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Mrs Pho House's stir fry crab meat noodles is one of the pricier dishes on their menu.

Wok fry glass noodle is topped with fresh crab meat, assorted mushrooms and vegetables in oyster sauce.

We were rather disappointed with the dish. The pricey nature of this dish is mainly attributable to the fresh shredded crab meat. The amount of crab meat however seemed rather paltry. The glass noodles were also seasoned a little unevenly.

My honest recommendation is to give this a miss and stick to their regular fare.

A delicious warm banh mi with tender well-marinated juicy beef! Bam! $9.90

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馃嵈DINE OUT馃嵈
馃搷Joo Chiat Caphe, Joo Chiat 馃搷
馃捀 Iced Vietnamese Coffee: $3.80
馃捀 Iced Drip Vietnamese Coffee: $4.80
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Spent a chill afternoon at Joo Chiat Caphe with a cup of delicious Vietnamese coffee鈽. Generally, there are 2 types of coffee you can get here, the usual Vietnamese coffee and the Drip Vietnamese coffee. We preferred the Ice Drip vietnamese coffee for it had a stronger and more fragrant flavour, while the normal ice Vietnamese coffee tasted a little too diluted over time馃. Even though, the drip version costs a little more, we'll definitely recommend getting that馃榾! Saw that they offer fusion Bahn mis馃 as well with pretty interesting flavours, we'll love to come back and try them in the future馃槏!

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Chanced upon this Vietnamese restaurant and could not pass up a good bowl of pho! We ordered the Sliced Beef Ribeye, Chicken Wings, Iced coffee with Milk and Plum Lime Soda. Overall broth is yummy, beef slices are nice and tender. Pho noodles are cooked nicely :) Read that this place is opened and run by a Vietnamese couple who are deaf, even though we can鈥檛 communicate they are friendly and service is quick! Will definitely recommend and come back again :)

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Mountain Style Chicken on Skewers
boneless chicken in special cham cheo salt rub on skewer

Goby Fish in Viet-Style Chilli Sauce
grilled goby fish glazed with viet street style chillies sauce

Premium Japanese Wagyu Pho
japanese wagyu sliced beef noodles in a slow cooked beef broth boiled for 12 hours, served with fresh herbs

basically a deconstructed vietnamese rice paper spring roll in a bowl! it's rly what you see is what you get nothing special about it but it's still a decently pleasant & filling meal. prices are rly affordable too ($10.80 nett for the pork bowl & $9.80 nett for the chicken bowl) so that's a winning factor 馃専 loved the coffee ($4.60)!!!

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The BBQ Dry Pho was pretty tasty but what I enjoyed most was the accompanying sauce that was citrusy and refreshing, reminiscent of som tam!

Dishes here are affordably priced, so if healthy eating is your new year resolution for this year and you've yet to get started on it, pay them a visit before your resolution becomes obsolete in 3 months time 馃槀

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Then comes the Fresh Summer Rolls, sliced in half and standing to attention (somewhat) in their silky white skin. Packed with crunchy, sweet greens, tofu skins, pickles and mixed herbs and roasted peanuts, they do taste a tad bland on its own, so dipped it in the accompanying sauce to amp up its flavours!

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The Banh Mi is a handful to deal with, where this huge length (though cut in half) of crispy baguette is overstuffed with tofu, banna ham and an insane amount of vegetation with basil taking centre stage. Prepped extra serviettes.

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The Oyster Mushroom Fritters were absolutely addictive and I can see it going hand in hand with a bottle of ice cold beer. Lightly battered and utterly crunchy, this mushroom fritters were in a big, tangled mess with an amazing seasoning that'll make you go 'do you mind if I finish this?' 馃憛

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