Before this Viet Ville Restaurant became popular in this remote area in Puerto Princesa, this land was previously set up by the United Nations as home of Vietnamese refugees in 1975. After 16 years of waiting for Communism to be over on their own country, 200 of these refugees decided to settle in (while the rest went back to their home land or migrated to different countries) and ran noodle factory and a few restaurants. Later on it became one of Palawan's tourist spots.
Unfortunately today, this village is running out of Vietnamese. It was like we arrived in a ghost town. The waiter from the restaurant was even a Filipino so we decided to dress ourselves up like Vietnamese (for rent). While waiting for our food to be served, we had a short Cosplay and it was fun. I know what you're thinking. Who could have wore those dresses before us. LOL! Nah... We had fun anyway.
This restaurant is 20 minutes away from Rainbows Pension Inn. We hired a tricycle driver to take us there and drop us off at the Inn after dinner for Php 200.00.