Que

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~$10/pax
We sell origin Vietnamese and healthy homestyle food. Visit us at www.que.sg

111 Somerset Road
#01-K10 111 Somerset
Singapore 238164

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Monday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 08:00pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Why go too far when we can have the Vietnamese banh mi in the hood. 😎 It is juicy pork belly with crunchy baguette and pickle fillings (carrots, onions we think). We love the new packaging (bamboo basket & food wrapping paper) PLUS there are plenty of green corianders to munch on. 🍀

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this is my go to there (& i visit relatively often). super tender n flavourful pork, w crisp and meaty spring rolls n chewy noodles that complement its counterparts. rmb to add the sauce on the side into the noodles, makes a ton of difference ~~~

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tried out @quehomesg134 ‘s new lemongrass chicken awhile back and its rly good 😋 it’s the exact same as my fav pork rendition, but the chicken is soft n tender w a light and tangy lemongrass profile ~~~

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Cheap & authentic Vietnamese in a coffee shop! We had the banh mi too which was pretty good

Finally got the time to revisit Que, a Vietnamese stall within Johnson Eatery at Blk 125 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh which is also where Mr. Fish & Chips previously at PoMo is relocated to.

Usually only available with pork, but was whipped up special version with beef by the lady boss who makes the beef upon order. Really like the shattering crisp bread that carried some bite without crumbling down into a mess, also buttered for flavour. The meat was well-marinated and absolutely flavourful; savoury, yet tender and void of any gaminess, while the various greens help add texture and flavour contrast with cucumbers giving a crunch and coriander cutting through the meatiness of the sandwich. The chili padi provided a hint of spiciness when one bites on them; providing some kick as well. A pretty good rendition of the Banh Mi that I would not mind going for again!

it’s so so so good as compared to the commercial ones (no shade though). the bread is so buttery soft and fluffy chewy, yet crisp on the outside. inside it’s jampacked of yummy ingreidients, from the juicy tender beef slices that are so flavourful to the tart crunchy veges. i love how the contrasting tastes are able to complement each other so well i can’t even fully describe how satisfying this was :”) jk had the pork and broc bowl which was delicious as well, and even he as a “meh about bread” person found the banh mi to be exceptionally good :”)

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