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Le Foyer du Vietnam information
The ‘Vietnam Club’, with its self-proclaimed ambiance familiale (family atmosphere), might be nothing more than a long room with peeling walls and tables covered in oilcloths and plastic flowers, but everyone flocks here to feast on its hearty house specialities, ‘Saigon’ or ‘Hanoi’ soup (noodles, soya beans and pork flavoured with lemon grass, coriander and chives) included.
Dishes come in medium or large portions and the price to quality ratio is astonishing.