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The soup is superb but not a fan of the cuttlefish. Would order this again.


XO Seafood Bee Hoon ($8.90):
The broth is rich and have a natural sweetness to it. They were quite generous with the XO and it complements the broth well. Good amount of seafood (lots of lala, 1 prawn, cuttlefish) is given. Definitely a mea that is DAMN WORTH IT!

Wow. The seafood broth packed a PUNCH! unlike anything I’ve tried before - full of savoury, seafoody goodness, flavours of sotong, prawn and of course fresh lala. The creaminess of the soup is paired so well with the tanginess of seafood , a true match made in heaven... Topped with XO and fresh spring onion, every mouthful is literally a party for your tastebuds. Also the noodles cannot be found in SG, and imported from Malaysia. Springy with just the right amount of thickness!! A bit pricey but well worth it, with tons of liao, including a generous serving of lala to last you from your first bite to well after your last, beyond that you’ll be craving for more!!


Light yet punches with flavor. Love it! At just $5 per set, it makes it easy for me to be back again.


This was particularly delicious amongst the Vietnamese dishes I tried from this nondescript food court stall. Somehow, the lemongrass marinade managed to seep into every fibre of the chicken meat, rendering it superbly fragrant. It went really well with the other items on the plate: the cool slab of Vietnamese-style steamed egg, crunchy pickled strands of carrot and radish, and tomato slices. The soup was also a nice surprise with soft pieces of pumpkin and bits of minced meat in it.
To try this rice set for yourself, look for the only Vietnamese stall inside the air-conditioned Sultan's Kitchen food court.

Inside the bustling air-conditioned food court at the road-facing corner of Sultan Plaza is a Vietnamese food stall. At one glance, it seems to blend with the rest of the stalls but believe me, I know for a fact how authentic it is. This is because I use to frequent the Vietnamese eatery owned and run by this same hawker and his Vietnamese wife. It took up the ground floor unit of a coffeeshop in Joo Chiat. In fact, it was at the opposite end of the same shophouse row as the popular Long Phung. The hawker explained that the landlord took back the place so they had to cease operations. Anyway, the food he serves now is a distilled version of the large menu at the old location, and it's still as tasty as ever. Tweaked to complement the food court location and pricing, he offers simple and affordable one-dish meals (such as pork chop and lemongrass chicken sets at $5 each) plus a few dishes that are perfect for sharing (for eg. Vietnamese rice paper spring rolls at $5 for 4 pieces).
This is definitely a good place for lunch if you are in the area.