Vietnamese

Vietnamese

Featuring Long Phung Vietnamese Restaurant, Super Ngon, Làng Nuöng Việt Nam, Pho Stop, Uncle Ho Tuckshop, SG PHO HOUSE, Saigon Alley, SO PHO (Jem), Que, Signs A Taste Of Vietnam Pho
Maureen Ow
Maureen Ow

Chicken Noodle, Dry - the noodles were dressed with fried garlic, fried onion, peanuts and bean sprouts.

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Sliced beef pho.

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Beef Noodle Soup - The broth is cooked for at least 12 hours, and the distinct sweetness and strong beef flavour are purely derived from beef bones.

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Their Beef Pho - generously filled with rice noodles, beef slices, a beef ball, white onion, spring onions and culantro.

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The portion of the Sliced Beef Ribeye Pho was very generous. The pho noodles were slightly thicker than the ones that I’m used to, but I enjoyed it as it wasn’t mushy, and had a good bite.

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Beef Combo Pho.

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Signature Hanoi Chicken consists of fresh rice noodles served in a bowl of chicken broth. It is served with shredded chicken, fresh beansprouts, sliced onions, scallions, coriander, and thai basil. 

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Northern Vietnamese Beef Salad is one of the appetizer that really open up one’s appetite. The beef was pink and tender, while the salad was tossed with sweet and sour dressing.

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Nha Hang Ngon restaurant offering a comprehensive menu of classic Vietnamese dishes. The menu is full of all the staples of Vietnamese cooking, popular dishes include fresh spring rolls, minced prawn on bamboo and an array of noodle soups.

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Tonkin Vietnamese Cuisine also serves lovely BBQ Pork Belly/Pork Balls with Noodles. The pork belly was surprisingly not oily and very addictive through the hint of sweetness from the marinate. The pork balls, though barbecued, encased the essence within, hence it was not too dry and tough.

Read more: http://www.misstamchiak.com/tonkin-vietnamese-anson-road/

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Bánh xèo is a crackling rice flour crepe filled with bean sprouts, shrimp, spring onions, and mung beans. 

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Goi Cuon - The Vietnamese spring roll is similar to the local popiah, except that they uses fresh vegetables, shrimp, pork and rolls it up with rice paper. This would be best eaten upon serving so that the rice paper wouldn’t harden from being aired.

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