Cycle is a no thrills, authentic Vietnamese eatery. There are tables and stools to perch on and the kitchen can be seen from the back of the restaurant as the cooks rustle up tasty dishes from South East Asia. The signature dish is called Pho - a steaming hot broth that is seasoned and used as a cooking aid for the meat that you choose. Additional compliments to the bilingual menu include spring rolls and sour cream filled pastries called golden triangles.
If you've ever been to Vietnam you may well feel like you're on the streets of Hanoi again as the food really does bring you close to the traditional dining of the restaurant's homeland. Dishes aren't pricey and a meal will set you back between NT$200 - NT$400. There isn't a huge selection of drinks, particularly alcoholic, but come here for the food if nothing else.
No.377, Sec. 4, Ren’ai Rd., Da’an Dist., Taipei City 臺北市大安區仁愛路4段377號 , Taipei, 10693View Larger Map
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