If you miss Vietnam this is the next best place. We ordered Chicken Pho, Spring Roll Vermicilli and Sour Prawn Soup. All met my expectations.
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The chances of getting a table at this place on a weekend is pretty high. The service staff were friendly and welcoming. The menu has all the usual suspects; pho, prawn rolls, banh mi, crispy pancake, rice dishes etc. For drinks, it has various juices...More
The restaurant is located in the open area of Cheras Leisure Mall. Prices are pretty much normal shopping mall prices. Variety of Vietnamese food is good, tasty with big portions.
It is located on the groundfloor of the Leisure mall. It is in an open space. sitting is ample a fully a/c. they have the pho bo and bamn mie. they are more like local version, nothing like the authentic beef noodles you have in...More
the food quality was average and the picture on menu does not relate to the actual dish served. went there near closing time but still received with a warm welcome.
I went to this place with my family.. We had a wonderful time there.. The food was just wow/great... They have many types of combo's which is a great thing.. The food was served hot and full of taste.. This place is worth going to...More
by the way..i am looking for the master chef.if im not mistaken the name of him is HEAP(spelling im not sure)..heap..if saw my message please call back..i have something important need your assist..thank you tommy 012 9915773
Was out for the day with friends and decided to have Vietnamese food for lunch, an ohhhhhh boy was i happy we did….. its not 100% like you would have in Vietnam but its very very good and the service is good as well. I...More
A nice variety of vietnamese food. I am not very adventureous, so I had a hard time deciding. The waitress helped me pick something not too intimidating which was very appreciated. Very friendly staff.
When I say a little bit, I really mean just a little bit.. For someone who has been to Vietnam quite a few times, food here is hardly close to the original. The Pho used is local kuey teow. Haha. Ok, to be fair, the...More