Trinh Restaurant may be a little shack on the side of the road with a few tables out front, but no one who dines here leaves unsatisfied. They all have nothing but excellent things to say. There is no extensive menu here, but this only means that whatever is available is made to perfection. A favourite among patrons is the pork in clay pot, lemongrass shrimp, and the fried squid rings. There is also an alcohol menu, and the gin and tonic go well with any dish you order. Despite Mui Ne having many options to dine in, you will find yourself returning here time and again during your stay – sometimes for breakfast, sometimes for lunch, sometimes for dinner, and sometimes for all three.