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Recommended lists of Best Vietnamese Food & Restaurants in Singapore, 2018
Burpple Guides, Vietnamese 10 Best Places for Vietnamese in Singapore There's more to Vietnamese than the usual pho, banh mi and spring rolls. There are spicy beef stew noodle soups, Vietnamese hotpot, broken rice bowls, Vietnamese BBQ and more. Check this list out for more soul-satisfying authentic Vietnamese cuisine!
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The choice of dinner place was between old airport road hawker or this, and eventually decided on this because we can go to old airport road anytime via bike/mrt. But this long phung is so troublesome to get there via public transport! We ordered exactly the same dishes as what we had one year ago. Who loves Vietnamese fried spring rolls as much as me! 🤭 #burpple #burpplesg #longphung

I've been here a few times now, and I have to say it's a real value for money lunch spot. Quan Co Ba serves up fresh, delicious Vietnamese food for half the price you'd pay if you were in a regular sit-down restaurant, and they have everything you'd expect.

I personally enjoyed the grilled chicken with bee hoon ($6) the most - it's a deceptively simple name, and the bowl comes with a healthy portion of savory chicken, soft noodles, assorted vegetables and peanuts. It's surprisingly refreshing, and a great lunch on a hot day.

To put the price of food here into perspective, a super filling, toasty and fresh Bahn Mi is $5. A McGriddle a la carte is $5.40. Between the both of them, what you get here is more than worth it.

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This dish is essentially fresh clams and mussels cooked in a sweet and spicy lemongrass broth that is deeply aromatic and well flavoured. The clams are fresh and succulent, making slurping them out of their shells a breeze.
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If you think the French influence on culinary traditions in Vietnam stops at banh mi, here’s a fusion dish to keep on your radar.
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Bánh xèo ($11.50), which literally translates into “sizzling cake,” is a crêpe made from rice flour colored with turmeric and packed with a filling of mung bean paste, shrimp, bean sprouts, enoki mushrooms and sliced pork. The locals would wrap up these slices in an array of herbs into a mini spring roll, then dipping them into nuoc cham, sweetened fish sauce with chile. A dish you would have to prepare to get your hands dirty!
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With its relatively affordable price points, robust and deeply scented flavours, these are dishes that respectfully reminisce the food on the streets of Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam. If you're ready to explore beyond the basic Vietnamese dishes like pho and spring rolls, this place will impress you no less. Way to go, Mộc Quán!
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Read more on our blog: www.atasteofdojo.com/moc-quan
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📍Mộc Quán
81 Clemenceau Avenue,
UE Square Shopping Mall, #01-23
Singapore 239917
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The bbq pork has the true taste of street side hawkers, blatant grilling and coated with strongly flavoured sauce. Especially loved the rice noodles, simple and light, giving a really refreshing balance to the grilled meat.
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Read more on our blog: www.atasteofdojo.com/moc-quan
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📍Mộc Quán
81 Clemenceau Avenue,
UE Square Shopping Mall, #01-23
Singapore 239917
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A warm French baguette encases fresh vegetables and grilled chicken, crisp crunch amidst a fluffy interior, like those found in Vietnam. Baguettes here are baked in house daily, so the freshness is impeccable. Bánh Mì Gà Nướng, or baguette with roasted chicken goes at $7.50, somewhat the price of a premium subway but bursting with so many cultural flavours. All Bánh Mì here is served with cucumber, parsley, butter, pickled vegetables and Vietnamese chilli.
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Read more on our blog: www.atasteofdojo.com/moc-quan
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📍Mộc Quán
81 Clemenceau Avenue,
UE Square Shopping Mall, #01-23
Singapore 239917
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#eatbooksg #yoursingapore #sgig #ForeverHungry #hungrygowhere #hungrygowheresg #singaporefood #shiok #yum #iweeklyfood #sgfooddiary #exploreflavours #dojoeats #atasteofdojo
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To us, Vietnamese food is not just about spring rolls or Pho. Mộc Quán is truly a refreshing find and lovers of the cuisine will surely appreciate.
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Get a taste of Bún riêu with this large bowl of Bún bò Huế ($14.90). It came with so many goodies, a large serving of herbs submerged in the hot spicy broth. The soup starts with pork and beef bones, gets a kick from lemongrass, fish sauce and shrimp paste, and finishes the job with a tangle of herbs, onions and chile, a squeeze of lime and a few delicious add-ons like tender sliced brisket and pork pâté, and, in just about every iteration, mind-blowingly good—nothing beats a correctly prepared bowl of Bún bò Huế.
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Read more on our blog: www.atasteofdojo.com/moc-quan
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📍Mộc Quán
81 Clemenceau Avenue,
UE Square Shopping Mall, #01-23
Singapore 239917
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#eatbooksg #yoursingapore #sgig #ForeverHungry #hungrygowhere #hungrygowheresg #singaporefood #shiok #yum #iweeklyfood #sgfooddiary #exploreflavours #vietnamesefood #vietnam #hochiminh #dojoeats #atasteofdojo

😍 🇻🇳 $5.90 nett.
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This time I chose the one filled with pate and sausages. I also found out that they only bake about 25 baguettes daily, keeping them fresh, crunchy and airy.

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@nomadicexpat expertly asked them if they serve this as it wasn’t on the menu and they said yes! First time trying this and I like how it’s spicy and sour.

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Generous fillings of sliced pork belly and prawns, this is best savoured wrapped in the lettuce leaves, with basil and pickles and then a generous dipping of the sauce. Perfect for balmy hot Sundays

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