269B Queen Street
#01-236 QS269 Food House
Singapore 182269

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10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 08:00pm

11:00am - 07:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

10:00am - 08:00pm

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Liked the tender pork chop here but the marinade was sweeter than most Vietnamese dishes I've tried (which is generally on the sweet side). Glad I decided against the Bun Thit Nuong (which features the same pork chop), as that ended up being way too sweet with the sweet nuoc cham sauce. I'll probably order something else if I ever come back; saw a Vietnamese lady order two sour crab noodles that looked good!

Note: The menu's wide variation coupled with their tiny kitchen meant much longer than usual waiting time. So don't come hungry! They also substitute items (e.g. the sad sunny side up for a supposed meat loaf) without informing you, so just don't be surprised that it's not exactly like the photo in the menu.


From 2 CÔ SG at QS269 Food House; the coffeeshop is situated just across Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple — also houses Ah Heng Curry Mee.

Went through the menu that carries a number of interesting items but most things listed on the menu were unavailable; reason cited being the lack of ingredients sold at the markets here. That being said, the Rice with Pork Chop didn’t disappoint; the caramalised glaze on the outside gives the tender pork a hint of sweetness, topped off with pork lard for some crispness — pretty unexpected but definitely a sweet surprise for me since I do enjoy pork lard. Rice is pretty fluffy, while the meat loaf comes with savoury flavour; meaty and stuffed with vermicelli and fungus within. Pickled vegetables come on the side; helps to cut through the meatiness and sweetness while the chili dip is pretty potent considering how it comes with plenty of chili seeds and raw chili. While the slab of pork doesn’t come as savoury and smoky as what I would have expected, I actually found this pretty worth the buck given its generous portion and quality; a new place for Vietnamese cuisine found!