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Vietnamese πŸ‡»πŸ‡³

Featuring NamNam Noodle Bar (Wheelock Place), ComNam Vietnamese Street Eats, NamNam Noodle Bar (Suntec City), SO PHO (Paragon), Madam Saigon, Huong Viet Vietnamese Cuisine, Saigon Baguette (Suntec City)
Celest Lim
Celest Lim

I like rice paper rolls - the refreshing, clean taste, and the slight crunch from the vegetables wrapped within. These were not the best I’ve had, the rolls fell apart shortly after the shot was taken... but all’s forgiven because... surprise surprise!! There’s actually spam (luncheon meat) found in the rolls!
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Chicken salad to share and start with. Sweet, sour, slightly spicy, and appetising.

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Because the newer Chabuton and Saboten Japanese restaurants were full and had such long queues outside, we detoured to Madam Saigon instead. Good, hearty Vietnamese pho as usual. Trying this Roasted Chicken and Rice Paper Roll Vermicelli with sweet and sour sauce for the first time - good but waaaaay too much noodles! Could easily feed two or more! 😝 Food coma.

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I like this! Very refreshing, crunchy and generously stuffed, great with the spicy peanut dip. Look how translucent the skin is! @ 333 Joo Chiat Road.

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... with mixed beef slices, pork and ham, interesting. The soup/stock for this is a little sour and spicy. @ 333 Joo Chiat Road.

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Interesting dish - tastes like Chinese θ‘±ζ²Ήι₯Ό (spring onion pancake), but thinner, crispier and less doughy. Made of rice flour, water, turmeric powder, stuffed with slivers of fatty pork, shrimp, diced spring onion, and bean sprouts.

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This small restaurant was packed during lunch hour, predominantly office crowd from the precinct. Came here with a colleague who highly recommended the pho for its authentic Vietnamese flavours. Thick tender slices of beef, smooth rice noodles, not-too-sugared clear broth, no uncomfortable MSG-aftertaste. Enjoyed my meal, worth a return.

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I had always only ordered the pho with soup here but decided to try something different this time - and boy did I not regret my decision. This is dry instant noodles alright, but that beautiful runny egg, the chilli, minced meat and condiments altogether, made this a 100% score. Yumms.

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I've always just ordered the pho soup or noodles mains whenever I'm here, this time we decided to order a mix of sides to share - rice paper rolls still win hands down! The fried chicken and banana fritters are good but a tad too crunchy/hard to the bite. Don't bother with the keropok though, there are better ones elsewhere.

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I have posted this too many times! Lol... simply because I'm always eating this whenever I'm at Nam Nam - my no-brainer order. The flavour of this dry noodle dish is really good, made perfect with that egg! (although I'm not a huge fan of the thin "maggie mee" noodles, would be great if they had a rice noodle version).

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Famished after work, couldn't wait for dig in! Spicy tomato soup for starters, really spicy and "shiok", comes with a small cube of crab-pork cake hidden in the base.

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Celest Lim

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