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Eiffel Café has a full menu devoted to shave ice, standing next to cases filled with possible toppings—Froot Loops, chocolate chips and other sweets. A counter has prepackaged foods—goi cuon, cassava cakes, egg rolls. Behind the sneeze guard is still more—noodles, fried fish, corn on the cob, sausages on a stick, even quail eggs ready for slurping. But you notice the young man manning the place is playing on his iPad and talking in English. You see the bright, large photos behind him, proclaiming the specials. And then you remember the name: Eiffel Café. French-Vietnamese restaurants will always take special care in their offerings because they have a reputation to maintain for nuanced meals, mall stall or not.