101 Thomson Road
#B1-06 United Square
Singapore 307591

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10:30am - 08:30pm

10:30am - 08:30pm

10:30am - 08:30pm

10:30am - 08:30pm

10:30am - 08:30pm

10:30am - 08:30pm

10:30am - 08:30pm

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The noodles were the thin vermicelli kinds, which I really like! The dish was refreshing, with the light savoury sauce and generous serving of carrots, cucumber and lettuce. The spring roll was quite good - it remained crisp throughout the meal and had a well-seasoned filling (meat and mushrooms I think).

Grilled chicken wasn’t dry, but I wouldn’t reorder the banh mi as the bread wasn’t crisp enough.

Viet coffee was very strong and gao, pretty good! Would consider returning to try their pho. This place seems pretty authentic :)

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One of my favorite places for Vietnamese food - apart from their banh mi their usual dishes seem pretty authentic too!

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Sometimes we need nothing fancy (just 3 spring rolls), vermicelli noodle on top of crunchy cabbage bed and we feel right at home 🏠 . This noodle dish is simply refreshing, packed with greens and full of flavour (sweetness from chilli sauce). We haven’t put any extra sauces though they provide plenty of sauce choices at the counter. 👌

The menu at this place gives us a hint that this place is authentic. We just can’t wait to take a bite when we are served with this pork roll. The other fillings like carrot & coriander are well covered with heap of sliced pork. 🤩 The sandwich filling is so juicy and go well with crunchy baguette . We haven’t manage to trace down Pate but we know we are in good hands as their ingredients are prepared fresh daily with no msg & preservative. 🤟 So glad to find this healthy Vietnamese food in Novena

Quite good Banh Mi, close to what I had in Ho Chi Minh. Coffee was great too! Made for a great breakfast, will be back for this again.

$6.50 for the Banh Mi, $2 for the coffee.


I thought Vietnamese should cook authentic Phò. But not. Im not sure. Beef slice not tender, dry. $8.90
Dry Grilled Chicken Noodles better. $7.50 i think.