Que Huong Toi is a Vietnamese restaurant located along Jalan Jelutong, behind Hyundai or before the traffic light if you coming from Jelutong. Parking is a problem as it only has 1 parking lot so the best place to park is opposite, park at roadside of Peugeot Showroom and cross the road. The restaurant is small and fit with only a few table, the waitress is Vietnamese but they can speak fluent mandarin.
Cafe Sua Hot RM3.00 Cold RM3.30, Vietnam Milk Coffee that is a must ordered. Coffee is very thick and the special dripping tools making it so special. I take 1 cup of cold and another cup of hot which both taste very good but personally i recommend hot drink as it has a little bit more flavor and you can add on extra water(tea) with the provided tea pot.
Pho Bo RM6.50, Vietnam Beef Noodle Soup. My all time favorite beef noodle, the soup is very flavorful and sweet, full of beef flavor and the noodle is actually pretty same texture as koay teow. Serving together with a bowl of vegetable which pretty strong in flavor so if you do not like the vegetable you can ignore it.
Bun Bo Xao RM7, Vietnam Fried Lemongrass Beef Noodle. Not really fried noodle instead it more like dry boiled bee hun with lemongrass and other seasoning with beef, if you love lemon grass then for sure you will enjoy this plate else you may try other thing.
Vietnam BBQ Pork Chop Rice RM6.50, deep fried marinated pork chop served with tomato, pickle and tofu. Well, i was rather dissapointed with the pork chop as shown in picture it was so big, almost cover up the whole plate but when served it is very small and cold. The taste is just normal and pretty hard as well. Not recommended.
Banh Xio RM7, Vietnam Pork & Prawn Large Popiah with Vegetable. It indeed very big and full of vegetable especially jicama, popiah skin very crispy but not much flavor, dipping with the sweet sauce making it taste good.
Gui Cuon RM1.80 each, Vietnam Hand Roll Popiah. Vietnamese rice noodle with assorted vegetable wrapped in Vietnamese popiah skin, i feel the vegetable too hard and overall doesn’t has much flavor, you have to dip with the provided sauce.
Banh Flang RM2.50, Vietnam Pudding. The pudding is extreme smooth while serving with the coffee-o which taste bitter well balanced up the dessert overall taste.
Overall we love this place so much and it not known by many, price is reasonable as well.
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Vietnam Que Huong Toi
56-W, Jalan Jelutong, 11600 Jelutong, Penang
N5 24.062 E100 19.369
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