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The Address is wrong it should be 221 Le Than Ton!
I've been visiting Dung since about 2004 for suits and shirts, with my most recent visit in March 2018.
Pricing is always good, not the cheapest option in HCMC, nor the most expensive. I...More
Went here as the rating was good. We bought our own fabric and sample of the traditional Malay attire (baju kurung) to be tailor. They quoted us around VND525,000.00. So we end up making it at a tailor nearby Ben Thanh which cost us VND400,000.00...More
Have had around 12 shirts done here. They have all lasted between 6 to twelve months and are all in good condition still.
Had a three-piece dinner jacket make, looks great, fits really well after 2 fitting and was made in less than three days....More
Was somewhat worried about getting work done here (suit plus two shirts) after reading some of the reviews but were happy with results.
Easy to pick the design...they have a booklet that is very straightforward and you pick what you want from this "menu" so...More
Dung's tailors are professional! They offer good Quality textile and neat tailored skill. But problem is manager and owners mind. If some customer visit Dung again, Owner and manager need to be more kind to the customer. I have been there many times, but they...More
Did a blazer and 6 shirts.
I was picky on the design and etc, but the staffs were attentive and patient.
However, do not expect top notch quality from this shop with the amount u paid for.
Nevertheless, i would say USD 16 tailored shirt...More
USD 130 for a jacket, 30 for trousers, 18 for a skirt. This is in the mid price range for Vietnam yet the service and quality is more aligned to a low end tailor at half this price. It is located in a tourist trap...More
The Suits we purchased were quite nice except for one detail. There is no opening at the end of the jacket sleeve where the buttons are. The sleeves are stitched and hemmed like a cheap mass produced jacket and buttons stitched near the seam. When...More