In Sapa you will find a variety of places to eat – from the stalls along the road and some touristy looking restaurants.Except of the food stalls I have not seen as many little food places like in most other places in Vietnam.
I visited Gerbera twice. It is on Cau May Road – walking down the road it is on your left side. While it was certainly one of the larger restaurants I found the place very charming, with a fireplace in the middle of the restaurant (very nice to have it when it is cold outside). The hot-pot and the other dishes I had there were very good. I can highly recommend the hot-pot and the wild boar with yoghurt. The prices there were very good – so very good value for money.