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Telephone
012-668 1463
Opening Hours
Today
07:00 - 16:00
Mon - Sun
07:00 - 16:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Signature Dishes
Braised Pig Stomach and Ear Fried Rice Lemongrass Free Range Chicken Vietnam Specialty Braised Pork Knuckle Vietnamese Rolls
Review (10)
Level4 2015-09-25
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I always come here for breakfast whenever I'm Kepong. This restaurant is managed by husband and wife whereby the lady boss is a Vietnamese. Nonetheless, the waiter and chef are vietnamese too. They are famous for their authentic Vietnamese noodles. I just noticed that they have changed the menu. It seems I did not visit this restaurant for quite sometime. As usual, Braised Pig Trotter Kuey Teow (RM8.50)is my order here. You can switch to other noodle such as Bee Hoon or Yellow Mee. For your information, this noodle is only available on weekend and public holiday. Without need to wait any longer, the piping hot noodle is served in front of me. The noodles came with an whole hard boiled egg and I opted for kuey teow. The Kuey Teow they served is not the ordinary one but is originally from Vietnam. It has the chewy texture and it looks translucent. The braised pig trotter was flavourful and sauce is used as a gravy to the kuey teow. Hmhm... yummy indeed!Curry noodle (RM7) is one of the signature here. The soup was pungent with lemon grass smell. If you like lemon grass then this is your cup of tea. Vietnamese coffee (RM4) is my favourite. What so special about this coffee is dripping. It takes about 10mins to have it ready. By the time you finish my bowl of noodle the coffee has finish dripping. The timing is just nice. Verdict, if you enjoy eating Vietnamese noodle. This is the place to satisfy your appetite. Do remember to order the coffee, I believe you cant get the same cup of coffee else where.  continue reading
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Level2 2013-09-27
446 views
平时吃到的越南春卷都是没有经过油炸的。想不到经过油炸的很好吃。里面充满了大量的肉碎,里面的肉碎经过腌制所以整个春卷的味道都是来自肉碎。还有用来沾春卷的酸酸甜甜的蘸料。 continue reading
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Level4 2013-08-26
202 views
This is a unique restaurant hidden in the city, Vietnamese style of food. The chef and waitress are mainly Vietnamese too. It is very crowded in the restaurant. The Vietnamese curry mee that ordered have a very unique taste. It look like normal curry mee when it serve, when you taste it, it did not have the strong santan taste, it is spicy, there are some vege, chicken slice, tau fu "pok" etc. serve with it. It is delicious and unique, not a big portion for big eater. The waitress there are not friendly, they should smile more. continue reading
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Level3 2012-07-01
139 views
Heavy is the first impression it gave me --just look at the amount of black soy sauce and the toppings.But when you put it in your mouth, you'll found the bean sprout and spring onion actually able to balance out the heavy taste from the sauce.From looking at their menu, I found this Vietnamese restaurant serve foods that are similar to Chinese food, the pork in soy sauce and all that. But once you tried, they are actually different.The Vietnamese version of all these pork-based Chinese food are way more balanced compare to the original Chinese version. We Chinese eat pork with pork but Vietnamese always eat pork with vegetable.It's weird the feeling, like you ate a very heavy meal, but it does not really felt that heavy after eating. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-28
132 views
Restaurant Kah Hing serves home-style Vietnamese fare and is also managed by a group of Vietnamese locals, located at shop lot behind Hong Leong Bank Sri Sinar, Segambut, Kuala Lumpur. What is truly magnetizing is that Kah Hing serves Pork! Menu is limited to noodles and some snacks but I felt that it is quite sufficient as you only need a few great dishes instead of a whole lot of average dishes.Appetizing Vietnamese rolls, minced pork wrapped in white netting and deep fried till crispy, full of flavor.Dip it into the pungent garlic, chili and fish sauce dip for extra oomph~ Vietnam specialty Braised Pork Knuckle, Chunks of fatty trotters are braised in a soy sauce to produce a savory and slightly sweet flavors.Vietnamese Kway Teow Mihun soup, where is a luscious soup, thin Vietnamese rice noodles/mihon and chunks of chicken slice, pork and chewy homemade fish ball completes the cast. The texture of the 'kuey teow' is different compare to those in Malaysia. good tasting food, try if you like Vietnamese! continue reading
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