To To Vietnamese - 30 Sep 2010

Cuisine: Vietnamese
Location: East Victoria Park

I have a more recent food review of To To Vietnamese.

To To’s is a Vietnamese restaurant that I had dinner with a mate. The place is more than decent as some Asian establishments can be a bit poor but the place was packed on a Thursday night. We grabbed a seat and there’s plenty to choose from on the menu. We had seafood rolls encased in a glutinous skin as an entree which came with crushed peanuts and a sweet and salty sauce. Excellent!

For mains I had To To’s Chicken which is a roast chicken sliced into portions as they do in Asian cuisine with a meat cleaver. This came with boiled rice and a salad. My friend had a large bowl of beef soup with noodles and a plate of raw bean sprouts that was emptied and cooked immediately in the boiling hot broth of the soup. Once again, meals that were simple but tasty and didn’t disappoint.

For desert they have a range of drinks in the mould of ice chendol. I had red bean and cocunut desert that came in a bowl with crushed ice. My friend went with freshly brewed coffee which was tipped into a glass containing ice – ice coffee.

As I mentioned, the place was busy but the service was excellent and shortly after placing our order, our entree and mains arrived within a few minutes – talk about fast food!

Verdict: Nothing fancy but don’t let that fool you as this is a great place to enjoy some Vietnamese fare in a pleasant setting, great service and at excellent value.
Price: Reasonable
Taste: Delicious
Value: Excellent
Recommendation: Recommend

See newer posts:
Food Review of To To Vietnamese – Jan 2011

To To Vietnamese on Urbanspoon

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To To Vietnamese - 30 Sep 2010, reviewed by Shaun on 2010-09-30T20:42:56+00:00 rating 4.0 out of 5

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