12, Jalan Lazat 2, Taman Bandaraya Petaling
58200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Tel : 6012-696 6942
FB : Wonton & Pho
Business Hours :
Mon – Sun 10 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Thanks to the wonderful invitation, I recently went to Wonton & Pho, a casual restaurant serving delicious comfort foods at valuable prices to the folks living around Happy Garden Kuala Lumpur. True to its name, their menu feature a range of popular Vietnamese Cuisine and mouth-watering Chinese Delicacies in a relaxing dining environment.
Wrapped using rice paper with ingredients like cooked shrimp, rice noodles, and plenty of fresh herbs as well as vegetables for flavour and crunch, these light and healthy Goi Cuon (RM7.80) are one of Vietnamese’s famous street foods. Accompanied with peanut dipping sauce, these Spring Rolls are perfect for hot-weather appetizer or light lunch.
Served with rice noodles, beef slices, meat balls, fresh bean sprouts, lime, cilantro and basil leaves in flavourful bone stock, Pho Bo Vietnamese Beef Noodle (RM12.90) is a common food in Vietnam where local people will consume it at any time of day.
Com Tam Mixed Pork Rice (RM15.90), perfect for quick lunch or comfort dinner, served together with big portion of flavourful grilled pork chop with a balanced mix of sweet and savory taste.
Bun Cha Gio (RM11.90), a popular refreshing noodle salad dish in Vietnam served with many ingredients including rice vermicelli, mint leaves, basil leaves, minced pork, crushed peanuts and deep fried spring roll. Pour in suitable amount of the mixed fish sauce according to your preference before dig in with enjoyment.
This is a very traditional Vietnamese dish called Thit Kho (RM17.90), juicy pork belly and eggs slow-braised in young coconut juice. Just look at the fat, it is satisfying good and not oily at all.
There’s just something so addictively good about their Wonton Noodle (RM8.90 small / RM9.90 medium / RM10.90 large). Is it because of the springy egg noodles, the savoury sauce, or chef homemade BBQ char siew with balanced portion of lean and fat meat? Try it yourself and let me know what’s your credit?
Freshly wrapped upon customer order to ensure the quality, you can also get the Wonton Soup (RM6 5pcs / RM12 10pcs) separately in a la carte menu. For Fried Wonton (RM5 5pcs / RM10 10pcs), chef will chill it inside the fridge before deep fried till golden brown perfection to get the crispiness.
Chef Soo’s special recipe of his flavourful Hometown Curry Chicken (RM15) will treat your taste buds to a tantalizing experience with pineapple added in for that tinge of sweet sourness addictive taste.
Wash down all the hearty goodness with their Cafe Phin (RM7.90), a traditional Vietnamese coffee brewed using a small metal drip filter. If you like your coffee on the sweeter side, add in some condensed milk to balance up the taste.
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