Time Out says
New Hawaïenne serves fantastic, good value Vietnamese cooking in a down to earth atmosphere. Small and friendly, the place feels like a real haunt of regulars – plenty of people order without looking at the menu or chat with the staff. You might start with some classic boiled Vietnamese ravioli, the fine supple dough enhancing the stuffing, accompanied by some great fried ravioli with prawns, and some crunchy and flavourful spring rolls washed down with some Tsingtao. For mains, perhaps a well-balanced tamarind soup with prawns or a plate of tender beef with addictive ginger sauce. With its simple well-executed dishes for a few euros per person, the New Hawaïenne is one of our favourite Asian canteens.