Vietnamese Classic Sandwich Cafe Restaurant

10, Jalan Sungai Pinang, 10150 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

Authentic Vietnamese cuisine in Penang Chào mừng các bạn đến với quán ăn Việt Nam Classic của chúng tôi

  • kenhuntfood.com
  • 2015-02-25 00:00:00+00:00
Duck Meat Soup with Vermicelli Noodles , the soup was jam-packed with the meaty flavor from the Duck (though some will define it as gamy) while the Vermicelli Noodles were carefully cooked till the right texture- not slouchy nor hard to the bite. Carnivores will be excited to see the generous serving of meat in this bowl of meat-wholesomeness. Eat it together with their marinated Garlic and Chilies for another different experience, the sour-spicy kick enhances the flavor instead of over-shadowing it. Try to believe.
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  • 2015-01-27 00:00:00+00:00
Vietnam's cuisine is greatly influenced by France, when they introduced us their Ham & Roasted Pork Sanwich , we didn't hesitate to try. The ham they used were homemade and it is very different with the western ham we usually have especially its texture and taste. We find their roasted pork eminently scrumptious, expelling the pork's aroma yet keeping the meat's moisture. They have considerably separated the cilantro in case some find its strong scent intolerable. Or else, you may sandwiched them between the bread.

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Quê Hương Tôi Vietnamese Cafe 正宗越南小食馆, Que Huong Toi Restaurant

56W, Jalan Jelutong, 11600, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

  • jazzlah.blogspot.com
  • 2018-04-02 00:00:00+00:00
不用去Vietnam也能吃到正宗好吃越南餐,从老板、厨师到服务员都是越南人,这里统统都是无法忘怀的越南味道!!
  • whattwoeathere.com
  • 2015-11-18 00:00:00+00:00
It's humble shop looks small from the outside but they can actually cater up to 20 round tables that sits 4 persons if we're not mistaken. Lovely Vietnamese place!
  • applefish.net
  • 2014-10-16 00:00:00+00:00
简单的一份鸡蛋奶油布丁加上越南咖啡冰,这种吃法还真特别,一口可以尝到鸡蛋和咖啡的香味,加上少许的冰块让这甜品有冰凉的口感。吃到我的心也融化!

Pho Viet Restaurant

496, Lebuh Pantai 10300 Georgetown Penang

Where culinary desires are met.

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  • 2017-01-12 00:00:00+00:00
Central Georgetown is a real food hub with no shortages of International cuisine... and that includes Vietnamese food. The name Pho Viet certainly rings a bell... and we were right, their specialty- Vietnamese Pho. The place was previously known as Yellow Lips (at Beach Street) but has since taken over by a new Vietnamese team that offers a variety of Vietnamese delicacies. Prices are on the higher side (20-30% higher than other Vietnamese joints in town) but they have certainly delivered the quality; service was impeccable as well. Not only did they offer complimentary dessert but they try to explain every dish in great details (they politely advised me on the correct way of eating Vietnamese Pho). If price is not your concern, do give this place a try.

ENFD Restaurant

6, Jalan Imigresen 10050 Georgetown Penang

ÉNFD /ɪnˈfəʊld/ is a down-to-earth dining space located in the heart of Penang passionate on ambitious and experimental local flavours. We strive to build honest relationships with local producers to gather the freshest ingredients. Our food philosophy, to reimagine a recipe in an unorthodox inclusion of local ingredients and flavours for those who are open and adventurous enough to experience.

  • kokcheehou.blogspot.com
  • 2017-06-01 00:00:00+00:00
Here's the location.
  • kenhuntfood.com
  • 2017-04-26 00:00:00+00:00
ÉNFD is an abbreviation of 'Énfold'- pronounced as 'unfold' with a meaning of 'gather and envelop' people through good food. It runs like a private kitchen, though walk-ins are welcome, the dining space is limited and could only host no more than 15 diners at a time. The dining hall preserves the sense of heritage with minimal interior decor; probably meant to encourage and enhance camaraderie amongst diners. It is a space that one could really talk and engage with each other. On the menu, the list of magical offering is unique and creatively crafted by the team behind ÉNFD; with focus on using Herbs and Spices ('local flavors') to intermingle with international flavors. The conservatives will find the menu too playful and to me, this is the attitude in lacking especially in the culinary scene in Penang. The brunch menu is only available on Saturdays and Sundays, from 11 am to 3 pm.

Little Ha Noi Restaurant

337-K, Jalan Perak 11600 Jelutong Penang

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  • 2016-12-05 00:00:00+00:00
The area of Jelutong is fast becoming a Vietnamese food hub, with the opening of a few Vietnamese restaurants in the vicinity. Little Ha Noi takes a strategic lot opposite to the market, highly visible from the bustling Perak Road. The Vietnamese restaurant has an impressive spread though... with easily more than 100 types of dishes on offer- the quintessential Pho, Spring Rolls, Baguette, Steamboat, Banh Xeo and whatever you can think of. The bright and charming facade exudes a welcoming vibe, while the interior decor delivers a different result- homey with shades of Chinese restaurants and the Vietnamese handicrafts and knick-knacks adorned the walls. Most of the servers do not speak local dialects but the Cashier does understand Mandarin. While we did not manage to try a lot of their dishes, most of them were above average and we were more than happy with the serving portion. A place that I would love to make another visit whenever I crave for Vietnamese eats.

Hương Quế Vietnamese Food Restaurant

37, Lebuh Melaka, 10400 George Town, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

We Serve Authentic Vietnamese Food & Tranditional Tasty Vietnamese Coffee. We Also Have Delivery Service , Please Call to our Restaurant to Make a order

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  • 2014-12-23 00:00:00+00:00
Beef Noodle RM8.70 (Pho), it is a must try in any Vietnamese Restaurant. Pho consist of fresh beef, onion spring onions and Vietnamese Flat Noodle. The soup has a hint of sweetness with mild beef and herb taste. You can opt for better beef quality by order Australia Beef RM13.70.
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  • 2014-05-06 00:00:00+00:00
Spring rolls with BBQ prawn was my favourite but be warned, this is chock full of fresh green herbs and veggies. If you can't stand the taste of leafy herbs, you might want to give this a miss. I've read comments that the rice wrapper was a little on the tough side but I really enjoyed it when dipped into the very spicy chilli sauce. The wait staff told me that they use Vietnamese chillis for their sauces which can be spicier than the local ones.
  • kenhuntfood.com
  • 2014-04-15 00:00:00+00:00
Prices are definitely reasonable but the seats are rather limited and might not be too accommodating for larger groups; be sure to make your reservation should you are planning to have a gathering or family dinner.

Petit Café Restaurant

197, Jalan Macalister 10400 George Town Pulau Pinang Malaysia

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  • 2018-06-29 00:00:00+00:00
Petit Cafe's Vietnamese Beef Noodles was good, not only that it comes with huge portion, they were very generous with the meat. The broth registered a deep beefy flavor, even better with the aid of Basil. The only thing we thought could be better improved was the noodle... a tad too soft and slouchy to our liking

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.

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