Monday, 4 September 2017

Super Saigon Pho Cafe, TTDI

Checked the place out for lunch because if I wanted to order the coffee and what not, dinner is probably not a good time for that. After all the non-halal Vietnamese eateries that popped up in recent years, there's finally a halal Vietnamese place (or pork-free atm anyway; part of the La Juiceria group). There's always a line outside as people wait to be seated. Because it was just the two of us, it wasn't that difficult to squeeze us in. 

Props to whoever came up with the interior decor, because it's pretty nice once you're inside. There's the usual pencils and order chits that you place your orders on and hand over to someone. The prices here are a bit on the high side for street food: the beef pho on the menu range from RM16.90 (beef balls only) to RM19.90 (bao ka liao, including the spare parts). 

It's barely a few months and already the coffee drip vessel looks so worn.

Pho with medium rare beef slices and beef brisket slices
Fortunately the food was pretty good and the portion kinda fits the pricing (broth was delish and there's plenty of beef to go around). But it's not a place you can go regularly unless you have a lot of disposable income... or if the gaji just masuk 😉

28, Jalan Datuk Sulaiman, Taman Tun Dr Ismail, 60000 Kuala Lumpur