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Pork free Vietnamese restaurant with good service. The price is quite reasonable considering that it is in KLCC. The Pho is really tasty and so is the fried seafood noodles. Dripped coffee is not bad too.
We walked by and it looked decent enough for a casual lunch. The combo rolls is very good although the dips is a little lame. The chicken salad with lime and basil is also good quality but as little bland in the dressing. The mixed...bed noodle got the right condiments off lime, raw bean sprouts and basil but the broth and the mixed beef ingredients is also mediocre. But overall still pleasant and a safe bet for a quick Vietnamese meal.More
The only Vietnamese restaurant I’ve found in KLCC mall so decided to check it out.
It wasn’t too packed at lunch hour. Ordered the recommended dish on their menu, beef pho. The soup tastes ok but the beef was a bit tough (over cooked). It...was pricey for the small portion served.More
Terrible service, food did not arrive after more than 30 mins. Asked a waiter after I noticed another customer who came later get their order and told to wait.
A few minutes later I was asked to make a new order. I walked off!!
The food (which naturally is the most important) was only 'OK', so-so or perhaps just not to my taste, The fresh spring rolls didn't taste authentic; some herbs may have been missed out; and the peanut sauce seemed to be a watered down version of...the real thing. The rice rolls were the tastiest, and had the most authentic flavour. The dry noodles with beef was tasty enough, although the soup that came with it was only lukewarm. The seafood salad had fresh prawns and squid but the dressing lacked the classic Vietnamese balance of salty and sweet.
For dessert we chose the more classic 'che' which was translated to Vietnamese cendul with mung bean. The taste was fair but the coconut milk used was very very thin and watered down, unlike the real ones you get in Vietnam which are think and creamy.
Service was pretty good and very fast, given that we went during peak lunch hour.More