Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Sapa Rooms Boutique Hotel, Sapa, Vietnam











Finding great food in Sapa was difficult. I found most places we tried at best bland. Sapa Rooms Boutique Hotel however does have a reasonable menu. Not everything on it is extremely tasty but there are a few staples that are worth coming for. Homemade yoghurt with fresh fruit, Lavazza coffee (a welcome break) and flavourful salads (pumpkin and banana flower - two popular choices) deserve your Dong. I highly recommend skipping the below average breakfast offered at most hotels and head to Sapa Rooms Boutique Hotel for some thick French toast served with caramelized bananas, sapa honey and fresh passionfruit or the lemon souffle cakes - light citrus pancakes with fresh fruit. Food served has no MSG, makes use of many local ingredients and there are some organic options too. Sapa Rooms Boutique Hotel is also involved in lots of community projects and seems to have a general motto of "do good." It is a welcoming place to pass the afternoon happily escaping the endless parade of vendors and dampness of the outdoors. Cosy, clean and well put together, Sapa Rooms Boutique Hotel's restaurant is a pleasing retreat.

Sapa Rooms Boutique Hotel
18 Phan Xi Pang Street
Sapa, Lao Cai
Vietnam
(+84 20) 6505 228
info@saparooms.com
http://www.saparooms.com/

1 comment:

  1. Hello Ms Tindall, thank you for your support for our organisation. My team and I are pleased you enjoyed your time in Sapa, it seems like you really sampled a lot of our menu whilst you were in Sapa... That is great. Next time when you come you should consider joining our cooking classes at www.hmongmountainretreat.com

    Thank you very much
    Pete Wilkes
    Managing Director

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