The Hanoian Style Grilled Pork with Vermicelli (RM18.90) is so good! The well-seasoned pork patties and tender grilled pork belly slices sit in a sweet and tangy broth. We scoop generous amounts over the tender vermicelli noodles. The whole dish is brightened with large sprigs of fresh herbs and lettuce leaves.
Besides the usual Vietnamese meaty rice and noodle meals, it also offers Vietnamese vegetarian recipes.
This is one of the crowds favourite which you can give it a try too. CANH CHUA NGAO NƯỚC DỪA Clam in Coconut Broth @ RM 14.90. Soup is quite solid in taste and clam is fresh. Love the balance of taste of lemon grass which is not overpowering that can taste the actual broth base.
Staying true to Vietnamese cuisine that emphasizes fresh ingredients, An Viet's colourful 'Happiness Yee Sang' features fresh Sashimi-grade Salmon complemented with 100% natural fruits and vegetables, such as banana blossom, home-made pickle, radish, dried lotus seed, green mango, roasted peanut, water apple, carrot, pomelo, and lettuce. Toss with our specially concocted Vietnamese inspired dressing infused with kaffir lime leaves for a wonderfully refreshing treat. The serving portion is good for 4-6 people and priced really affordable at only RM 39.90.
Ăn Viet has really brought more Vietnamese dishes to our shores. All dishes are made from scratch and dishes here are always consistently good. The set meals are value-for-money, especially if you’re a big eater opting for more variety in your meal. Now if only Ăn Viet opens nearer to my house, I would be enjoying more yummy Vietnamese dishes daily.
Ăn Viet, an authentic Vietnamese restaurant in Sunway Pyramid has managed to capture the essence of Vietnamese cuisine, which is known for its distinct fresh flavours and taste - from sweet, salty, sour and spicy flavours created using fresh herbs, meats and selective use of spices to reach a fine taste.
Khai Vi Tong Hop (RM13.90) offers two types of spring rolls where one is fried and another is fresh one. Both are deliciously done and appetising.
Ăn Viet is one of my favourite restaurant when I first stepped at their first outlet in The Gardens. After then, it was my usual place whenever I am in The G...
Verdict: Ăn Viet is unquestionably a good place to head to for some authentic Vietnamese cuisine. As far as the food was concerned, I had no complaints on the food we tried that day. There are still items that I wish to try such as Deep Fried Sticky Rice Puff with Green Mango Salad & Grilled Lemongrass Chicken, Claypot Fish & Pork Belly with Caramel Sauce and Hanoi Style Grilled Pork with Vermicelli, who want to join me for next visit?
Verdict: Pretty decent Vietnamese food. Try the banh mi, cha ca la vong, bun cha, and canh chua ngao nuoc dua.
Based on our observation, Ăn Viet is one of the busiest restaurants in Sunway Pyramid. Besides the standard pho, Vietnamese spring rolls and banh mi, their menu also offer some of the more unique dishes like bun cha and cha ca. For me, that’s the defining factor that sets them apart from the other Vietnamese restaurants in KL
Phở Gà Set (RM19.90) is a soup dish with bánh phở, a type of flat rice noodle that resembles shahe fen (沙河粉). Unlike the usual beef recipe, this soup is derived from chicken broth. The soup also contains tender slices of chicken. I think the beef version is tastier, but this still works for people who do not take beef.
The clams were so fresh and sweet while the broth was a good balance of salty, sweet, sour and hot flavours. So, so, so good that polished the bowl clean, leaving not even a drip of broth available.