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Dinner at ToTo Vietnamese – Victoria Park

The restaurant was pleasantly quiet around 6:30pm on a Saturday evening. After we placed our order, the food came astonishingly fast. We ordered sizzling beef and lemon chicken with steamed rice to share between two people. I usually order Pho and/or rice paper rolls at a Vietnamese restaurant, but unfortunately I had already had a brothy soup for lunch that day and couldn’t bear the thought of more soup.

The sizzling beef was tender and served on a hot plate, slathered in tasty sauce and came with water chestnuts, baby corn, onion and celery (forming the vegetable component of the meal). The lemon chicken had a crispy coating with a thin-consistency sweet sauce that was not too overpowering.

I ordered the lychee drink with crushed ice but was not as impressed with it as the syrup was not easy to drink and was likely diluted canned lychee syrup. However, there was a whole host of colourful drinks to choose from on the menu, I would be keen to try something else next time.

Just a short post today, busy with other things unfortunately. I keep finding great resources online but I do not have time to try them :( There’s a cosplay photoshoot in the works…

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  • December 3, 2011 - 3:27 pm

    Chompchomp - You seemed to have a better experience than I did recently here. My beef contained no other vegetable but onion! Have you tried Phu Pho’s just down the road?ReplyCancel

    • December 3, 2011 - 3:41 pm

      Sab - That’s unfortunate… looks like you got a slightly different dish! Mine had lots of onion in it too…

      I’ll try Phu Pho’s next time I’m in the area, thanks for the suggestion, I don’t know Vic Park too well :)ReplyCancel

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