VERY expensive for horrid dishes.
I was astonished that ABQ Magazine voted this best Vietman. This is the worse restaurant I have ever eaten in. The food was bland and sickening. It was garbage. I was sick for two days after eating the chicken. It is beyond awful. Obviously who ever voted it best has no taste buds. The spring roll was tiny & the same price of the real Viet restaurants but remove all the condiments that the others include. Bad Bad & AWFUL! My dish went to the rodents.
We were extremely insulted by the poor wine tasting with microscopic tidbits: 1 snail & 1 oyster with 2 splashes of wine wine & a tiny piece of meat with a button of potatoe & a fraction of a bison rib with 4 splashes of red wine. No dessert & we never saw the bottles of wine. The list was absolutely ordinary, nothing unusual. What do they think that they can rip off regular customers? This was obviously a plan to make a bundle of money without much to offer except the Zinc "former" reputation.
Food is authentic German but were is the beer?
A bit pricey & we all wish they would add a sandwich of the week. Tired of the same old ones.
The calamari was so sweet we could not eat it. The scallops were not in a spicy sauce & the fish broth was ugh. The chicken ravioli claimed an Amatriciana sauce but you could not taste any "Guanciale" (similar to pancetta) & I doubt they used pecorino cheese.
The food is pretty tasteless. Had a long wait. Salad came without dressing. Never got any bread. For their Wine tasting, they should have used thimbles since the pour was poor.
Especially the garlic tuna
The Filet of Sole was awful & so dry one could choke on it. Nothing was mouthwatering but shockingly poor. None of the wines we ordered were in stock & no adjustment was made for this. I am stunned that this restaurant survives. It was also empty. No stars from us.