It's been a long time since I last wrote anything about Vietnam cuisine, I think the time is ripe for another article covering Vietnam foodie, Food is something, which reminds me of the culture and traditions of their cuisine. Each dishes that we ate has a definite cuisine and procedure for preparing that. It is the case with Vietnamese cuisines. However, today we are going to to review all the famous Vietnamese food in here. Let’s have a look at the foods and check out how good are they.
About Rasa viet, The shop is located at G-3A, Ground Floor, The Sphere Bangsar South. can contact them at 03-2242 1880 for booking and more information, Operate from 11am till 10pm. Rasa Viet presents Vietnamese Cuisine with a range of flavors from the Northern Region, the Central and the Southern Region. A Must Try & Well Reviewed Muslim Friendly and Casual Dining Vietnamese Restaurant. Serving a Delectable Well Balanced Menu, with Unique Vegetarian / Vegan options. Good Vietnamese Food in all its forms: Wholesome, Traditional, Innovative, Nurturing, Nourishing, and Flavourful is what drives us.
Assorted Spring Roll including Classic Summer Roll, Fried Roll, Mayo Prawn Netted Roll and Veg Sweet Yam Netted Roll with different dipping sauce RM25.90
DIY (Do It Yourself) Crispy Sizzling Stuffed Rice Pancake Roll, Bánh Xèo is a type of Vietnamese Crepe that is golden in color, very crispy on the outside, and filled with shrimp, and bean sprouts roll with Rice Paper. RM25.90
Grilled Chicken Vermicelli, Vietnamese Noodles with Grilled Chicken Vermicelli noodles topped with fresh vegetables and herbs mix the chilli garlic sauce makes things different. The marinade is fantastic. RM21.40
Smoked Duck Vermicelli, Phở has taken its rightful place as one of the great soups of the world. However, if you are avoiding beef, what do you do? This duck pho will more than satisfy you, bringing the wonderful flavour of duck to this aromatic broth. RM20.40
Prawn Vermicelli, The intensely flavored broth is full of warm toasted spices, fresh flavors, and aromatics. As you slurp the rice noodles, warm broth, and bright herbs. RM24.50
Vietnam Potted Lotus Tea for two pax, Vietnamese lotus tea is different from the lotus tea of other countries because it is flower-scented tea. It means green tea leaves will absorb the natural scent of lotus flowers. Therefore, Vietnamese lotus tea benefits will come from dried green tea leaves and lotus stamens. RM9.90
Vietnam Classic Drip Coffee, The first time I had a Vietnamese coffee made and served the traditional way was in. The Vietnamese coffee was rich, flavorful, sweet and perfect on a cool day, but the method for brewing and serving the coffee is what really impressed me. The coffee was brought out with a layer of condensed milk at the bottom of a small, clear thick glass, with a stainless steel Phin Vietnamese filter sitting on top. RM9.90
Classic Vietnamese Caramel Pudding Banh Flan, smooth and soft custard covered in a dark amber caramel. The caramel is slightly bitter which helps cut through the sweetness of the custard to give you a rich but balanced dish. This banh flan was initially introduced to Vietnam by the French and over the years has become very much a part of Vietnamese cuisine. RM5.90
Rasa Viet - The Sphere Bangsar South
Unit No. G-3A, Level Ground, The Sphere, 59200 Kuala Lumpur
Rasa Viet Kitchen - Damansara Kim
No 79, Jalan SS20/11, Damansara Kim, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
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