GreenhouseCafé • Perth, Australia
Kim chi no longer on the menu:(
Cool movie and Vietnam war propaganda replica posters. 120.000 VND
The chicken and shrimp spring rolls were best I've ever had anywhere in the world. Bun thit nuong excellent too.
Think of this as the Jamba Juice of Vietnam. They have coconut milk instead of regular milk too.
You get what you pay for: the right combo of good and cheap. Plus English, clean, and aircon
In a side by side taste test we preferred the V60 to the Aeropress. Mind you we like the pure rich bitter taste of the manually ground coffee.
The breeze is nice on a hot day but the interior is a bit tacky. 50% off during happy hour (4:45-6:45 I think). Sunset view ok but is surrounded by taller buildings
Tucked into a little lane way the avocado and chia shake was unbelievably creamy and tasty. The bun thit nuong pictured also great - not sure if best in Saigon but would order again.
The fish amok was a bit dry, but the taste of the sour soup is one we will remember
Definitely worth going to. Understanding the plight and history of Cambodians is a worthy 20-40min detour on the way from Banteay Srei (go to Banteay Srei first to avoid the crowds)
Don't get the beer. While Angkor Beer is tasty it really sucks when served lukewarm
Best table: although close to the road, the two seat side-by-side tables on the left at the entrance. Good food (not excellent), very fresh fish, but it was our most expensive meal in Siem Reap
Come here for the ice cream. Maybe not the food.
Held up to the local hype. Beyond the must-get dumplings, can also recommend the eggs xo (unique), the wallaby (think the leanest fall-off-the-bone beef ribs) and the dry-fried green beans.
On the upper level on the side away from the food there are 4 Osim massage chairs and absolutely worth the time spent in them.
Xiaolongbao are really the best. The normal dumplings are good but don't waste your time with them