It's worth visiting this restaurant for the architecture alone, as it's a classic example of a tube house that is decorated with traditional furnishings such as high-backed chairs and dark wooden pillars, much like the Memorial House a few doors along the road. Though it's right in the heart of the Old Quarter, it's often quiet, especially at lunchtime, and it's worth going upstairs to the intimate balcony for a bird's-eye view of the street action. The menu includes Vietnamese classics such as stir-fries and clay-pot dishes, and everything is prepared to perfection. Staff are extremely attentive and altogether this place offers a superior dining experience at very competitive prices.