18 Foch Road
Singapore 209260

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12:30pm - 11:00pm

12:30pm - 11:00pm

12:30pm - 11:00pm

12:30pm - 11:00pm

12:30pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

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This, my fellow burpplers, is the nicest bun bo hue I had in Singapore.


Although cheap, this isn't something you can drink anywhere. It's just tea but it did have a unique note to it.

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First, I was disappointed, as I had expected something closer to Thailand's prawn cakes. Then, I found they're not bad, kinda like fish cake but seemingly containing meat too, so it's an interesting paste.

The magnificence of dry Vietnamese noodles mixing together fresh veg and sauces still wows me. Heard this place is authentic and I must concede they are. I would rate this dish a perfect 10 if not for the underwhelming pork chop. Not as tender and fatty as wished. The fried spring rolls were among the best I've tried.

What’s a Vietnamese meal without some spring rolls! Hidden within the crispy brown batter was a filling of an interesting texture; tender, moist but not crunchy. My curiosity was piqued, which had me cracking the secret code from the staff.

So the spring roll filling was actually made of pork, carrot, radish, yam and some Vietnamese spices. That explains the tenderness of the mushy pork meat though I couldn’t really taste the carrot and radish. Dip the spring roll in the fish sauce with chili padi helped for an additional kick of spicy, savoury flavour.

One point worth commending was that initially we were served some burnt spring rolls by the new staff but was noticed by a senior staff and she took the initiative to change the entire plate for us. She was also open to feedback. Great service!

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Get teleported to Vietnam when you dine at the fashionably rustic @langnuongvietnam, especially with the low tables and knee-height chairs that are easily spotted on Vietnam streets. Have your food grilled over charcoal the Vietnamese way in traditional clay stoves, but don’t expect for any smoke extractor which means you might get smoke in your eyes like we did, or having to fight against smoke from neighboring tables.

Thanks to @eatigo_sg , we got the premium BBQ platter at 50%, i.e. $19.95. 🙌🏻 The platter comes with marinated pork belly, pork collar, chicken thigh, squid, prawns, and a vegetable platter of enoki mushrooms, shiitake mushrooms, brinjal slices and lady fingers. Portion was a little small though. Enjoyed the sweet, savoury, flavorful marinate that I even grilled the lettuce, for lining meat, which were soaked in the marinate. The friendly staff recommended us to try the green chili dipping sauce, spicy yet refreshing, sweet, citrusy, cutting through the meat oiliness excellently. The red chili was, on the other hand, fiery.

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