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Viet Ville: 4 Things You Should Know

7:22:00 AM Christian Aligo 0 Comments

Viet Ville is a shorter version of Vietnam Village. If you are heading to Puerto Princesa, Palawan this weekend, never miss the chance to see it. I was there last May and I was really fascinated with the story of the restaurant and the village.



Here are four things I want to share from my Viet Ville lunch:

1. SPICES FROM VIETNAM

While the seafoods and other ingredients of the food may be from Palawan, the spices being used in the restaurant have been imported from Vietnam.



2. VIET VILLE IS MANAGED BY THE CHURCH

Viet Ville opened in 1997. I cannot count how many hungry stomachs it has already satisfied. Viet Ville is being managed by the Vicariate of Puerto Princesa. The Catholic Church also helped in establishing Viet Ville. However inside the village, they have a Buddhist temple.



3. BESTSELLER? BO KHO!

The best seller is Bo Kho. If you happen to drop by, never miss the chance to order this soup. Try their iced tea with jasmine. Promise, the feeling to sipping this drink is undeniably heavenly.



4. THEY ALSO BAKE FRENCH BREAD

Viet Ville also bakes French bread every day. After lunch, I was so full so I did not try their French Bread.

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What’s On the Menu:



Chicken Spring Roll- P80.00
Shrimp Sinigang- P300.00
Vietnamese Fried Chicken with Java Rice- P150.00
Plain Kangkong- P45.00
Mixed Vegetales- P75.00
Vietnamese Fresh Pancit- P130.00
Fried Lapu-lapu with Sweet and Sour Sauce- P135/100 gms
Vietnamese Friend Rice- P150.00
Chicken Pho- P95.00
French Bread with Roasted Pork- P65.00 

On my personal blog, I have written a heart-felt write up about Viet Ville. To read it, CLICK HERE. 

Have you eaten at Viet Ville? Share us your comment. If you’re heading to Puerto Princesa and need some piece of advice, just shoot me an email at christianaligonow@gmail.com. 



DISCLAIMER: This is an honest write-up published for the establishment mentioned above. While no financial favors have been given to the writer in exchange of this article, free items/services were provided to have a basis for the content of the article.