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DTW: Da Nang, Clawson

berkleybabe Nov 5, 2011 07:45 AM

Anybody been? Was thinking about this place for a lunch soon. Checked the menu, it's about $2 -3 more per item than the usual suspect places. Worth it?

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    VTB Nov 5, 2011 08:37 AM

    The people are nice (mom in the kitchen, son in the dining room) and the interior is very clean and classy though dark. Maybe the darkness is supposed to be a classy touch?

    The lunch food all was decent, but I recall thinking it wasn't worth the price, once I saw the bill totaled up. If you put a premium on a classy atmosphere, versus a run down Madison Hts strip mall atmosphere, then you may reach a different conclusion.

    Sorry I don't remember what I ate. It wasn't memorable and it therefore has been almost a couple years since I've last eaten there. I've been to Vietnam only once, so I don't feel qualified to comment on this restaurant's authenticity other than to say it is not too far from what I recall eating in Vietnam's big city restaurants that had English menus.

    I just peeked at the dinner menu and it's kind of got me interested in giving the place another try, some eve when I've run out of time to cook.

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      berkleybabe Nov 5, 2011 09:42 AM

      Thanks Vtom...atmosphere not worth the $, unless it was the late, lamented Annam in Dearborn. I'll stick to the JohnR/Dequindre joints.

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      boagman Nov 5, 2011 08:42 PM

      My feelings are pretty much the same as VTB's only I don't want to go back. It wasn't bad or anything, it just didn't wow me and it wasn't worth the extra dollars. If I had to put it into words I would say that they are trying to come off as more upscale than the quality of their food allows them to be.

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        donbui82 Nov 6, 2011 07:49 AM

        Its definitely cleaner than the typical Vietnamese places around Madison Heights. Is it better? Not noticeably so. Their Bun Thit Heo Nuong and Cha gio is pretty edible. I would come back and try their Ga Ri Ca since no one else around other than my own two hands offers this. Pho, Bun Bo Hue, Com Suon, etc... I think you're pretty off at Pho Hang/Que Huong/Thuy Trang.


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