Kingston Eats: Mekong Restaurant

I came here a lot in my undergrad years when I have family visits.  It’s a very big place with lots of seating available.  Serving sizes were quite generous.  I’ve tried a variety of entrees on the menu.  The menu was pretty extensive.  It’s good Vietnamese food and the price was cheap (price had increased these few years year, but it’s still one of the inexpensive places to eat).  Also there was a huge parking area at the nearby Metro so it was easy for us to park.

My ratings: ❤❤❤❤
Price range: $

0812 Gỏi Cuốn (Mekong)Gỏi Cuốn
Vegetables and noodle wrapped in rice paper with shrimp or chicken

0711 Cơm gà tôm nướng & Cafe sữa đá (Mekong)Cơm gà tôm nướng
Grilled shrimp and chicken skewers on steamed rice
Rice was leftover rice 😦 Everything else was well seasoned.  Meat was juicy and tender.
Cafe sữa đá
Special cold filered coffee espresso with condensed milk
I do wish they can serve with the whole filter.

0512 Phố đặc biệt (Mekong)Phố đặc biệt
Special rice noodle soup with beef, beef ball, brisket and tripe

0812 Bún Thịt Nướng, Chả Giò (Mekong)Bún Thịt Nướng, Chả Giò
Vermicelli with vegetables, spring rolls, grilled pork and peanut on top

0711 Cơm Sườn Nướng Ốpla (Mekong)Cơm Sườn Nướng Ốpla
Grilled pork chop and omelet on steamed rice.
Pork chop was nicely seasoned and it was very tender.

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Mekong Restaurant

394 Princess St, Kingston, ON
K7L 5N3, Canada
613-549-5902 ‎