Vietnamese Restaurants in Malaysia – 49 Restaurants
relishbyrae posted relishbyrae.blogspot.com 15 ReviewsSuperb
Absolute Viet is another great place to fix your craving for Vietnamese food and the best thing about this Vietnamese restaurant is you pay a little for a pleasant atmosphere and good food. Isn’t that great? They have a very simple and comfortable setting for non-smoker in the restaurant, while the smokers get to enjoy their meal and the famous Vietnamese coffee overlooking the water feature in front of the restaurant. A big surprise I found in Absolute Viet when I see they serve tomato noodle soup! Frankly, that is the main reason we give it a try the first time we walked into this restaurant. That reminds me of my Vietnamese friend making me an authentic Vietnamese noodles with plenty of crab meat in tomato soup while I was visiting her in the United States, and it is very difficult to find a Vietnamese restaurant serving this since I return. At the price of only RM 9.90, I find it has similar taste of what I called the original, it is a little sour and mild in spiciness. I’m sure the taste would be further enhanced if they could replace the chicken with seafood (and that for sure will change the price as well); still it’s a very good and appetizing noodle soup, also my all-time favourite. It is always satisfying dining at Absolute Viet for the mouth-watering side dishes and scrumptious main course at very affordable price. A simple meal with 2 healthy main course and drinks would probably be around RM 30 or less, I call that an affordable damage especially when we are offered such comfortable, air-conditioned setting with music and pleasant service. This was the third visit to Absolute Viet and I know I am happy to be their regular customer.
malaysiacuisine.com posted www.malaysiacuisine.com 89 ReviewsExceptional
Vietnamese cuisine encompasses the foods and beverages of Vietnam. Regular ingredients include fish sauce, shrimp paste, soy sauce, rice, fresh herbs, fruits and vegetables. Vietnamese recipes utilize lemongrass, mint, Vietnamese mint, long coriander and Thai basil leaves. Vietnam House in 1 Utama serves great Vietnamese delicacies which was delicious and the place was beautifully decorated.
Though service is fast, the waiters/waitresses that were dashing around (clearing up tables or responding to a customer's call) came across as quite a disturbance to the patrons.
spicysharon posted spicysharon.blogspot.com 146 Reviews
Overall Rating: 7/10 for the food, environment and customer service. I would say that the dishes served is definitely value for money, for its huge portions and of reasonable taste. However, I still have slight preference for Festival City in KL but would definitely return.
The place is beautiful and cosy.The restaurant occupies an open space in the shopping center that is decorated with pretty Vietnamese lamps and plenty of drum lights.
Went there for a family lunch, with plenty of big table. Reasonable food, reasonable price, and good service. Somehow, it just doesn't appeal to me to come back (not my cup of tea). Price: * Vietnam Tea: RM 4.50 * Red Bean Coco: RM 6.90 * Sea Food Noodle: RM 13.90
If you’re looking for a place to slowly enjoy your meal and some long-winded conversations (:P ) without much distractions, you might want to give Co Do a try. Co Do has a nice ambiance; it's the kind of place where you can dine with friends and have a long chat as it's not crowded.
food2buzz posted foodtobuzz.blogspot.com 410 Reviews
The restaurant is a pretty nice place to enjoy your meal.
The prices here are much cheaper compared to some other Vietnam food I had before.
sumptuous.blog posted sumptuousblog.wordpress.com 161 Reviews
Overall this lovely lunch cost us only RM 52.60 inclusive of a 10% service charge. Reasonable isn’t? Now that our tanks are filled, it’s time to carry on with our shopping!
The food was good! The soup, was very authentic. The noodles excellent with very fresh fish.
YouHadYourLunch posted youhadyourlunch.blogspot.com 208 Reviews
A plate of watermelon and papaya served as dessert, and as we skewered our fruit on toothpicks, we agreed that while the food was nothing extraordinary, it was excellent value for money and, considering the cost, fairly decent.
very special combination set of Banh Hoi Thap Cam, which is a DIY spring roll with rice paper, pork, chicken and vermicelli, fried spring rolls, minced shrimp on sugarcane and pork balls.
d_luaz posted diaryofkayel.blogspot.com
Vietnamese Cupcake - delicious with loads of cili padi in fish sauce - 3 pcs for RM5.50. You will like this if you like dried shrimps.