We chose to have dinner at the Curve last week cus I need to get something from IKEA for my lil' bro who will be flying off to the Kangaroo Land in few days time. Guess what I bought for him?
Haha...Two pillows rolled up like big sausages, priced at RM6 only, sooo cheap!
Actually we have been strolling in the mall for almost an hour and still couldn't make up our mind on where to settle for dinner. Not to mention that we have actually spent quite some time queueing up for seats at Sakae Sushi, but gave up at last. Stomach already growling mar.
Are you the kind of person that would get grumpy when you are starving? This fella is.
So we settled @ Pho Hoa which claims to be the place for Health Conscious People.
I was really skeptical at first. Healthy food??? Yeee, I'm born to take spicy and flavourful Malaysian food.
But not till our food was served.
I never failed to order dry nudles at Viet restaurants. I esp luv their sweet and tangy plum sauce to go with my bowl of nudles, grilled lemongrass chicken chunks, crunchy deep fried spring roll and loads of vege.
My Viet Dry Nudles (RM11.90)
Char Siew Bao had a big bowl of tomyam seafood nudles (RM13.90)...huh? tomyam in Viet restaurant???But it was really yummy, the right level of spiciness with heaps of seafood and smooth nudle strands. Definitely worth ordering.
Nah...finally the not so healthy--three coloured drink (RM5++). Came with coconut milk, nata de coco, jelly strips and thick red bean soup.
I felt soooo healthy after having my meal here. You can also make your own viet nudles by choosing your fave type of ingredients from the menu. I would recommend this place for dieters.
Other review: by Meiyen