The first thing that you will probably notice about this modest, fast food Vietnamese place is the line out the door. Since opening in 2011, they have gained almost a cult following especially with locals who live in the neighborhood. They were one of the first Vietnamese bistros on the scene since the Vietnamese food boom hit Prague in 2011 and are still going strong. So instead of going to McDonald’s to buy a hardly satisfying cheeseburger for 20 kč, you can pop in here for a fried or fresh spring roll for the same price. Their food is tasty and the portions are borderline huge. Take away is easy, but if you want to eat in, be prepared to stand since there is only counter space to eat at. Try the bun bo nam bo.
Now with a sit-down restaurant at Anglická 15, Prague 2 and Kodaňská 29, Prague 10
Address: Slavíkova 1, Prague 2
Non-smoking section: Yes
Credit cards: No