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Monday 30 May 2011

Lunch at La Lot

There were several Vietnamese restaurants in Kuching but none survived long enough to ease my craving for Vietnamese food lately. When I chanced upon a Vietnamese restaurant at the Pavilion in Kuala Lumpur a while ago, I settled in for lunch.

The Lemongrass Ginger Tea looks like a thirst quencher, so I ordered one. It was a very cooling drink. I liked it.

Lemongrass Ginger Tea (RM8.90)

Whenever I think of Vietnamese food, the rice-paper rolls and Pho, will come to my mind. So, these were the things I had at La Lot. The Fresh Summer Rolls were filled with shrimps and garden vegetables, and the peanut sauce that came with it was quite good.

Fresh Summer Rolls (RM16.90)

There were mant choices of Pho, some with clear soup and some with spicy soup. I opted for the Hanoi Beef Noodles with clear soup because that what I remembered of Pho.

Hanoi Beef Noodles (RM19.90)

A closer look at the Hanoi Beef Noodles with the basil leaves and bean sprouts in

What should I say about the food quality? Well, good but not top notch. The Vietnamese restaurants in Kuching used to serve food to the same standard as La Lot, but at a much cheaper price. Too bad that they ain't existing anymore.

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