Saturday, May 24, 2008

Little Vietnam

19 May 2008 @ Little Vietnam, Midvalley

Before we watch Prince Caspian, we had dinner at Little Vietnam. It is situated on the 3rd floor [top floor].


This is my second time having Vietnamese food. First time was at a hawker stall in Puchong just the day before I went to Little Vietnam.

Beef Stew with Rice, smells really nice [eh? it rhymes]


Chargrilled Lemongrass Chicken Rice


Cold Vermicelli with Vietnamese Chicken Sausage and Spring Roll


Vietnamese 5-coloured Mixed Rice [looks like Korean's Bibimbap]

I ordered the 5-coloured Mixed Rice and it's really special. There're celeries, prawn crackers, lotus seed, star fruit, le-tooce lettuce and some crunched peanuts. Oh, and of course there're rice to mix everything together before you eat.

And if you're a coffee lover, do try out their Vietnamese coffee specially brewed right in front of you through a stainless steel filter sitting on top of your glass.

Looks pretty cool but me no coffee lover, so don't ask me about the taste. Smells not bad though.

I was quite satisfied with the overall food in here. They also let you refill you tea unlimited times [if you order tea lah]. Not a bad place to dine if you're looking for a change of taste. Billy, out.

p.s. sorry for the poor quality of photos =P

6 comments:

deyan said...

haha...
It is a good place to try Vietnamese food. The food is nice but the portion is just like their name, Little Vietnam.

chuafc2006 said...

i tried their food before... not bad...hehe

Billy said...

[deyan]
Haha... I think the portion is quite OK. Don't eat so much ah.. Look down and see your tummy lar.. =P

[chuafc2006]
Yup, not bad. But a lot of beef dishes and I can't eat beef. =(

-waiseng- said...

me wanna try their coffee. Looks nice

nomark said...

guy, u make drooling now~ keke..
btw, i got vietnam coffee powder and the steel filter..
wanna try a cup of vietnam coffee?? b4 i move back to penang, hahah...
but seriously... my vietnam coffee taste suck.. i have no skill to make it[paiseh-ing]

Billy said...

[waiseng]
Yea, go check it out. But you have to wait 15-20 minutes for the coffee to drip slowly into the glass before you start drinking. =)

[nomark]
Fuiyo, you bought the things from Vietnam ah?
Hehe.. Maybe you can make one for me after you master how to brew a nice Vietnam coffee lah. =P

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