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Telephone
03-5631 6617
Opening Hours
Today
15:00 - 22:00
Mon - Fri
15:00 - 22:00
Sat - Sun
10:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Alcohol served
Pork-free
Restaurant Website
https://www.facebook.com/MekongHouse
Signature Dishes
Grilled Eggplant with Minced Chicken Lotus Seed Fried Rice with Egg Vermicelli with Grilled Lemongrass Beef
Review (9)
Level4 2014-11-13
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This is the first time I come to Taylor's University Lakeside campus and was awed by the restaurants by the lake. After going from cafe to cafe, we finally decided to eat at Mekong, after my friend found Old Town to be closed by 7pm. It is pretty cool to eat here by the lake which even had 2 geese. I ordered the Claypot Glass Noodles (at an affordable price of RM 12.90) which came with 50% portion of a lot of seafood and vegetables. It was the best claypot glass noodles I ever had in my life. The amount of ingredients are enough to make me ecstatic. The seafood is also quite fresh. The Iced Lime Juice (RM 3.90) came with 7-Up as the base that gave it the fizziness. I am definitely revisiting this place earlier in the evening so I could enjoy the atmosphere and ambience.  continue reading
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Angry Chicken RM6.90Deep Fried Quail Egg & Mince meat coated with bread crumbsI was attracted to the illustration on the menu so I decided to order this. Cute isn't it? =DIt tasted not bad The "chicken" was really crunchy on the outside, tender in the inside. It goes reall well with the spicy chilli sauce Young Coconut RM6.90IntThe coconut flesh was tender. Mango Milkshake RM7.90The milkshake was really refreshing. A perfect drink on a warm, humid day =) The mango taste was really strong and subtle, definitely not a cordial drink! *thumbs up!* continue reading
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Level3 2013-07-10
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Iced Vietnamese Drip Coffee. This is probably the best Vietnamese Drip Coffee I have ever tried in Malaysia. Wait for the coffee to drip into the small glass, stir it well together with the condensed milk, and pour it skillfully (or it will be all over the table) into the bigger glass filled with ice. Take a sip before the ice starts to melt and enjoy the fragrance!If you don’t want it to be overly sweet, do not stir all of the condensed milk together, and when you pour it into the bigger glass, do not pour the remaining condensed milk into it as well.Fresh Spring Roll. I specifically ordered one without mint leaves, because I never like the taste of a mint leave. It was quite okay, although slightly tasteless. However, if you are perfectly fine with mint leaves, perhaps it would be a good starter for a meal.Lemongrass Chicken with Rice. This is one of my favorite in Mekong House, and I wasn’t already new to it. The fragrance of lemongrass was always strong, with a little bit of spiciness. Still, I was never satisfied with the fact that the sauce was always too little, and chicken breast was usually served together instead of chicken thigh or drumstick.Additionally, their waiters and some of the waitresses are extremely friendly. Of so many visits, I have never seen annoyed faces no matter how troublesome some of their customers were, and they’re always prepared to help anyone whenever necessary. continue reading
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Level4 2013-02-26
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I did not expect this dish to appear on the menu of a Vietnamnese restaurant. I was in the mood for something salty and fragrant, so this dish was ordered. The prawns still have the shells on, which I find it a little difficult to eat, even slower eating process when the size of the prawn is small. For students who are rushing for classes, they might want to order something else. Aside from that, the salted egg yolk coating was pretty awesome. The prawns were fresh hence sweetness and bouncy texture was still present.Food that involves salted egg yolk naturally tastes nice, isn't it? continue reading
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Level4 2012-12-20
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I wasn't very impressed with an earlier dish I had here but the chicken chop with rice was recommended by a friend. At RM 13.90, it's not something I would have often. The chicken is fantastic! It's still juicy and tender and tasted like teriyaki. A sweet-sour sauce is provided which amps up the taste but I think the chicken already tastes great on its own. Soup's not bad and rice was slightly too hard. They forgot my friend's order as the place is quite busy so make sure to remind the waiter. continue reading
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