This is not a latest news, but a review to Little Vietnam could be very useful for those who are still thinking whether to go or not to go. So this Vietnamese Cuisine is just newly open at Boulevard Commercial Centre. If you know where’s Dessert Master, then you will see this just at the corner.
We visited Little Vietnam a week after the opening, just to avoid the crowd. During it’s opening we saw there’s a lot of guest of honor. It is not strange as this business is run by one of the rich tycoon in Miri. Anyhow, we were there for the food, so let’s take a look at the menu.
Frankly, the menu is too limited and even the drinks are too limited too. Looking at the price, that cost for at least RM12 per bowl, I could only only afford to dine here once in a blue moon. The specialties of the Vietnamese Cuisine are main focusing on their “PHO” which is Vietnamese Kuih Tiaw. Taste good, smooth, chewy and better than our normal kuih tiaw. At least it’s something you can’t easily get it outside.
The waitress here are from Vietnam, very cute and friendly but I hardly catch their English.
The restaurants covers with a few Vietnam Ladies paintings, and the seats are just simple wooden table and stools.
This is Beef Stew with Rice RM16.
Portion : BIG
The soup is very thick, but i found it’s a little oily and salty for me. Somehow Alex love it much
The Pho Beef.
The waitress introduce me Pho Beef. She says this is highly recommended, and I seconded it. The soup is very good, i can taste it , it’s not MSG soup but its boiled with good ingredients. Take a look at the Kuih Tiaw, the beef slice, the portion is too big until I have to give half of it to Alex.
And to make this Pho Beef even tastier, you can add in Basil Leaves, Chilies and Lemon at your own preference.
2 glasses of complimentary drinks as we did not order any beverage. They only have coffee and canned drinks. Both are not our favourite but luckily the waitress are kind enough to provide us chinese tea.
That’s not the end, it comes with another 2 pieces of complimentary kuih. Taste Good Too!
Although overall we spent RM31 for 2 bowls of expensive Kuih Tiaw, but we found that it’s actually worth to try. The portion itself its worthwhile not to say it’s ingredients and taste.
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Don’t forget to invite me along if you are going to dine there