Friday, January 16, 2015

Vietnam Kitchen

Rice paper prawn rolls

Beef rice roll 

I don't know the name of this dish 

Pork chop set

Beef pho

Slice beef pho

Vietnam Kitchen at One Utama

Sorry, no prices shown this time because this is a treat by a friend so I did not get to see the bill and I could not remember the prices stated in the menu. I used to eat at this restaurant back in 2008, before the renovation so it did not look like the above photo then. 

36 comments:

  1. I love Vietnamese rolls - still have some skin in the fridge, gotta make some soon.

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    1. Have you made them yet? Can't wait to read your post about them.

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  2. When I see Vietnam food, I think of rice paper rolls and pho.. I like their beef pho, very flavourful soup..

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  3. I like to try that roll and pho. I tasted the paper roll before but never pho. No good Vietnamese outlet over here.

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    1. Next time when you are over here, you can try it. :)

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  4. We have one in Ipoh, Vnam Restaurant. I have been there twice and I enjoyed my meals there. I think after this, will be making a trip there..yummy.

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    1. Ipoh has all types of restaurants just like in KL.

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  5. haha, Twilight Man just blogged about this yesterday, so did you go together with him?? muahahahahaha.. i've been to this Vietnam Kitchen twice, errr, before their renovation i supposed, and then i stopped going since i had an upset stomach and diarrhoea after eating there.. anyway, the food there are quite nice and i have to say the portion is huge especially the set, i have a hard time trying to finish them and that gave me a very bloated stomach, hehehehehehe~~ :p

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    1. He went way earlier than me I think. Maybe that day you were unlucky.

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  6. I thought the restaurant name looks kind of familiar. Like SK pointed out, TM blogged about it yesterday. But in his post I only saw the word "bras" @.@..

    I actually never had pho before in Malaysia, I only had them before in the US. I wonder if they taste the same here..

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    1. How come you only saw that word in his post? I have eaten pho in Canada before and also in Hanoi and I think they do taste the same.

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  7. Saw TM blogged about this yesterday. Been there. food was nice. I like the beef noodles

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  8. I just went to Vietnam Kitchen recently too. Don't know why but I've never liked Vietnamese fresh spring rolls....but the fried ones....that's another story!! :D

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    1. Is it because you do not like raw vegetables?

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  9. Looks like TM has posted the same thing too..ahhah

    I heart the popiah as usual..fresh and appetizing.

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    1. Hehehe, yes he did. I like the rolls too.

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  10. i like vietnamese spring roll alot! the crunchiness of the lettuce and freshness of the prawn yummmmm!!! dip it on the peanut sauce...super yummmm!

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    1. I like too! You described it so well.

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  11. I have been to Vietnam Kitchen before and I love the food. Must revisit the restaurant again one of these days :)

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  12. I like pho with some lime or lemon juice... and viet food are healthy, right? More greens than meat.. :)

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  13. Hm this particular outlet doesn't seem as good as the original one. Tried a couple of times before giving up on it. I see it mostly empty when passing by these days. But your pics look good, maybe I should try again.

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    1. Where is the original one? in SS2? But during meal hours, I see quite a lot of people there.

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    2. Yep SS2. I've also tried one in Taipan I think and it was good too.

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    3. Taipan is too far away for me though I was told that I have eaten at the SS2 outlet but for the life of me, I can't remember it.

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  14. Don't really fancy Vietnamese food but I don't mind trying

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  15. Aha! We went to same restaurant. No wonder....but I had to pay for myself.

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  16. I think the dish with cut spring roll in it is called Bobun. We have the same in the Vietnamese restaurants there.

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    1. Thanks for letting me know. Are there many Vietnamese restaurants in France?

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    2. Yes. Vietnamese and people from Indo-china were the first Asian population who migrated to France.

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    3. Then the Vietnamese food in France must be quite authentic.

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