Làng Nuöng Việt Nam

251 Wishlisted
Jalan Besar

~$25/pax

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18 Foch Road
Singapore 209260

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Saturday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Monday:
12:30pm - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
12:30pm - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
12:30pm - 11:00pm

Thursday:
12:30pm - 11:00pm

Friday:
12:30pm - 11:00pm

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Emulating the hustle and bustle of Vietnamese streetside dining, this Vietnamese barbecue restaurant at Foch Road is the place to go on a weekend night if rustic dining is your style — you won't literally be seated by the streets, but the relative discomfort of dining at knee-height tables does require that you work for your food. Thank goodness then that it is delicious, and the bustling ambience transports you momentarily to a buzzy Vietnamese eatery. Order the BBQ Meat Platter ($39.90 for two persons, $69.90 for four), which comes with a well-marinated selection of meats and seafood — prawns, baby squid, pork belly, pork collar, and chicken, along with a platter of vegetables. You will cook the meats over a small charcoal barbecue fire at the table (told you you'll have to work for your food) — it takes awhile, so come here in good company. Their house-secret marinades are what really elevate the flavours of the meat, and the dipping sauces that come with are really tasty too. If you have space, consider adding on a generous slab of Dory Fillet ($11.90). Take Burppler Zi Heng Tay's advice and get a glass of Lemonade ($3.90) for a refreshing pairing.
Pro tip: Dress down and breezy.
Avg price: $25
Photo by Burppler Zi Heng Tay

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Tall people be warned, you're gonna have a tough time eating here for their tables and chairs are only at knee-level (even a short person like me found it uncomfortable). However, these are all in place to mimic a typical eatery in the streets of Vietnam so just bear with it and sink in to an authentic atmosphere.

The BBQ meat platter ($39.90 for 2 pax and $69.90 for 4 pax) is highly recommended for the generous amount of fresh and well-marinated meats (prawns, baby squid, pork belly, pork collar, and chicken). It also comes with a 'vegetable' platter consisting of sausages, crabstick, mushrooms, lady fingers and corn. If these are insufficient, top up with more items from their ala-carte menu, of which I gotten a huge slab of dory fillet at $11.90. You're then given a small pot of charcoal and grill to barbecue your food, and 2 dipping sauces which went extremely well with the meats. The fresh spring rolls (4 for $6.90 and 6 for $8.90), while loaded with ingredients, weren't so great as they had a slightly hard and dry skin. However, the hoisin-like sauce mixed in with grated peanuts that came with it was excellent.

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Looking for some authentic Vietnamese Pho? Try this place at 18 Foch Road. Broth is amazingly delicious and the ice coffee is rich with its Vietnamese coffee bean aroma and taste.

Bonus: get to earn up to about 28% travel rebates here.

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