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Vietnamese

Featuring Long Phung Vietnamese Restaurant, Pho Stop, Làng Nuöng Việt Nam, Uncle Ho Tuckshop, Saigon Alley, SO PHO (Jem), Wrap & Roll (The Star Vista), Saigon Lotus, Hanoi Vietnamese Restaurant, Pho Hanoi
Maureen Ow
Maureen Ow
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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. 

Read more: https://www.misstamchiak.com/vietnamese-food-singapore/

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.

Read more: http://www.misstamchiak.com/saigon-alley/

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.

Read more: http://www.misstamchiak.com/48-hours-ho-chi-minh/

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/

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

Read more: http://www.misstamchiak.com/danang-food-tour/

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.

Read more: http://www.misstamchiak.com/long-phung-vietnamese-restaurant/

The dumplings are made from two small 2″ rounds of rice paper that is steamed to get the soft and chewy texture. The dough is made with rice comes from Mekong Delta and the filling is made with minced shrimp with spices, wraps into the shape of a rose. 

Read more: http://www.misstamchiak.com/hoi-an-food-tour/

Grilled clams with scallion oil, toasted peanuts and sweet chilli fish sauce.

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Barbeque is by old-fashioned clay stoves from Vietnam which is slowly diminishing over time. Here, the meat is marinated in a range of homemade Vietnamese sauces.

Read more: http://www.misstamchiak.com/lang-nuong-vietnam-jalan-besar/

So Pho offers an array of Vietnamese specialities such as Banh Xeo, a Vietnamese crepe with generous amount of bean sprouts and seafood. Here's the traditional Vietnamese Pho Noodle Soup which comes with sliced beef, brisket and beef balls. read more: http://www.misstamchiak.com/restaurant-guide-at-jem/

One of the best things about dining here is that you can keep it well under $15 per person for a full meal, including desserts. Grilled Pork Chop with Noodles is a salad of grilled pork, fried spring roll and soft rice noodles which you can tossed tossed with mint leaves, cucumber and sweet-and-sour sauce. Read more: http://www.misstamchiak.com/pho-hanoi/