Rasa Viet | Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine @ The Sphere, Bangsar South
How many of you are a fan of Vietnamese cuisine?? (Besides Thai food, Indonesia food and more) if you are not a fan yet, soon you gonna be after reading this post.
Upon arrival at the Rasa Viet restaurant, it reminds me of the restaurants that I dine in Vietnam few years back – bright yellow walls, blue French wooden doors and windows, red lanterns and of course iconic straw hat.
The interior was cozy and classic, with different shapes and types of lanterns hanging giving a warm ambiance for the whole restaurant.
First up – Vietnamese Traditional Dripped Coffee with Milk – exactly like what I used to have back there when I was in Vietnam. As you can see, the drip coffee is made by pouring hot water over coffee beans and letting the beans seep into a pot. The coffee was full with strong aroma and flavor, giving you a great coffee “kick” and you gonna order this when you dine here.
Vietnamese Mango Salad with Prawns – The mix of fresh mango and prawn with the crunchy keropok was refreshing and such a perfect appetizer before mains. How you gonna eat this – grab a small portion of mango and prawn salad and stack it on top of the crunchy keropok and eat it.
Fried Rolls with Dry Vermicelli – rice paper wrapped with chicken, black fungus, bean sprout, carrot, and daikon. So crispy and crunchy, definitely you can’t stop eating after one bite.
Vietnamese Pancake – the golden yellow pancake that is often melded with shallots, onions and filled with chicken, shrimp, bean sprout and green onion served with salad and rice paper. Customers get to experience hands-on to wrap their own pancake so that they get to understand how to eat and what is being served.
Special Beef Noodles – the Vietnamese meal will never complete without trying out the Pho. Trust me, you MUST TRY their Pho where a thin strips of tender beef are cooked in a hot, aromatic stock in the serving bowl. *PS. Rasa Viet prepares their food from scratch without using any MSG*
Summer Rolls with Special Sauce – with fresh vegetables wrapped in rice paper, these spring rolls served as a great summer appetizer and delicious dipped in their special sauce.
Traditional Caramel Pudding – tender and soft covered with a layer of sugary caramel, this pudding is a timeless classic dessert that gonna end your day here. One of the MUST TRY dessert here.
Overall, this is one of the highly recommended Vietnamese restaurant that I’m gonna intro to all my friends and family. The prices are affordable and the most important thing was the food were really GREAT!!! I definitely will come back for more.
Viet is located at:
Address: Unit No G-3A, Level Ground, The Sphere, No. 1, Avenue 1, Bangsar South City, No. 8, Jalan Kerinchi, 59200, Kuala Lumpur.
Contact: 03-2242 1880
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Opening Hours: 11.00am – 10.00pm Daily
Rasa Viet is one of the top rated restaurant in Malaysia. Yes Pho is the national dish of Vietnam and is sold everywhere from nice restaurants to street corners where grandmothers set up makeshift kitchens. This famous dish is basically rice noodle soup but the broth is seasoned in a very unique way that appeals to almost everyone. But I am a fan of Indonesian food. Indonesian food is one of the most vibrant and colourful cuisines in the world, full of intense flavour. I love martabak manis with all goodness of taste.ReplyDelete