The ambiance was rather grand; decorated with classy wooden furniture and colourful Vietnamese silk lantern; dimly lit to create a posh-feel. The waitresses were dressed prettily in Dài while the waiters were dressed in their traditional costume too.
Thanks to Royal Vietnam for the lovely evening, I had an opportunity to experience the Vietnamese culture as well as the find royal food presentation and crafting.
Flying Dragon Salad
Dragons were beautifully crafted out of carrots while the body consisted of prawn salad.
Oh by the way, dragon (like us Chinese) is considered as one of the lucky animals to the Vietnamese.
Phoenix Dance Sausage.
Peacock inspired dish. The feather tails were made out of salted egg rolls.
Fried Rice in Turtle Shape.
Turtle is another lucky animal too.
Vietnamese Deep Fried Spring rolls presented in the Mighty Cock way.
Roasted Chicken stuffed with meatloaf
Pho bo dac biet, the beef noodles soup is something not to be missed. The bowl of silky flat noodles was loaded with lots of beef slices, beef balls and covered with flavourful broth. Add in some chili padi to give an extra kick to your bowl of noodles.
And finally, we ended our meal with a cup of aromatic Vietnamese Dripped Coffee. Yummm...
Starhill Feast Gallery,
Jalan Bukit Bintang,
Tel: +6 03 2143 9778