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Closed Now Sun - Sat 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM All hours CUISINES Asian, Vietnamese RATINGS Service Food Value Atmosphere LOCATION 1 Old Parliament Lane #01-03 the Arts House At the Old Parliament, Singapore 179429, Singapore All Details
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Viet Lang @ The Arts House March 1, 2009, 12:34 pm Filed under: Banh Canh Cua Ca, Bun Ga Xao, Cha Cuon, sharkfin's soup, The Arts House, Viet Lang, Vietnamese Lemongrass Tea, Vietnamese Restaurant Visited The Arts House recently and found this little Vietnamese restaurant, Viet Lang. Viet Lang is derived from Vietname’s present name “Vietnam” and its historical name “Anh Lang”. As its name suggests, it serves authentic Vietnamese cuisine and was previously relocated from Chijmes.
Housed within a colonial style block at the Old Parliament Lane, Viet Lang exudes an old-world charm the minute you stepped into the restaurant. Soothing Vietnamese music was playing in the backdrop and the ambience was a cosy and comfortable one, just like when you stepped into your own home. We were shown to a table at the corner of the restaurant, with a backcouch filled with lots of cushions! So comfy! Making ourselves at ease, we started the evening with some lovely Vietnamese Lemon Grass Tea served in a pot, which was a specialty @ S$7 per pot.
We could not resist the tantalising appetisers on the menu at irresistibly reasonable prices too. We ordered the Chef Recommended “Cha Cuon” – which were described as Imperial Rolls made of crispy net rice paper rolls with shrimp and chicken filling @ S$7. The rolls were simply delicious!! Not oily, very very crispy and crunchy indeed. The chilly sauce that was served with the dish deserves a mention as it went very well with the rolls.
Overall with the fresh greens served, all of them brought out the flavour of this Vietnamese starter very well – simply refreshing and delicious! I noticed most of the diners also ordered this one and its definitely worthy of my recommendation too! For the main, Ted went for the Soupy category. This was a luxury indeed! This dish known as “Banh Canh Cua Ca”, were mini rice noodles with crabmeat and fish served in thick soup @ S$16.
The broth was thick and fragrant! Served hot with the crabmeat and fish cooked together, it was heavenly. It reminds me of the delicious sharkfin’s soup and just as delicious except this is crabmeat! I would recommend this one to you too, if you are one of those thick chinese sharkfin’s soup lovers! This simple Vietnamese dish – which is my favourite known as “Bun Ga Xao” (@ S$15) – made of cold noodles topped with stir fried chicken/beef, bean sprouts, lettuce, cucumber served with Chef Bao’s homemade sauce is quite a stir with me!! I simply love it! The ingredients were fresh and with the sauce, it was neither too sour or sweet.
I had tried this dish before at some other Viet restaurants and found them to be either too sour or sweet to my liking. This one here seems perfect! With the chicken and bean sprouts mixed together in the dish, the noodles felt very crunchy and tasty indeed! As I read from the menu, Chef Bao must be the chef here at Viet Lang and I would definitely like to salute him for all the delicious Viet cuisine served here.
Each dish ordered brought out the flavours of Vietnam very well and we were definitely pleased … ! The bill came out to be an average of about S$30 per person and this includes the tea and appetisers we had, plus 10% service charge and 7% GST. However, for the delicious food there, its definitely worth a visit! If you are near The Arts House next time, dont miss Viet Lang. Its at 1 Old Parliament Lane, #01-03, Annexe Building, Singapore 179429 Tel: 6337 3379.
You may want to call and make a reservation just in case, as seats seem to be quite limited there. Advertisements Leave a Comment Leave a Comment so farLeave a commentRSS feed for comments on this post. TrackBack URI
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