Food was soooooo great, approachable and polite staff, plus a very generous and friendly owner, Mr. Tatlonghari. Had fun listening to his stories. My family and I loved all the food that was served to us. My faves are their house salad, tea, and vietnamese coffee! But all were so delish! Really worth the visit. Keep up the good work. Thank you, Bawai's! Til next time! God bless you all :)
My wife & I went here for lunch without prior reservation but still they accomadated us! We ordered their spring rolls which was very refreshing. Their Bun Bo Hue was heart warming and to cap the meal, a luscious dessert called Che Bap. A cozy ambiance & a great meal is a match made in heaven. Their service is top notch. We would definitely come back here! Thank you Bawai's Kitchen!
Searched Vietnamese food here in Zomato and found Bawai’s. The ambience is cozy. Good for dinner dates 😀. The food was great. We ordered Chicken Noodle Soup - this is so yummy! Pork Belly with rice - the serving is good for 2 pax, the pork belly was tender and delicious and we ordered of course my favorite fried Vietnamese spring rolls. It was perfect. No exaggeration, but the food, ambience, service is worth it. By the way, the price is 👍🏻
The ambience is tops becuse of the surroundings. It’s a restaurant built within a home. The dining area is airy and overlooking some gardenss. There was background music of Filipino classics set to instumentalpiano versions.
The staff are most accommodating and well trained to meet the diner’s needs. Our waitress was most attentive despite having to scuttle back and forth between tables on a full house.
This is where i discovered Pandan tea. What a revelation of sweet fragrant calming flavours. I’ll now be brewing my own once I get hold of fresh pandan leaves.
We ordered the savoury crepe with prawns pork and mushrooms. There wasnt any mushrooms in there and what counted as pork were thin slices of pork with a layer of fat. However the lovely texture of the crispy crepe made up for it. It doesnt taste like anything though unless you use the accompanying dipping sauce. The Bun bo hue pork knuckle and beef soup was flavourful. The Bawai house salad was light and refreshing. It’s the dish I wouldnt mind ordering again on my next visit. We got the ginger chicken which was flavourful and the meat fell of the bone but my dining companion felt it had a hint of unneccesary sweetness. I loved the thin slivers of ginger marinated in the sauce. I could eat a jar of that. The shrimp with Tamarind was a bit too oily.
Overall I enjoyed dining here because of the ambience, the lovely waitstaff and the flavours and fragrance of food that’s not just limited to the Pho and fresh spring rolls that I associate with Vietnamese cuisine. Plus the complimentary Pandan tea that I could drink pot after pot of, rather slowly and leisurely of course.