I love good Vietnamese food, imagine piping hot Pho, soury and sweet Bun Cha, silky and succulent Banh Cuon, crispy and flavourful Banh Xeo, the list can go on and on and on. So near my office, there are a very good, good means for me authentic and delish, Vietnamese Restaurant.
The green decorated restaurant is unimpressive from the outside, but the inside is prettily decorated and gave you a felling that you've stepped into a house in a small bamboo village in Vietnam.
I was there for lunch, the menu is very interesting and price is reasonable. We got tomato soup with almond flakes as a starter.
Hubby who always want Bun Cha wherever he went, chose a lemon grass pork with vermicelli, The pork is stir fried and topped with chunks of roasted peanut, and thin slivers of iceberg lettuce give crispness to the dish. The sauce can be more sourish, but we are not complaining.
|lemon grass pork with vermicelli|
Me, always in search of good wok hei noodles ordered vegetarian stir fried flat rice noodle, I was satisfied, bit salty and sweetish with strong enough wok hei, and most important the veggies are still slightly undercooked.
|Stir fried rice noodles|
I like the food, I like the ambient, this is the restaurant where you want to bring guest to entertain. They even have a very impressive dinner menu which offers vietnamese steam boat. Wonder how will it differs to the Chinese one.
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