The idea of Léguda based on the fact that many types of vegetables in Dalat are the best in south Vietnam. They were growth in green houses with the ideal cold weather. Many people come to Dalat just for buying fruits and vegetables here.
"So why not make it a brand?" - Said the founder. Then he named the restaurant Légumes Dalat, which means Dalat's vegetales, then cut out some letters for people to pronouce it quickly. And voilà, "Léguda" was born.
Logo explaination
How we draw a carrot and a chilli pepper
How we draw a lettuce and a daikon
The whole Léguda restaurant was built near Robin HIlls cable car system for people to come and have lunch/ dinner while waiting for the cars. Sightseeing here is marvelous: lots of green pine forests (which can rarely be found in most areas of Vietnam), mass of white fog and pleasant ammount of sunlight. The architectures did a superb job in keeping as much open space as possible.

When you enter Léguda, all you need is only 2 dollars to get a hot pot with all-free vegetables here. A true vegetables buffet. You can also pay more to get meat and mushroom which are really not expensive too. 
A sign
Leguda - Dalat Vegetables