The pho soup was very flavorful, with lime juice squeeze into soup, it brought more flavor out from the soup. Very appetizing and can’t stop drinking it with the rice noodle. Didn’t feel thirsty after the meal (hear say indicator whether excessive MSG was used 🙂 ). The beef slices were tender even though it were well done.
Sauteed Sliced Lamb with lemongrass, onions & crispy spring roll RM18.90 The lamb was really nicely sauteed, it was fragrant and flavourful without overpowering the natural flavour of the lamb, but still keeping the natural flavour at a minimum, so the overall olfactory experience was above satisfactory.
Grilled Lemongrass Chicken Banh Mi tastes delicious. The sauce has a good kick of spicy in it and all the ingredients goes well together. However, my boyfriend commented that the chicken tastes frozen to him. Grilled Lemongrass Chicken Banh Mi @ RM 12.90
One of our favorite cuisine is Vietnamese as it is fresh, delicious and healthy. Last week, we checked out Super Saigon Pho Cafe in TTDI and there is just so much to love about the place - the amazing decor, the delicious food and great coffee. Expect to find authentic Vietnamese dishes on the menu, inspired by Melbourne's popular Vietnamese eateries. Super Saigon uses fresh ingredients such as premium cuts of imported Australian beef, chicken, fresh herbs and aromatic ingredients to ensure every dish is executed well. Using only HALAL Certified products and suppliers, Super Saigon focuses on being the first HALAL Vietnamese restaurant in Kuala Lumpur.
Reasons to visit: Great authentic Vietnamese flavours with loads of vegetarian choices and excellent value for money. Pho, Fresh Rice Paper Rolls and the Saigon Salad were our highlights.