Com Vien

11 Dinh Ngang Street, Hoan Kiem, Hanoi

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Directions: From Nguyen Thai Hoc, take the first right after the railroad tracks. From Le Duan Street, go east on Cua Nam (just past the tracks), then left onto Dinh Nganh Street. It's halfway down the block.

Restaurant Type: Sit-down restaurant

Opening Hours: Morning, Lunch, Afternoon, Evening

Speciality: Chicken, pork & duck rice, Chinese-Malaysian style

Average Price Per Person: 30,000 - 60,000

Take Away: Yes

Delivery: Yes

Description: Chicken rice, duck rice, pork rice and a variety of noodle dishes in Chinese-Malaysian style. Open 10:30 AM - 3 PM and 5:30 PM to 10 PM. They also deliver

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7 reviews

Good Malaysian-style food, good value
hanoiexpat reviewed Com Vien about 05/11/2013 04:38 PM 10.0
I've never actually been inside of this restaurant, but have had them deliver several dinners. First, I'd commend them on their delivery. They aren't located far from my house, but still, they manage to get the food here still hot and in less than 30 minutes - consistently. So, they get an A+ on that!

The food is good. Typical non-halal Malaysian meat-and-rice fare. I usually get the chicken rice, which is steamed Hainam-style, though they also have bbq and honey chicken. With that, they give you a generous portion of chicken-flavored rice, a small salad and a cup of broth. The chicken is always fresh, rice is never dried out, and the taste is authentic Malaysian style. They also do a very good pork-belly and rice (same sides as above), duck rice and some other variations. Portions are generous enough so that if you are really hungry, you can get enough to eat with one main dish (meaning that they are larger portions than typically served in most Vietnamese restaurants)

If you order a side of vegetables, you just get a larger portion of whatever it is they are putting in the main courses that day. I'd like to see something different - bok choy or something - but that's really my only complaint about this place, and it's a small one.

Prices are cheap! I think the chicken rice is about 60,000d, which is a bargain. And delivery is free, too.

Visited May, 2013

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