359 Beach Road
Singapore 199575

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Saturday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

For $10 you get a bowl of comforting pho; perfect for warming you up during the rainy season. This is my second visit to Co Hao Banh Mi, and I much prefer their pho over those of the big franchises in Singapore. Their pho is refreshing and savoury without packing a tonne of heavy MSG flavour. Give their Banh Mi a try as well, they make the baguettes in house!

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Everything in a banh mi that you’d ever want - pâté, ham, roasted BBQ pork, pickled vegetables. It was not bad but I wouldn’t give it the same hype others give it. I really liked the BBQ pork though, but there wasn’t much in there to begin with.

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Wow this Banh Mi was rly decent! Baguette was fluffy and soft on the inside, toasted perfectly and crispy on the outside and yet not too hard (which can make other baguettes rly hard to eat). The meat was very soft and tender but I do wish that they put more veggies and pickles in haha I felt like they could have been a bittt more generous with the fillings.

The Pho was ok I honestly prefer the one at Mrs Pho better (which is actually just beside) but it’s rly hard to find good Banh Mi in Singapore I’m happy to have discovered this spot 😊

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Overall, abit dry - could do with more sauce. Chicken was okay - abit dry with one big glob of fats and skin found. Bread was soft on the inside and crusty outside - the only saving grace.

Maybe I really should have picked the signature 😐

Nothing to complain about. Broth was light and sweet but would recommend getting their banh mi that's baked in house.

The second banh xeo I’ve ever tried, but this was lacking compared to Red Sparrow’s rendition of banh xeo. This came with shrimp, pork belly, bamboo shoot, bean sprout and green beans which were decently cooked, but the crepe batter was missing something, resulting in an underwhelming dish.

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