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Our Vietnamese Food At Vnam Kitchen Restaurant, Ipoh

I didn't show any of the food pictures yesterday... leaving the Best for today.. *Big Laughter*   One of my friends suggested Vietnamese food and since I had not been there before, I was ALL for it.  I never thought of this place, Vnam Kitchen Restaurant here in town.  A very good suggestion actually... the last time I took Vietnamese food was in Sacramento, the Pho is a very common sight there.

Back to Ipoh, the Vnam was kind of special.... the staff were friendly and nice too.  I was "super hungry" by the time I reached the place, 8pm or so... we quickly ordered some noodles to soothe our stomach...
 Not sure what it is called... but I was delighted with the basil leaves and all..
I like the hot soup too with a dash of lime juice...
and I think it would be great with more of that lime/lemon... 
 The noodles come with this plate of lemongrass marinated meat...
 It comes in a set of noodles plus meat... RM9.90 
As for some side orders, we agreed to their special platter of appetizers... RM26.90
So grateful to this "Leng Chai" (handsome guy) who "demo" to us how it is done....
To make sure we know how to do it the next time, I took quite a number of pics... ahemmmm..
Not sure why the camera angle was not on the Food... hmmm...
Right, I guess everyone are "all smiles" to seeing the demo of a wrapped springroll...
There... it is done... original Vietnamese style...

Here is the "First Piece"... 
Dipped into their special sauce and into my mouth.... 
hmmmmm.... I wanna go for the 2nd piece after that! 


Oh, before we left, the Lady Boss gave us a small gift to the three of us... 
Such a nice gesture and we reciprocated her with our birthday cake.. :)
A very nice gathering with my friends indeed...
We are indeed Blessed.. 



In case you want to try, here is the address:
Vnam Kitchen Restaurant
No 32, Jalan Seenivasagam,
30450 Ipoh, Perak, Malaysia

Comments

  1. Will that be special service to wrap the spring roll? hehehe...

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    1. Yes, he comes with the special service.. hahaha... Thank you, Angeline!

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  2. Interesting! I like Vietnamese food, healthy and full of herbs, particularly beef noodles and spring rolls!

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  3. Wahhhhh!!!! Food looks good, plus special souvenir some more and yes, the waiter's good looking eh? Slurpssss!!!! Gotta have our own Vietnamese spring rolls soon! Super-suka!!!

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    1. I must go there once again... my kids havent try their food yet.. :)

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  4. Cham lor!!!!..focus your camera too much at the leng cai instead of the food. First set of food quite cheap. Cute & nice gift.

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    1. Now still wondering why the camera is not on the food .. hahahaa... Yes, cute gift...

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  5. Wonder how's the taste of the wrapped springroll? hehe...

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    1. To me, it is nice..ep with the 'rojak' sauce... Hahaha

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  6. I yet to try Viet food. Hmm...hope to try one day.

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  7. oh i love that noodles with chicken, looks very yummy.. and not too expensive at RM9.90..

    hehehe, got lengchai to help you make vietnamese spring roll huh?? did he feed you all one by one also?? hahaha.. i think sure the most yummy that night was this lengchai and not the food?? hahaha :D

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    1. Sk, you made it sound like he is the entertiner of the night.... Lol... Even the plain water is tasty? Lol...

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  8. That reminds me that I haven't eaten Vietnamese food for a long time.....

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    1. I haven't thought of it till one of my friends suggested it the other day too! :)

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  9. This food is SO good looking, I wish I could step through the computer and eat it all! But I think your eyes were on more than the food...he is very cute! I have never seen a clear wrapper like this! what is it made from?

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    1. Oh Ginny, those are special wrappers for Viet food... but I am not sure what they were made of.. :)

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  10. I seldom have Vietnamese food so I hardly know their cuisine, I only know the spring rolls, haha xD

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  11. I like to eat Vietnamese food too. Yummy food all of you had.

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    1. They are more on vegetables.. I don't mind going without the meat.. :)

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  12. Fulamak... handsome nyer that guy. I want to eat out of his hands ! :P

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  13. Aha! The Leng chai increased your appetite and you snapped so many of his photos! I love to eat Vietnamese food as they have lots of basils and vegetables to go with meat.

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