of art, created by a famous Vietnamese architect. Unexpected, between small shop houses, close to the market centre, you find yourself suddenly in another world. The atmosphere is super relaxing and you will be busy for hours and days, to discover all the lovely details. Would you like ever been in a film location for Lord of the Rings? Go there and watch out. Hobbits and elfs are everywhere.
Favorite Dish: Fresh made Orange juice.
Written Apr 9, 2010
Address: 57 Phan Boi Chau, Da Lat, Vietnam
Phone: 063 383 75 18
21:55. Yes, we got a beer. And it was just served, they told us, that they are going to close in 5 minutes. The atmosphere is similar to plenty other restaurants, but V-Cafe is much more expensive.
The chocolate cafe or the 100 roofs cafe is much better.
Favorite Dish: The tooth picks.
Written Apr 9, 2010
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