Restaurant Lan Rừng Số 2, Trần Hưng Đạo , Tp. Vũng Tàu , Bà Rịa-Vũng Tàu Published on: 27-07-2016
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Why lan Rung is special ?
Lan Rung restaurant on Tran Hung Dao is centrally located (adjacent to the iconic Hung King statue where Tran Hung Dao meets Hoang Hoa Tham), and spacious - offering seating choices from 1 or 2 to large groups.
- Enjoy this wonderful place
- Good coffee over looking the ocean
- Excellent food with seaview
- Great view, friendly staff, good location
- Good seafood and nice location
- Noise level Normal
- Budget Medium
- Alcohol NO
- Air condition NO
- Had kid menu NO
- Accept credit card NO
- Serve breakfast YES
- Serve halal NO
- Serve vegeterian NO
Lan Rừng Số 2, Trần Hưng Đạo , Tp. Vũng Tàu , Bà Rịa-Vũng Tàu
Tips for you
Nice restaurant: good sea view, foods are nice, not so crowded like some other restaurants near by.
“Wonderful location and ambience” My daughter and I went here to give ourselves a special dinner treat away from street food and hotel menus after a couple of days in Vung Tau. The hotel staff recommended it as a "very good restaurant" and arranged a taxi for us immediately. We were shown a table by the sea wall with views directly onto the bay, but all very dark, gloomy and scant lighting. So we moved into the main area of the restaurant out in open spaces between gardens and ponds, with tables not so close together. It was a delightful setting and the resort/restaurant seemed to be a place favoured by locals rather than visiting western tourists. This suited us fine and we then tackled the large task of selecting something from a very extensive menu. In the end, I looked for a steak dish as I was hungry for something familiar. I chose a fillet steak that came with salad and french fries, plus green peppercorn sauce. Now I must say my expectations were for something pleasing but average ... however I was delighted that the steak was both delicious and mouth-wateringly tender, so the meal was a stunning success. My daughter had a plate of "cha gio" and we shared this, pronouncing it really excellent quality and very tasty indeed. She also had a fisherman's basket which was quite acceptable, although the calamari rings were rather chewy. We decided to explore the dessert selections and had mixed success. My daughter ordered a "creme brulee" which was magnificent. I had the Vietnamese cheesecake ("banh mi pho mat") which was the exact opposite and so we left that one and shared her choice. Margueritas and pina coladas rounded out the experience at Lan Rung (note the capital L) and the whole bill came to AU$ 60. Lan Rung is a good choice for a special place to eat out and while the staff are not quite up to professional standards, they are happily cooperative and helpful, though not speaking much English. No matter, as I speak conversational Vietnamese and that helped to generate interest too.