I’ve heard about KOTO for a while now but haven’t tried their restaurant. KOTO is short for Know One Teach One.
According to their website, “KOTO is a not-for-profit restaurant and vocational training program that is changing the lives of street and disadvantaged youth in Vietnam.” So how could you not drop by and enjoy a meal?
Luckily, they opened a restaurant at Kumho Link replacing Givral Cafe at the rooftop, where it was more accessible to me. 😛
For my first dining experience, I just tried out the combo lunch (2 viands) with a friend (Thanks Katrina as usual!).
Katrina had the pork and shrimp in a clay pot & cha gio, while I had the pork barbecue & cha gio. Each combo is served with vegetable soup and sauteed veggies. Not bad for 150,000 VND.
This was more than enough for lunch! The ingredients were fresh and the food is absolutely delicious! And the staff were professional and accommodating!
I am so glad that they set-up shop in Kumho!
Kumho Link Rooftop
39 Le Duan St., District
Can you tell us more about the KOTO program? I’d be interested to hear your experience of it in action!
The look so delicious, I read that Vietnam has one of the weirdest yet most delicious meals.
I love trying new things and Vietnam just made my bucket list, there’s too much news on them I need to go see for myself.