Mai Kitchen is a large restaurant in the back streets of Ferryden Park. On the night that we were there, I would estimate that there were about 150 people there. The acoustics of the building are obviously good as despite the number of people, it was still possible to hear – a definite plus!
We went there for the vegan options and there are many quality and varied choices. We chose spring rolls, rice noodle stir fry, lemon grass chili, sizzling vegan beef, and vegan fried rice. All dishes were generous size, great quality, and beautifully presented. Including drinks, we paid about $30 per head – great value for money.
The service is friendly and welcoming. We we able to place our order quite quickly and there was a very short wait to be served the food. Unfortunately, there was no follow up service at all, and we had to go to the counter to ask for more bottles of water, drinks, and the menu to see if wanted to order anything else. While it was busy, there were plenty of staff and more attention to detail in customer service would have been appreciated.
Summary: food excellent; service good but could be better; value for money excellent. Worth a try? Absolutely – if you like Vietnamese food, you should enjoy the Mai’s experience.
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