Viet Food Restaurant

Block 9-1-15, Taman Kheng Tian Jalan Van Praagh 11600 Jelutong Penang

Traditional and authentic Vietnamese cuisine like pho, banh mi, and goi cuon as well as Vietnamese steamboat (hot pot) and barbecue. Enjoy your hearty meal in a mellow and low-key setting.

  • kenhuntfood.com
  • 2016-09-21 00:00:00+00:00
The newly opened Viet Food Vietnamese restaurant is certainly not short of Vietnamese competition in Jelutong area but in terms of variety and execution, it stands on its own. Housed in one of the shop houses in Taman Kheng Tian (behind Old Town Perak Road), Viet Food is not an easy spot that catches the eye. The interior is cramped and filled with Vietnamese staff that struggles to speak local dialects, not even basic English; but the place has a good showing of Vietnamese locals. We were not surprised. The menu is large enough that it took us a while to browse through; the quintessential Vietnamese eats are there as well as scatters of the unexpected (such as Balut, Banh Mi, Fish Cakes and authentic Vietnamese sweet treats). Bounteous offering, budget-friendly, authentic and top-notch food; one of the best places for Vietnamese delicacies in Penang.

Nearby

Eam Huat Charcoal Steamboat 炎发火炭炉 Restaurant

7, Medan Penaga, Kampung Batu Lanchang, 11600 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

We hope that Eam Huat restaurant is the place that recall your childhood when you grow up.

  • crispoflife.com
  • 2019-11-05 00:00:00+00:00
Our RM 188 package came with a range of ingredients such as fish maws, grouper fish slices, pork slices, cheese balls, fish balls with fillings, enoki mushrooms, prawns, abalone slices, Chinese sausages, tofu, vermicelli and etc. In our opinion, that is a competitively priced package which best shared among 6-8 adults. The soup itself offers a natural sweet taste but adding prawns to it gave the pot an elevated taste. You may request for fried shallots and chives to be added to the soup for better taste.
  • what2seeonline.com
  • 2015-09-21 00:00:00+00:00
Eam Huat Charcoal Steamboat is known for its clear flavoured soup, made by boiling chicken bones, pork bones and fish bones. The steamboat is served piping hot in a traditional metal pot with a chimney holding the charcoal.
  • kokcheehou.blogspot.com
  • 2013-11-25 00:00:00+00:00
Handmade noodle made from fish meat Tender with fish taste in every bite. I liked this very much!! :p