Vietnamese Restaurants in Malaysia – 64 Restaurants
renaelyng posted thegardennom.wordpress.com 76 Reviews
This is a great place to dine in, whether it be for the fabled Vietnamese coffee, or just to have a taste of Hanoi. This place boasts mainly Hanoi styled food. It’s more than just Banh Mi, and the other dishes do equally as well, if not at times better than the Banh Mi! While you’re at it, do get the drinks as well.
It's humble shop looks small from the outside but they can actually cater up to 20 round tables that sits 4 persons if we're not mistaken. Lovely Vietnamese place!
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 415 Reviews
The restaurant is a pretty nice place to enjoy your meal.
Authentic temptations from Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam beckon. From subtle, delicately flavoured delights to distinctive dishes unique to their country of origin, you’ll find dishes created by the royal family and those authentically from the humble homes of farmers. Prepared by award-winning Chef Somkhuan Wandee and presented in a fine-dining style, our serving style hence carries an interesting fusion of traditional cuisine and modern dining. The ambience is simply enchanting. Tamarind Springs is in a time and place of its very own.
I'd highly recommend this place for its ambiance, but do note though, this place has no air conditioning, so we left the place with sweaty face and sticky skin. haha! The food, was really mediocre and don't justify for the price tag.
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.
The variety of food is good but the small bowl of seafood fried rice is expensive. After paying 10% service charge not going back there. Paying extra 10% for service charge is really too much. No signboard of notice paying 6% GST and 10% service charge.
I have really enjoyed the scrumptious flavours of Vietnamese cuisine at Ăn Viet. There’s plenty of dishes that easily caters to every one of all ages. Portions are generous for the price and I would certainly return for the following dishes of Xoi Chien Phong, Banh Trang Nuong, Pho Bo, Bun Cha and Grilled Lemongrass Chicken!
Our first main dish was the Pho Beef Combination. It was a very ‘beefed up’ dish! It came with beef balls, slices, shanks, tendons and tripes. Boiled for four hours, and simmered for another two to release the beef’s oils and natural flavours, this dish is rich in flavour and texture. We could even adjust the level of spiciness of our pho with a spicy satay sauce that came with it.
The prices here are much cheaper compared to some other Vietnam food I had before.
sumptuous.blog posted sumptuousblog.wordpress.com 169 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!