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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Ka Hing Special Vietnamese Flat Rice Noodle Restaurant, Segambut

Simon Says: This post will be published in KLue Blog too. ;) Look out for my face in their April edition too. Kekeke.



Warning: Tidak Ditanggung Halal


At the current economic situation, most of us will try to look for more economical or affordable food when we are eating out to save the money for the unforeseen future. When it comes to Vietnamese food, those that were found in the shopping mall, the price is more of the mid and upper market that will cost us RM 20 and above just for a drink and a main.

Luckily for me, I found an authentic Vietnamese restaurant near my place in Taman Sri Sinar that is nice and affordable at the same time. If fully translated from the Chinese name of the restaurant, it will be called Ka Hing Special Vietnamese Flat Rice Noodle Restaurant. So, this Vietnamese restaurant specialized in flat rice noodle. The boss and staffs were Vietnamese. Only the boss and one of the waitress there can commune in Cantonese or simple English. There other, only speak in Vietnamese. I heard they talked to each other in Vietnamese.



Your typical kopitiam setup, if you don't look closely, you won't know that it's a Vietnamese restaurant.


This is my second time here, so I ordered my usual, the Braised Trotter Noodle and Vietnamese Spring Roll. As for drink, continue reading...

11 comments :

mimid3vils said...

I had Vietnamese spring roll at other restaurant before, just love it, will try this soon coz near my house too :P

Simon Seow said...

yeah, it's very near lol

Nux V said...

looks good...well, i hav a set of Vietnamese meal (drinks+meal+spring roll) at Mid-Valley some 2 years ago and it cost me RM10...

bygones...

Sugar Bean said...

Hi, we haven't been blogging for quite some time. Looking good there! the food really makes me feel hungry, esp the spring roll. Good one!

backStreetGluttons said...

Ont time we accidentally went into a sober looking Vietnamnese restaurant in pavilion and come out accidentally RM45 poorer for some spring rolls , 2 noodles soup and 1 death drip bitter coffee ( like in any hawker centre in old town ). Foreign food in malaysia is dangerous

Rantong said...

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-eiling- said...

wah so now u've become a famous food blogger?!!

Nic (KHKL) said...

oh, i like the food here. the trotter is a special, right? only available on weekends, if i'm not wrong.

the pan mee next door oso quite good. value for money!

Simon Seow said...

Nux V: ah huh, I think now everyone is having value set because of the economy

Sugar Bean: ya, misses your posts

BSG: the word Pavilion KL alone already sounded expensive lol.

eiling: no lah

Nic: i think they sell it everyday, I went there on a weekday.

Racheal Tan said...

i supposed this restaurant near my house :))

Simon Seow said...

Racheal: If your house is in Kepong or Segambut area then it's quite near. kekeke