During our visit, this outlet was super busy, however service was pretty efficient. From the menu, we learnt that their lead chef, Kenny Ton Ngoc Hiep is a true blood Vietnamese, with over 20 years experience in Vietnamese cuisine, hence you can be assured of the authenticity of their dishes.
On their menu, you will find traditional street dishes such as pho, banh mi, banh cuon, Vietnamese coffee and dessert. We ordered one appetizer to share, and a main course each. First to arrive was the Vietnamese Spring Roll (RM8.50 for 3 pcs), crispy, deep fried spring rolls with minced pork filling. The spring rolls were topped with some deep fried pork lard as well as crushed peanuts, and served with nuoc cham dipping sauce.
I was happy to see pho (beef noodle soup - RM17.90) on the menu, as I have been craving for it for a while. The pho soup is made by boiling imported Australian beef with various spices and then topped with rice noodles, beansprouts, fresh herbs, red chillies, thinly sliced beef and beef balls. Squeeze some lime over and enjoy! I definitely enjoyed this - the soup was clear yet very flavorful and comforting. Absolutely pho-bulous!
Hubby had the Famous Vietnamese Baguette (RM10.90), aka banh mi with a variety of fresh and pickled fillings. The baguette is not as crispy and light as this other Vietnamese place, however the filling here, consisting of pork liver pate, meatloaf, roasted pork, pork ear terrine, coriander and pickled vege was very tasty. Overall, an enjoyable banh mi.
Opening times: 11am to 10pm daily.
Price: Total bill RM43.25
Location: Restaurant Pho Vietz, No. 2 Ground Floor, Jalan Radin Bagus 7, Bandar Baru Sri Petaling, 57000 Kuala Lumpur.
Tel: 03-9055 4016
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