302 Tiong Bahru Road
#02-113 Tiong Bahru Plaza
Singapore 168732

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11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

11:30am - 09:00pm

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I love Vietnamese food but more so their version of the dry tossed vermicelli as opposed to the more popular pho in broth .

Was wandering around Tiong Bahru Plaza and it’s one of those places you have a hard time finding something to eat - because there seems to be everything there and yet nothing if you know what I mean .

Decided to try O Banh mi because I saw that it was manned by Vietnamese and plus they don’t charge service charge and Gst πŸ˜‚ .

I upsized my noodles to share between 2 and the portion was huge .

The chicken was well marinated and the popiah was crips outside , moist inside and very delicious .

To the dry vermicelli, I added -

1) a generous squeeze of lime
2) 4 tablespoons of the accompanying sweet plum look a like sauce
3) 1 tablespoon of siracha chilli
4) asked for more roasted peanuts
5) finished off with one teaspoon of Maggie seasoning

( all Chilli / seasoning was placed on the table for your use )

Toss everything together - the lettuce , cucumber , carrots , mint leaves and the vermicelli.

The result ? Heavenly .

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If you are looking for something value. Go for their set meal which include a main dish, spring roll, ice cream and canned drink for around $17.90.

Their grilled chicken was juicy and not so oily. It also comes with a small bowl of soup.

It has been awhile since my last meal for some Vietnamese food. I found this place in Tiong Bahru Plaza so decided to give it try.

The wrapping skin was crispy and filled with generous amount of ingredients inside.


For a huge bowl of Vietnamese pho with generous servings of tenderloin and meatballs at only $9.90 NETT, I must say that this is a pretty good deal πŸ‘ The soup is well-infused with beef flavor and take it up a notch by squeezing some lime juice in πŸ˜‰


They actually cost $7 as there was a dollar discount for PwP with any purchase of pho or vermicelli or rice items. The tender wings were sticky and sweet with a light crisp on their skin. I thought they were good enough on their own without the creamy sauce on the side. πŸ˜„


Ironically I prefer the rice items at O Banh Mi because they done it right for this thick slab of grilled pork chop. It was tender, still slightly moist inside with the charred aroma exterior. The set comes with choice of soft drink which imo is quite worth the money. πŸ˜‹