My problem was more with the 'tude than the food, I've felt more welcome in the local Burger King than this place.I had some friends that recently went to Casa SaltShaker and didn't really enjoy it. They said the food was so-so and the prices were higher than Casa Felix.
Citygirl (et al...), I was reminded by a friend that Sunae is back in town and is open this Friday night. She went to back to the States for a few weeks (maybe a month?). Anyway, just thought that I'd pass the news along.citygirl said:Diego Felix was great & I thought the food was very well-prepared, low stress and really enjoyable. Saltshaker didn't do much for me. I'll have to try Cocina Sunae that just opened - thanks for posting the reviews
Disclosure: I am friends with Thuy and have helped her in the past a few times as a server at the restaurant or with other preparations. But I would like to wholeheartedly agree with the above comments. Her dishes are delicious. She buys quality ingredients and truly enjoys cooking for the guests. She has also responded to feedback to make the experience even better.fooddude said:I've never been to Casa Felix but I continue to hear only great things.
I have been to A little Saigon, mentioned in the originality post. Thuy, the hostess/chef is very welcoming and her great personality ads a lot to the evening and the Vietnamese Food was fantastic, especially for those of us who have been craving a little spice after a few months in BA. I definitely recommend it.
www.alittlesaigon.com (I think)