Bảo Lộc is a city of Lâm Đồng Province in the Central Highlands region of Vietnam. Bảo Lộc is famous for its registered trademark: B'lao tea. As of 2003 the town district had a population of 151,915. The district covers an area of 229 km². The district capital lies at Bảo Lộc.
3.5 based on 18 reviews
This restaurant is a very popular tour bus stop restroom stop on the way to the Mekong River. Returning from the river this is the lunch stop for many tour buses, The meal is a sample of Vietnamese dishes served family style, Service pleasant and efficient. The grounds are very nicely landscaped. The gift shop is large with an excellent selection of quality Vietnamese products at very reasonable prices, Hope this helps.
4 based on 9 reviews
Our hotel recommended this place. We liked the decor and the lively atmosphere. We were told the restaurant was usually busy but on that day, it was raining.
Service was fast, waiters were friendly, and we liked the food. We had hotspot, salmon sashimi and salad. VND 600,000 for three of us.
I thoroughly recommend this restaurant.
4.5 based on 11 reviews
We decided to stop in Bao Loc for a late lunch, after a week-end in Dalat area. Finally we located Donatoss Pizza on the map, allthough it did not correspond to Google maps.
Pizzas were good, language mainly Vietnamese and prices reasonable. Nobody else in the restaurant when we came at 02:30.
Much better than to stop at the usual lunch eateries along the main road.
5 based on 5 reviews
We had a nice breakfast at this cafe. I had a very nice beef stew (bo kho) and boyfriend had an excellent bo ne. The service was fantastic. The staff was very friendly and helpful. A few of the staff members spoke superb English. It was a rainy morning and they offered to make my Vietnamese coffee more of an Americano. =) We talked for a long time with Quyen and she even recommended places for us to try in the other towns we'll be visiting! Definitely worth stopping by if you're in this town.
3.5 based on 2 reviews
Went alone on a weekday night. Place seema more for the richer folks here. Nonethless, still a nice place to chill though only the manager speaks english
4.5 based on 3 reviews
The sandals are a place where cultural and tourist links for the golden triangle: Sai Gon - Nha Trang - Bao Loc. The Sandals designed in a 4000 m2 garden, painted a poetic natural image. "Double Step - creative - satisfy passion" The sandals serve breakfast and coffee in the beautiful space with the beauty from the natural air and land and make people comfortable when you arrive here.
Doi Dep is an impressive, spacious park-like coffee shop and ice cream parlour. You can sit in the open or sit in one of several covered 'rooms'. Six months ago the place was spotless, yet signs of tropical weather impact are showing in the torn shade cloths of the sun parasols. Hopefully the management will keep it up.
5 based on 1 reviews
The sandals are one of the largest coffee shops in Vietnam. Want to bring satisfaction to customers should invest in facilities as well as equipment, modern technology, staff trained professional.
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