5 Lorong Telok
Singapore 049018

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Monday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Tuesday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Wednesday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Thursday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Friday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Saturday:
11:30am - 10:30pm

Sunday:
Closed

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Stepping in to Co Chung is like a trip back to Hoi An in Vietnam. Famed for the many lanterns that adorn the ancient city. And that’s precisely why this restaurant has been a highlight of the week for Nibbler. You begin to realize dining at such restaurants are reminiscences of all your past travels and all the awesome Vietnamese food Gobbler and Nibbler had back then.

Nibbler actually went back to Co Chung twice in a week after the first visit with C (thanks missy for your reco). You can be rest assured these are all authentic Vietnamese food and very affordable as well. (PS: The staffs are also Vietnamese, has to be authentic enough.)

The super thin vermicelli with grilled pork has to be my favourite dish 🤤 (for now and until I am done exploring the entire menu). They have sprinkled bits of peanuts and crushed prawn onto the vermicelli and it tasted flavorful. I am quite a fan of fish sauce so dipping the soft vermicelli and pork with the sauce gives it an additional umami.

Bun cha was pretty satisfying! Rice noodles were the standard sort. The dipping sauce came piping hot in a ceramic bowl, it looked small but it was packed with grilled pork slices (~10 I think? that’s a lot) and 2 meatballs, plus the usual thin slices of carrot and green papaya. The sauce was very umami, sweet and sour and slightly spicy. Grilled pork slices were grilled very nicely, the caramelised flavour was pretty enjoyable. But the lean parts could have been more tender, it’s not dry/tough yet but on its way. Meatballs were not bad, rather hearty and slightly peppery. This came with raw beansprouts, basil, lettuce, and spring onions. I liked the dish and I would come back for this!

Banh xeo was okay - there’s a mix of crisp and tender parts, but the pancake mix had a very strong margarine taste that I’m not a fan of :/ In the filling there’s prawns (nicely prepped!), pork belly (it’s just blanched not grilled, so it’s a little meh and very fatty so I didn’t eat much), sliced onions (briefly cooked so it’s not very soft, has a crunch but not raw), and the most interesting - mung beans. I don’t rmb other banh xeos that I try having mung beans, which gave it a different flavour and texture (a mash of sorts). Serving size is pretty huge, comes with lots of veg, basil, and pickled carrot / radish.

The 𝐁𝐞𝐞𝐟 𝐏𝐡𝐨 (4.5 ⭐️; $10.50) had an umami laden broth with silky rice noodles and tender beef slices. The highlight was the broth - light but complex, with distinct notes of star anise.

Ultra crisp bread and well-balanced medley of flavours and textures. Would recommend!

Bun cha hanoi @ $11.80

Basically it's a bowl of different pork - meatballs and grilled pork belly in an extremely tasty and flavourful broth. Comes with vermicelli, which is perfectly complemented by the broth. Vegetables in the dish added a crunch, and a refreshing dimension to the taste.

Really good dish.

Came to this outlet after trying out the one at Plaza Singapura a few months back, both outlets are really good. Not so sure about whether it's authentic, but don't really care since the food is great.

Only thing is the drinks is on the expensive side and there's more ice than the drink itself.

Cucumber and carrot salad with prawn and pork slices @ $8.90

Light and refreshing, perfect as an appetiser dish. Good amount of peanuts to balance out the taste and added a good crunch to the texture too.

Similar ingredients to the pancake that we ordered but tasted so different because of the sauce and dressing, so it's not one dimensional and really nice and refreshing.

Came to this outlet after trying out the one at Plaza Singapura a few months back, both outlets are really good. Not so sure about whether it's authentic, but don't really care since the food is great.

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