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    Trong Dong Vietnamese Restaurant: Fabulous Meal At Local Restaurant

    by Mikebb Updated Apr 28, 2008

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    Commenced With Hot Pot
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    After completing our morning tour our guide took us to a local restaurant several streets back from the main market, about 3 minutes in his car. The meal was included in the tour and we commenced with a beautiful "hot pot" (some call it "steamboat") which was cooked on the table in front of us. It contained a variety of local vegetables and various meats cooked in a chicken broth, a most delicious meal in itself which was soon followed by 6 more courses. We ate until we could not consume anymore and there was enough left over to feed another couple.

    When in Da Lat you must visit this restaurant, just catch a local taxi , the fare should be US $1 including tip.

    Favorite Dish: Everthing we ate was top class.

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    Wild Sunflower: Warm Welcome

    by traceyspacey Written Jul 16, 2007

    We felt really welcome here, despite us being scruffy travellers. It is a small restuarant, so they have difficulty fitting groups in. The food is amazing and alot cheaper than you expect it to be. Service is a little slow, so don't come here if you are in a hurry. This deserves all the recommendations on VT that it has.

    Favorite Dish: We came here twice in 3 days it was so good.

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    V Cafe: Really really tasty food

    by traceyspacey Written Jul 16, 2007

    Wlam welcoming interior. Relaxed atmosphere. The food is amazing and there is a great selection. This place is well worth a visit if you are in Dalat.

    Favorite Dish: It was all good, shame I didn't have room for pudding.

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    V Cafe: Very near to excellence

    by bpwarne Updated Jun 9, 2007

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    We ate at this restaurant a couple times in May, 2007. Food was fantastic, especially the vegetarian Mexican dishes and sandwiches. Service was excellent, place was spotlessly clean, even the restrooms were clean and had hand towels! There is one huge table on the front patio for outside dining and several tables inside. A great place to have a cup of tea and relax as you get a whole pot, not just a cup!

    Favorite Dish: Lemon Merangue Pie and hot pot of tea!

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  • Wild Sunflower - Da Quy: Best hot pot in town and more!

    by x-plosiv Written May 9, 2007

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    Eating in in this little restaurant has been a real experience. From the outside the small restaurant does not look that special, but wait untill you talk to the lovely owner. You will be treated like in a high class restaurant. The candle and rose on the table, the perfect clean table cloths the way the staff is dressed and acts really shows that this restaurant cares about its customers.

    Favorite Dish: I ate her with my girlfriend and we ordered a hotpot with seafood. These dish was prepared by the owner himself on our table. It is the best hotpot we had in Vietnam. The fine yellow noodles tasted great in combination with the soup and a little soja sauce with chili pepper!

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  • Wild Sunflower: couldn't agree more

    by Olliehunter Written Dec 25, 2006

    We went to this restaurant after reading comment from VT, was very happy with the service and food. We bought our own champange and they only charge 30,000 VND (USD1.50) for corkage, even on Christmas day itself, very reasonabe, will go there again for dinner tonight.

    Favorite Dish: Sugercane prawn, comes with rice paper and lots of veg... yammy

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    Caphe

    by yuet29 Written Nov 9, 2004

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    Dalat coffee is well-known as the best coffee in Vietnam. So try dalat coffee in Dalat and not in HCMC, Hanoi or anywhere else.. you will find that coffee here is very cheap.. even can get a cup for 2,000D, which is the lowest I can get throughout the whole trip from north to south vietnam.

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    In front of Hang Nga Hotel: French Loaf

    by yuet29 Written Nov 9, 2004

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    Favorite Dish: You can see french loaf in both cambodia and Vietnam. But I wish I could recommend you the french loaf at Dalat, although it is well-known that the french loaf in Nha Trang is better. But from my experience, it is not true.

    The french loaf is topped with pate, cheese etc. You may choose what you want to top. The ingredient are almost the same in every places but from the journey, I found that this stall has equally nice french loaf with comparatively cheap price.

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    Roadside: Xoi Man

    by yuet29 Written Nov 9, 2004

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    Xoi Man is a kind of colorful sticky rice with a lot of weird topping.. some taste like meat and others i cant remember the exact taste. But in conclusion, it is nice.

    Especially when you are tiring walking on the streets for the whole day. Get Xoi Man as your dinner instead of those restaurant designing for tourist.

    In Vietnam, you will enjoy local food if you get them a try. Trust me.

    Favorite Dish: A plate of Xoi Man can be various from 8000D-12000D depends on what you have topped.

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    Cafe de la Poste: Nice ambience

    by jmmorgan Written Feb 8, 2004

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    A pleasant, french styled, restaurant neat to the Sofitel Dalat Place and Novotel.
    The service and food were both excellent. The menu was quite varied with French and vietnamese dishes available and prices were quite good although a little expensive by local standards.
    Pool Table available.

    Favorite Dish: I had the French Country Vegetable soup. An excellent blend of root vegetables in a chicken broth. Just like Grandma used to make.

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    Art Cafe: Ambience

    by stedeb Written Nov 29, 2003

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    Art on wall's by gentleman who runs Art Cafe

    The Art Cafe was superb white linen, good cutlery & wine glasses it is beautiful. the man that owns the restaurant is an artist who's works decorate the walls. The service is terrific nothing is to much trouble.
    The gentleman and he was who runs the cafe took the time to show us how he did his art and how he "layered" the cocktails. Highly recomended.

    Favorite Dish: Vegatarian spring rolls 1 doz 10,000 VND
    Panfried chicken with chilli & lemongrass & steamed rice my absolute favourite 25,000VND
    Claypot chicken 20,000VND
    Beef hamburger & fries 20,000VND

    Drinks:
    Scotch & Coke, Vodka & orange, or Gin & tonic all 20,000VND
    Cocktails: B52, Bloody Mary, White lady, Pinacolada, Irish Coffee or Marguarita all 25,000VND.
    We sampled all the above food and most of the above mentioned drinks plus a few others.
    Fantastic food, drinks the spirist are all branded ie Johny Walker scotch.

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    I have no idea: Amidst the Vietnamese

    by mango13 Written Jun 9, 2003

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    No normal tourist ever comes here, so my appearance surprised a few people. If you want to try what the Vietnamese eat themselves, this is your spot. Evidently, it's cheap (no English spoken though)

    Favorite Dish: That's easy: there was only one dish: pho, the Vietnamese meat soup or (here) fish soup. This ensured I could get my food just by pointing at the brawl and myself.

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    In the Market: Still in Da LAT

    by Den_Gaynor Written Sep 26, 2002

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    Into the Market, through the stalls and shops. Upstairs.
    You can go from one food vendor to another until you have made up your complete meal.
    Lots of stares cos you're a gaint if you are my size - 5' 10".
    Mind the pickpockets, beggars (ignore the First one).

    Favorite Dish: Whatever you can mix...

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    Le Cafe De La Poste: A French style bistro

    by akkipaa Written Dec 30, 2012

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    To be continued...

    Favorite Dish: We had an opportunity to have excellent buffee breakfast here with fresh French toasts included.

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    Tomato

    by Gili_S Written Nov 26, 2010

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    Tomato is another restaurant we stopped for a snack, that was a place we stopped just before approaching the city center with a nice food and nice view.

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