5 Lorong Telok
Singapore 049018

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Friday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

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Reviews

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Think we remember the broth of this bowl to be more flavourful when we first had it at their Plaza Sing outlet, but still enjoyed it here. Their bun rieu broth has a lighter consistency and came with quite a variety of ingredients - mixed crab ball, pork rib, shrimp, tofu and tomato. A pity the ball and pork rib were a tad dry, but the comforting savoury broth made up for it. Liked that the tomato didn’t overpower the broth, though we wouldn’t complain if the crab component was a touch stronger.

Thought this was a little bit pricey for the portion and ingredients in the soup - mostly shredded chicken, with bits of shrimp, crab meat and quail eggs.

Something new on the menu, these mini steamed tapioca dumplings had minced pork and shrimp wrapped in, served with their sweet fish sauce. You can request for them to come spicy or not.

I’ve had their Bánh Nậm - Vietnamese Flat Dumpling (3 for $6.90) before at the Plaza Sing outlet. These 2 dishes are almost the same, but the flat dumplings are otah-shaped and bigger sized. I’m a huge fan of chewy textured food and the texture here was great, but a pity that these mini ones had very little filling. The latter had a better ratio, hence found it more enjoyable!

Really enjoyed our meals at Cô Chung’s original outlet in Plaza Sing, but was quite disappointed with the food here at their new Boat Quay outlet. Not sure if it was an off day when we visited, but they’re still pretty new. Hopefully they work out and make the necessary tweaks. Vibes, atmosphere and service were great though, it was a good spot for catch up with friends!

One of the mains we had was the Vietnamese Broken Rice - came with marinated grilled pork, egg meatloaf and sunny side up on broken rice, with a side of fish sauce. The meats were unfortunately quite dry and tough, though we did like the marination. Would also preferred for it to be served a little hotter.

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Thought their Salted Chilli Prawn ($3.36 each, min 2) skewers sounded very interesting, but they were sold out, so we went with The Chicken Tender ($1.60 each, min 2) and Mixed Pork ($1.70 each, min 2) instead. They also have Beef Tender ($1.90 each, min 2) available. Was disappointed in these though, as both could be much less tough and dry. The marination itself wasn’t too bad but pretty average for its price.

Drinks are pretty pricey here, mostly ranging around $5-$6+. Went with this Iced Lime Milk for something more different and actually really enjoyed the distinctly tangy and refreshing sips. Reminded me a lot of a particular yoghurt drink!

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