277 Orchard Road
#B2-15 orchardgateway
Singapore 238852

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Thursday:
11:00am - 08:30pm

Friday:
11:00am - 08:30pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 08:30pm

Sunday:
09:00am - 08:30pm

Monday:
11:00am - 08:30pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 08:30pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 08:30pm

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Compared to the beef pho which was outstanding , this paled in comparison.

The vegetables were sat out too long so they lacked the freshness or jucyness I was looking for. Would be better if the ratio of vegetables to vermicelli was more :)

The spring roll wrapper was also a little under moistened at some parts so they were hard and didn’t do very well for my stomach which was already not feeling so well .

Go for the beef pho I say :)
That was faultless .

Tucked in the basement of Orchard gateway is this lovely hole in the wall Vietnamese restaurant.

Definitely one of the most authentic and clean tasting beef pho I have had - without any of that msg nonsense . The broth is aromatic and light and so comforting for the stomach .

The pho is smooth and QQ and the beef slices are generous .

The price point is yet another reason why I would keep coming back for more .

Pho Bo Tai (S$8)
Sliced Beef Ribeye Noodle Soup

Goi Cuon Heo Voi Tom (S$6/ 2 rolls)
Pork with prawn fresh spring rolls

Sinh To Bo (S$5)
Avocado milk shake

Available at @signsatasteofvietnam in @orchardgatewaysg
The pho was served fast but the rest waited until people sitting next to me ordered, eaten and left still had not come.
The drink was the last item to arrive. Quite thick and creamy.

Signs A Taste of Vietnam Pho
Address 🏡 : 277 Orchard Road, # B2-15 Orchard Gateway, Singapore 🇸🇬 238 852
Open ⏰ :
Mon - Sat : 11am - 8.30pm
Sun : 9am - 8.30pm
Note 📝 : no GST or service charge

My favourite Phở is back in town! Some of you may have knowm Signs A Taste of Vietnam when it was in a small corner of Midpoint Orchard some time back. Now they've reopened their new outlet at Orchard Gateway (B2) with a lot more seating and an expanded menu.

The most expensive Phở on their menu is just $10 nett! No GST & service charges! With that being said, please be patient when you dine there. It's really a small business that could do with support. And if you haven't had the chance to interact with the owners before, the restaurant is called Signs as the owners/couple, Anthony and Angela, are hearing impaired. With the bigger outlet and on going covid restrictions, it's a little harder to interact though in the past we've had exchanges with Anthony who told us their background story.

Visit for a try of their Phở, which I enjoy because it has a clean taste even for the beef. Plus, where else can you get dine-in Phở for less than $10 in orchard?! This beats the Phở chain of restaurants any day.

Another star is their Avocado milkshake when they manage to get fresh Avocados. Sometimes the drink isn't available as Anthony previously mentioned that they only want to use good quality Avocado. The mango milkshake is also a good option.

Have visited Signs A Taste of Vietnam Pho when they had first opened their doors at Midpoint Orchard. It’s been quite a while since they had moved out of their previous premises and took a hiatus from the F&B scene, but they are now back at a bigger space at basement two of Orchard Gateway just slightly away from the LiHo outlet within the same mall, and also offers a bigger menu that range from Pho, Noodle Salad, Curry Boneless Chicken, Stews to Banh Mi.

The Beef Feast Combo Pho is the “all-stars” combo for those who are looking to having their beef pho here — it features elements such as sliced beef ribeye, sliced beef shin and beef balls all swimming with rice noodles, beansprouts in the usual beef broth that is used for all the Beef Pho here. The broth here is somewhat on the lighter side that seems to focuses more on the herbs; mildly savoury but comes with a fairly clean finish without being too beefy or gamey, though may come across as a little bit bland for some. Otherwise, the beef slices were pretty tender and not particularly gamey, with the beef balls carrying quite a good bite — the rice noodles being slurpy and smooth and the entire bowl was actually quite easy to finish.

That being said, Signs A Taste of Vietnam Pho is that sort of place where it’s not just about the food — but the story behind the individuals. Opened by a couple whom have hearing disabilities, it’s amazing how they have the courage to open up an eatery where most of us may not have the bravery to just strike it out on our own to do business — not to mention the everyday challenges of running an eatery where communicating with their patrons is key, and having to understand the customers whom may not be so well-versed in sign languages. It is heartwarming to see how the establishment seems to be patronised by regulars whom have caught wind of their return, with the owners being so jovial and friendly and the customers ever so patient and understanding with them — a warm gesture and a sight so heartwarming especially when COVID-19 has got us socially distanced like never before. That is the reason why Signs A Taste of Vietnam Pho is a spot that is worth making the visit — an establishment full of meaning and sincerity and worthy of the support!

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the wagyu beef pho ($6) had a light yet flavourful broth while the beef slices were cooked to a perfect texture. generous portions of side condiments and herbs in the pho; all in all a very down to earth bowl of pho which i'd hands down choose over nam nam. special mention for their avocado smoothie ($4) which was thick and creamy unlike those watered down versions almost everywhere else. really worth a visit especially if you're in town and on a tight budget! also, service was really warm and friendly🤗
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