The hand of Dieu? After 30 years of hard work at this nice little Vietnamese joint, Madame Thuy has handed over the reins to Dieu Linh Nguyễn. The restaurant’s name hasn’t changed but the place’s aesthetic has been given an update. Madame Thuy has taken her artisan crafts and traditional instruments with her, as Madame Nguyễn has brought in a collection of ethnic fabrics. The menu, which is now very short, focuses on pan-Asian traditions (Vietnam, Thailand, Japan). The night we went, we had a plump summer roll filled with lemongrass-marinated beef (€5.40); a flavorful beef pad thai (fresh rice noodles sautéed with tamarind sauce, vegetables and lemon, €12.90); and a banana tapioca cream for dessert (€4.50). // D.C.
FEELING THIRSTY? Beers €5.50, tea €4.50.
PRICE: Set menu €14, appetizers €3.80-5.40, mains €11.80-12.90, desserts €4.50.