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Thursday, June 16, 2011

Viet-Hue Kitchen


Color of health cuisine

Been there, Viet-Hue Kitchen, a six-table home-cook Vietnamese eatery in Silom/Chongnonsi district. The food is definitely home-style, authentic, prepare a la minute (therefore need a little patience to wait), with very reasonable price. However, the side, fresh vegetables were not quite fresh. Three visits (out of all three), I found rotten part among them. Even if it is not of e-coli concern, the restaurant shall (still) care for ingredients freshness and hygiene. Therefore Viet-Hue has room to improve until she wins the heart of CBD's residents.

bo la lot (grilled seasoned beef rolled in betel leaves wrapper) THB 100
banh cuon gio lua (rice flour rolled cake, Vietnamese sausage) THB 120

side, (not so) fresh vegetables, complimentary (click to enlarge)

chao tom (fried minced shrimp paste on sugarcane stick) THB 150
pho bo (Vietnamese noodle soup with beef) THB 60

Viet-Hue Kitchen ***
185/14 Naradhiwas-najanagarindra Road
Sathorn, Bangkok 10500

Open daily : 11 am - 9 pm
Pay (food ony for two): around THB 300


Stella said...

The leaf here looks very fresh.

Anonymous said...

Been there also. I experience friendly service, while food is so-so. The raw vegetables, not fresh!

Stella said...

Happy to hear there is still some mediocre food in BKK. Unfortunately their mediocre food may still be good enough for us.

Thailand Club said...

Still go there to eat a bowl of pho doesn't hurt, hearty broth, good price! Sincere service too. Just don't eat the raw vegetables, then safe!

Tommy Leung said...

Is this restaurant near TG? Last time I walk out from the hotel, I saw this restaurant and a woman greeting her customers.

Stella said...

I eat Vietnamese noodle twice a week. One time is close to work within walking distance as that is the only $8 US lunch(the pho is $5.95 US plus tax and drink with no tips with 10% off for our Bank) we can get at Old Town Pasadena. Another time is on weekend.

in the sea said...

Looks very local. Hard to find some nice and fresh veggie in Vietnamese restaurants. Better eat something cooked instead.

Stella said...

You are right SEA. If not sure about the freshness cooked food is always safer.