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Soft & tender chicken that came with two very nice sauce (some sambal chili and a garlic mayo). The skin was very crispy as well so extra points!!!! Steak burger was good as well as the meat to bun and veg ratio was on point.

Cô Ba means Miss Three in Vietnamese, but this is one of the best among Việt restaurants in Sing. Granted, there’s no great fine dining or even home-style Việt eateries here - it’s all street food - but Cô Ba is authentic and yummy. The menu is shorter than the famous Long Phụng in Joo Chiat, but the food is better, it’s more central, and much quieter. Prices are extremely reasonable, and they don’t charge for GST and service.

Cô Ba means Miss Three in Vietnamese, but this is one of the best among Việt restaurants in Sing. Granted, there’s no great fine dining or even home-style Việt eateries here - it’s all street food - but Cô Ba is authentic and yummy. The menu is shorter than the famous Long Phụng in Joo Chiat, but the food is better, it’s more central, and much quieter. Prices are extremely reasonable, and they don’t charge for GST and service.

Cô Ba means Miss Three in Vietnamese, but this is one of the best among Việt restaurants in Sing. Granted, there’s no great fine dining or even home-style Việt eateries here - it’s all street food - but Cô Ba is authentic and yummy. The menu is shorter than the famous Long Phụng in Joo Chiat, but the food is better, it’s more central, and much quieter. Prices are extremely reasonable, and they don’t charge for GST and service.

Cô Ba means Miss Three in Vietnamese, but this is one of the best among Việt restaurants in Sing. Granted, there’s no great fine dining or even home-style Việt eateries here - it’s all street food - but Cô Ba is authentic and yummy. The menu is shorter than the famous Long Phụng in Joo Chiat, but the food is better, it’s more central, and much quieter. Prices are extremely reasonable, and they don’t charge for GST and service.

Cô Ba means Miss Three in Vietnamese, but this is one of the best among Việt restaurants in Sing. Granted, there’s no great fine dining or even home-style Việt eateries here - it’s all street food - but Cô Ba is authentic and yummy. The menu is shorter than the famous Long Phụng in Joo Chiat, but the food is better, it’s more central, and much quieter. Prices are extremely reasonable, and they don’t charge for GST and service.

Loved this dish! The pork belly slices and pork balls in the soup were tasty (contrary to how unappealing it may look in the picture), and the soup had a light subtle taste which went well with the noodles. Dipped the noodles into the soup since the soup could be a little too oily. Very interesting dish!

not bad, didn’t have to wait for long, yummy burger

My food buddy had just came back from hanoi and was craving bun cha, so we googled ‘best bun cha sg’ and this came up.

The broth of the bun cha is a delicious mix of savoury, sweet, tangy, and the flavour was so good! It came with 3 well-marinated meatballs, pork belly sliced, carrot and papaya slices, and the thin rice noodles which had a nice bite to it.

The banh mi baguette is crisp on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside and very fresh! Definitely one of the better, if not best, banh mi I’ve had in Singapore.

Needless to say, this was a really satisfying meal :)

The clear broth is surprisingly robust and packs lots of seafood sweetness. I love that they use mee tai mak here. Their chef-recommended meatballs are also worth a try, very flavourful with good bite. 8.5/10! #foodie #foodsg #foodiesg #foodgasm #foodporn #sgfood #sgfoodies #sgfoodporn #instafood #instafood_sg #burpple #hungrygowhere #delicious #delish #whati8today

Feature PHỞ BÒ ĐẶC BIỆT, Special beef combination nooddle soup.
The broth is light with beefy flavoured, served with tender beef brisket and beef balls.
💰$9.9
📍Mrs Pho.
349 Beach Rd.