The Orange Lantern prides itself by serving delicious Vietnamese cuisines in addition to its award winning specialties like BBQ Beef in Betel Nut Leaves (Appetizer category), Special Beef Noodle Soup (Main course category) & Avocado shake (Drinks category). The restaurant’s distinctiveness lies in its use of authentic and fresh ingredients which gives the food its authenticity. Coupled with an ambience that is both vibrant and friendly, dining at The Orange Lantern will be an experience for all food lovers to enjoy.
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1 Maritime Square
#01-98 HarbourFront Centre
Singapore 099253

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

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Price

~$15/pax

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I ordered the Grilled Chicken with Rice Vermicelli & Vietnamese Rolls. The chicken was crisp and had a peanut crunch to it. The rice vermicelli, was moist enough to be eaten as rice, which was surprising because the dish came with no soup. The vietnamese rolls were crispy and the sauce it came with had just the right amount of tanginess and sweetness.

First, it comes with two deep-fried spring rolls despite it being a noodle dish. Even more amazing, some places pack their spring rolls with the rice noodles too and a whole melange of prawn and herbs – Thai basil and coriander, mostly. Secondly, I love how fish sauce changes the flavour profile of a dish so drastically, from zilch to fab. You get this burst of savouriness and amazing zing of umami from the drizzles of sauce you add to the dish alongside the deep-fried shallots – both out of frame. Lastly, you get an illusion of healthy eating because all you get are clean flavours as well as the generous addition of herbs and vegetables (both fresh and pickled), and lean protein from the grilled beef tenderloin which is typically studded with roasted ground nuts for texture. Ok, that's all.

The allure of crusty French loaf sandwiching a mélange of beautiful flavours and textures is an all-encompassing one. You get meaty and subtly charred from the beef slices that have first been marinated with fish and soy sauce to give the meat that inimitable Indochinese character. To balance its richness and the bread's oft-criticised heftiness because it's a carb-loader, you get juliennes of radish and carrot that have been pickled in vinegar to help cut away the fat. And then there's coriander. Do you know that for someone not to like coriander it is actually a hereditary condition? It's because your gene make-up does not prefer (or detest) the herb's pungency and strong aroma. Ok, that's all.

The Viet White Coffee is a must! It costs $270 got 13 pax which is at a pretty high range, considering many of us didn't order for a filling dinner. Well, this is a place to go if you're considering a new cuisine! Oh, just to note, we went to the one at Harboufront Center. Do make a reservation if you're considering for a group!
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