|Spicy Green Papaya Salad- Refreshing with plenty of peanuts & cooked onions for flavour and texture, but not your typical punchy asian salad. Not sure where the Spice comes in this dish??|
|We thought the Pork Balls were going to be the traditional Nem Nuong (grilled Pink pork balls/patties) but they were just marinated, slightly sweetish pork pasted balls. The pork balls were also dry.|
|We would have preferred the Crispy Chicken to stay crispy i.e. placed on a seperate plate rather than in the soup. The soup was the typical onion-based broth with thin egg noodles.|
|The broth of the Beef Pho we found was more on the sweeter side and the depth of flavour and spice (i.e. star anise, cloves etc.) was weaker than most Phos we've had. Acceptable nonetheless!|
Believe it but we cleared all the dishes! Our 2 petite guests who are not exposed to much Vietnamese had no complaints and in typical Singaporean style...they're appetites were huge for their frame! Ha....thankfully, they enjoyed dinner! Farewell and we will next see you in Sydney for another eat-out! : )
PS. Mr and Miss food hunter much prefers Vietnamese at either Inala or Darra! For the conveniece of location, Quan Thanh would be our preferred Viet restaurant.
93 Hardgrave road
Opens daily 1130am to 3pm & 530pm to 1030pm