Directions: Just below the lake at the intersection of Hang Bai. Trang Tien turns into Hang Khay as it passes Hang Bai.Phone: unknown
I've been here a few times and have always been pleasantly surprised. The pizzas are quite good. They are of the personal size variety but the prices reflect that, so it's fine with me.
The pasta (Carbonnara) I had was made properly (ie-no cream, just butter, egg and pepper) and tasted delicious.
The coffee is great as well. I prefer Vietnamese coffee normally, but when I have sampled the Italian roasts they have I was not disappointed either.
Salads are salads and not usually my cup of tea. They are fresh, as they should be, and taste fine.
The staff is good. A few small errors with speech but nothing major. They always try. It shows they have been trained well and they honestly seem to get better every time I come.
The decor is nothing special really. they have some great photos on the walls and all in all the place has a really nice warm feel about it. The wifi is strong and consistent as well. I love the display case they have which shows of all of the varieties of ice-cream flavors they have.
Last, and not least, we get to the ice-cream. OH MY GOD is it good. They make it on the premises. It is Italian Gelato, and they have a wide variety of flavors. The tastes are great, sweet when it should be, sour when it should be and delightful all the time.
They run promos here and there. You know that whole buy something get something deal. All in all for the prices I don't mind paying for each and every thing that I have. I have had a meal of salad, pizza coffee and finished off with a few scoops of heaven and never spent more than 250k.
Apparently they also opened a location at the Bia Hoi corner, but I have never been there. Hopefully, it will deliver the same quality.
If you like La Dolce Vita (Hang Khay)...