Thursday, May 11, 2017

Wonton & Pho

 Beef Pho (rice noodle soup) - MYR12.90 nett. My friend says that this bowl of beef pho is very tasty. We now have a more affordable alternative to the one here.

 A plate of raw vegetable, beansprouts, lime and herbs to go with the beef pho.

My order of dry wanton and lean char siew (BBQ pork meat) noodle - MYR8.90 nett for a small portion. You can choose medium or large portion. Can be considered tasty but I prefer the noodle to be softer for the sake of my weak teeth.

Cold drip coffee - MYR7.90 nett.

MYR29.70 nett for 2 pax.

Wonton & Pho is located on Jalan Lazat 2 near Happy Garden or OUG Garden (same row with Bacon & Balls). Many of the old shop lots here have been converted to stylish eateries. I will try them out one by one and of course their food prices are higher than the prices charged by old coffee shops in this old neighbourhood but then we are paying for the ambiance.

20 comments:

  1. Not easy to find nice wanton noodles, but my neighbourhood food centre has two stalls which are quite nice

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    1. I don't have much expectation for wanton noodles so the majority of them I will find acceptable.

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    1. It is tasty according to my friend.

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  3. I like Pho.. I ate a lot of pho over here... the beef shanks, tendons, wow, all I Like!

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  4. I love soupy noodle but seldom take beef noodle. Not really a big fan of pho. Haha. I think I would go for your choice of dish here. ^^

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    1. Pho is rather like kway teow so you don't prefer kway teow?

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  5. Many abandoned shops with filthy cheap rentals even attracted Suchan to open there! I must check out this Pho with raw vegetables. I like.

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    1. Isn't this place quite far from your place though you used to work around this area a long long long time ago?

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  6. this place hard to get parking & a lot of kopitiam nearby...Seems like a trend to convert old shops to posh café/eatery these days.

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    1. I went during weekend and parking was quite ok, not as bad as sri petaling. May need to park further away but still within walking distance.

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  7. Ah, this.. I like but have no 'kaki' to eat with me as my hubby does not eat beef :(

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    1. your husband can eat the char siew and wontons made of oink oink meat.

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  8. Hubby and I will love the bowl of Pho! The wanton noodle with char siew looks good but I am a bit fussy with wanton noodles.

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    1. you like the noodles to be springy, al dente or soft?

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  9. Pho tastes good with the squeeze of lemon/lime! Eh but this one has lettuce which isn't common.

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    1. haha you are so sharp to spot the lettuce beneath the basil herbs.

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