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  • Melissa Teh

Pho Vietz, Pavilion

Vietnamese cuisine seem to be picking up popularity among our locals. With so many Vietnamese restaurants these days, deciding where to go for an authentic meal can be quite a challenge. The good news is if you are a fickle-minded person like me, your decision will be easily made. I personally would not hesitate to head straight to Pho Vietz. Allow me to tell you why.

Stepping into their restaurant at Pavilion, I was absolutely welcomed by their ambience. I thought the interior was well done up and with plenty of photography opportunities everywhere. Just look how beautiful it is.

We were immediately ushered to our seats and the menu was given to us promptly. I wasn't kidding when I said there are photo opportunities everywhere because even their menu mesmerised me.

Portions are extremely generous here. For me, a bowl that is big enough to wash your face in is saying quite a lot. So you can imagine how much we stuffed ourselves on that day, trying to finish all that was served. If you are a small eater, do consider sharing because a bowl would be enough to fill two tummies up.

4-Beef Combo Noodle Soup (RM21.90)

I would easily declare that this is the best pho in town! It is truly un-pho-gettable. Filled with Australian premium beef slices, beef shank, beef brisket and beef balls, this was absolutely a hearty bowl of goodness. The broth was addictively tasty.

Vietnamese Pork Rib Noodle Soup (RM20.90)

This for some unknown reason reminded me that it was like eating Bak Kut Teh in Vietnamese soup. The pork rib was cooked tenderly. We enjoyed the delicious broth and couldn't help slurping up the whole bowl.

Vietnamese Chicken Noodle Soup (RM20.90)

For those who prefer white meat, try their vietnamese chicken noodle soup which includes free range chicken slices soaked in its broth. Though we were full to the brim, we found ourselves slurping up the yummy soup. You could really taste the chicken essence in it.

Having personally been to their branch in Atria and Sri Petaling, I can testify that their food quality remains top notch across all the outlets. Service was excellent too. That said, a meal at Pho Vietz will keep you coming back for more.

Pho Vietz, Connection, Level 4, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur,

168, Jalan Bukit Bintang,

55100 Kuala Lumpur, Opening hours: Monday - Sunday, 11am - 10pm.

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