:: Inexpensive Vietnamese braised pork trotters rice-noodle not far from our place that we eat-in often lately ::
After moved to Mont' Kiara, this is the first local restaurant that I ever explored nearby the neighbourhood. Thanks to a neighbour auntie who recommended this place to me. I like the Vietnamese braised pork trotters very much and I brought my husband here to taste it the following weekend, since it is merely 10mins drive away from our place. Husband also likes it and he then introduce it to his Korean colleagues who live in the same neighbourhood .. I guess that's how the place become well-known among the Koreans and you can see many Korean patrons here besides the locals.
Last week we brought Ga Yoon (husband's cousin sister who stay with us during summer holidays) here for lunch and she also likes a lot! Today, after pick her up from her English class, I asked her what she want to have for lunch, she told she miss the Vietnamese braised pork trotters rice-noodle.. hahaha! Well, I kind of expect she will likes it when we first brought her here but never expect she will ask me to go again lol.
It looks like a local kopitiam to us .. No fancy decos, just some picture frames with Vietnamese elements in it hanging on the wall to indicate that this is a Vietnamese restaurant.
Vietnamese coffee @ RM3.00
Vietnamese coffee drip! The cup has a thin layer of sweet condense milk and coffee is dripping slowly from the container to the cup. After the dripping process done, remove the coffee drip container and stir well and you can enjoy a thick and aromatic Vietnamese coffee.
To be honest, with RM7.00 it is impossible to get these much of braised pork trotters with rice-noodle + a hard boiled egg in KL nowadays. Despite the affordable price, the taste is the main reason that draw us back again and again. It taste close to Chinese soya sauce braise pork and it's goes well with the chewy Vietnamese rice-noodle.
There are other types of rice-noodle dish available besides the braised pork trotters rice noodle. You check out their menu at the above. During meal hours especially lunch, it can be very pack with customers and you have to wait for the table available. Parking can be an issue as well but if you don't mind to walk a little, you can easily find a proper place to park at or two one street behind.
Kah Hing Vietnamese Restaurant
(Renamed to Win Hing Restaurant in 2016)
Address : 35, Jalan 6/38d, Taman Sri Sinar, 52100 Segambut, Kuala Lumpur