Ăn Viet - Gurney Plaza Restaurant

170-B1-32A, Basement 1 Gurney Plaza Persiaran Gurney 10250 Georgetown Penang

Ăn Viet, which literally means "Eat Viet", is a casual dining restaurant serving authentic Vietnamese cuisine. Ăn Viet strives to remain true to our food-losophy of using quality ingredients to produce made-from-scratch and cooked to order dishes.

  • stevengoh.com
  • 2018-10-24 00:00:00+00:00
Canh Chua Ngao Nước Dừa – RM14.90. Clam in Coconut Broth, the coconut broth was cooked with cherry tomato, ginger slices, chili and spring onions. The sourish and spicy soup was so tasty. In fact there is not much coconut taste in this dish. The clams were fresh and plentiful.
  • tasteiest.com
  • 2018-09-03 00:00:00+00:00
We are very impressed with Vietnamese Beef Noodle which came with various part of beef and it taste so good, soup taste sweet with strong beef taste, slice beef is extremely soft while beef tendon so springy.
  • crispoflife.com
  • 2018-08-15 00:00:00+00:00
The real deal we discovered at the restaurant is the Hanoian Style Fish with Turmeric & Dill (RM 22.55). This specialty dish originated from Cha Ca La Vong Restaurant and was named by US's MSNBC as the 5th of top 10 places you must visit before dying, and is famous til the street it is located has been renamed after it! The fish is soft, flaky and unique on its texture. If we were to compare, we would say it was something like Unagi with a nice smoky flavor. The vermicelli, when topped with the soup, fish, peanuts and herbs gave a layering of dimension to enjoy.

Nearby

Mekong Vietnamese Restaurant Restaurant

403 Jalan Burmah 10350 Pulau Tikus Penang

  • kenhuntfood.com
  • 2017-07-17 00:00:00+00:00
Penangites have professed their love for Vietnamese food and there's an increase in new Vietnamese restaurants to keep up with the burgeoning demand. Mekong Vietnamese Restaurant is one of the few newly opened Vietnamese joints in Penang. Unlike most Vietnamese restaurants, Mekong takes on a more sophisticated approach. The restaurant has a proper setting sans the Vietnamese frills, it did not create a very "Vietnamese" atmosphere but the Vietnamese-focused menu proven otherwise (we believe the restaurant is manned by Vietnamese). It has all the signature Vietnamese dishes that any Malaysian can possibly name; price points are however, higher than expected. Also, the restaurant is still new and do expect some delays with the food orders.