Roti Canai

Roti Canai is arguably Malaysia’s most favourite breakfast meal. A piece of dough is kneaded, thrown, flattened, oiled and cooked on a flat iron skillet. Eaten hot with either prawn, squid, beef, fish or chicken curry; or even with chocolate, durian, strawberry, kaya, banana or condensed milk.


The secret to a good Roti Canai is that it must encase as much air as possible, which is the reason why the dough is stretched and twirled. To catch the making of this twirling action is rather entertaining. If you are a tourist and new to Southeast Asia, and have not seen the making of a Roti Canai, you will be in for a real treat. It is like watching a street performer preparing your meal with gusto and is great for photos.

In Vietnam, Kampung Pandan is the only halal restaurant in Saigon that serves the fresh Roti Canai. All you can see our chef made a making-roti show in front of the restaurant


Tom Yum

Tom yum or Tom yam is a Lao and Thai cuisine, clear, spicy and sour soup.Tom yum is widely served in neighbouring countries such as Cambodia, Brunei, Malaysia and Singapore, and has been popularised around the world.


Tom Yum is characterised by its distinct hot and sour flavours, with fragrant spices and herbs generously used in the broth. The basic broth is made of stock and fresh ingredients such as lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves,galangal, lime juice, fish sauce, and crushed chili peppers.

Tom Yum offers many health benefits, due its potent combination of herbs and spices. Kampung Pandan manages to taste Tom Yum in halal style. We serve our customers the best cuisine of the World. – halal food saigon

Asam Laksa

Asam laksa is also called Penang laksa,  Asam laksa is made sour by tamarind and uses pounded or shredded fish as a base rather than shrimp paste. Asam laksa is the tasty default in PenangPenang Asam Laksa listed at number 26th on World’s 50 most delicious foods complied by CNN Go in 2011

asam laksa

Asam Laksa is the About this recipe: This is a spicy-sour fish base noodle soup that is known in Penang, an island state in northwest Peninsular Malaysia. It’s mouth-watering and Penang Asam Laksa – a Malaysian popular dishes of addictive spicy-sour fish broth with noodles, flaked mackerel, tamarind, chili, mint, lemongrass, onion, pineapple.

Kampung Pandan is the halal certified restaurant in Saigon. We serve the best Asam Laksa in Ho Chi Minh city. You will feel like being at home when you have meals at Kampung Pandan – 53 Thu Khoa Huan, District 1, HCMC, Vietnam

Chicken Satay

Chicken satay – a popular Malaysia dish of skewered chicken served with peanut sauce and rice cake. Kampung Pandan serves the most delicious chicken satay.


Satay is seasoned and grilled skewered meat, which is usually chicken or beef in Malaysia.
The real origin of satay is unclear, since satay is a popular dish in Southeast Asia. Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand all have their own version of satay and satay sauces recipes, they are all unique and different from one another.

Malaysian satay is made using ingredients and spices normally found in Malaysian cooking, such as turmeric powder, lemongrass and chili powder. It starts with marinating the meat with the blended spices and ingredients for about 10 – 12 hours, and then the meat is threaded onto skewers and grilled until it is cooked and turns yellowish gold. It is usually served with satay peanut sauce (kuahkacang), Malay rice cake (ketupat), some onions and cucumber pieces on the side.

Kampung Pandan is the halal restaurant in Ho Chi Minh city. We serve the best chicken satay with our special peanut sauce. Hope all you enjoy!!!

By Zurianna & Kampung Pandan

Char Kway Teow

Char Kway Teow also known as Fried Kway Teow is one of the most wanted dishes in Singapore/ Malaysia that you cannot past through.


You may be melted with the mixture of flat rice noodles and egg noodles which will be commonly stir-fried with eggs, cockles, lap cheong, bean sprouts, and Chinese chives. A traditional plate of char kway teow could not be done without lard, which delights the dish with special flavors. These days, in the  healthier version of this delicious fried noodle dish, lard is replaced by oil, and more vegetables are added in.

Char Kway Teow can be found at any hawker centres in Singapore/ Malaysia, but it’s not easy for you to find the best one in Ho Chi Minh city (Saigon). So, Kampung Pandan restaurant is happy to serve Char Kway Teow made by our Malaysian chef.