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This bowl of duck pho from @123zovietnamrestaurant was so comforting to have during the rainy days in December. It was really clean yet flavourful, and a nice change from the usual beef broth that we usually go for when eating pho.

We started with Oyster in 3 ways highly recommended by owner Peter (raw, semi cooked with peanut & cooked with Bechamel sauce) which turned up superb. Following by the charchol grill Shitaka Mushroom, Beef in Betel leaves & Spicy Pork Stick. Of course we never miss their signature BBQ Quail on each visit. Deciding between the Duck Noodle Soup or Banh Xeo (Vietnamese Crepes), thanks to Peter kindly offers we can have the best of both world - half of the Banh Xeo which satisfy our craving badly. The finale is the warm Duck Noodle which helps to settle down all the food.
Walking out with a happy belly. It tastes heavenly, feel like we are back to Saigon 🇻🇳

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We started with Oyster in 3 ways highly recommended by owner Peter (raw, semi cooked with peanut & cooked with Bechamel sauce) which turned up superb. Following by the charchol grill Shitaka Mushroom, Beef in Bethel leaves & Spicy Pork Stick. Of course we never miss their signature BBQ Quail on each visit. Deciding between the Duck Noodle Soup or Banh Xeo (Vietnamese Crepes), thanks to Peter kindly offers we can have the best of both world - half of the Banh Xeo which satisfy our craving badly. The finale is the warm Duck Noodle makes the dinner complete.
It tastes heavenly, feel like we are back to Saigon 🇻🇳

If you are looking for a nice place to chill and drinking beer from a bowl, accompanied by some BBQ skewer, you will find this place interesting.

The owners are very warm. And the food is authentic Vietnam as one of the owner from Vietnam.

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Since we hv been ordering their signature dishes like Grill Quail, Kampung Chicken, Pork Skewers on our regular visit, we decided to try out the Vietnamese classic Banh Xeo is a popular Vietnamese Pan Cake. Being a regular visitor to Vietnam, our tastes bud has been trained to know what is authentic. To our great pleasant surprise, it is nicely done - crispy outside & soft & moist, inside with filled with loads of pork belly & prawns. It certainly is the best Banh Xeo we hv tried. Highly recommend.

Missing Vietnam? Pop over to this eatery located along Geyland Road for some tasty Vietnamese BBQ skewers and hotpot! Apart from skewers and hotpot, you can also dig into some of their most popular dishes like the Duck Noodle Soup ($8), Fresh Bee Hun Pork Salad ($10), and Stir Fried Baby Clam ($12) for a warm, hearty meal!

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