[CLOSED] TONKIN Vietnamese Noodle & Coffee

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * TONKIN, a french variation of Đông Kinh, is the name of Hanoi during the Le Dynasty. Designed to be an all-day noodle and cafe joint with a variety of dining experiences, TONKIN serves up authentic Vietnamese food and coffee in a refined, minimal and contemporary setting. The brand pays homage to the essence of Vietnam and Vietnamese culture by melding scenic, lifestyle and mythological influences into its calming yet whimsical aesthetics.

11 Tanjong Katong Road
#02-22/23 KINEX
Singapore 437157

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Comforting bowl of beef pho. Beef was tender and portion was substantial. Added some chili padi in the soup for a touch of spice.

Restaurant was quite empty on a Sat lunch time. Ordered the beef noodles and was pleasantly surprised! Soup was tasty and beef slices were generous. $9.90 for 2 bowls (1 for 1) was great value! Spring roll was also crispy. Will be back if they are still around!

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Came here after reading good reviews but was disappointed by the food. However, food was extremely affordable breaking down to only $5/pax with the Burpple deal since there was no service charge or GST.

Boy: Combination Beef Noodle ($9.90). Was served the wrong dish but didn't rectify the order. Noodles only had lean meat. Found it okay, but a little salty. Says he can't compare it to any benchmark because he doesn't have Pho much. Was very thirsty after the meal.

Girl: Chicken Noodle Soup ($8.90). Found there to be lack of layers where flavor is concerned. Perhaps used to Pho being slightly sour. Soup base had too much fish sauce so it was super salty. Found the food disappointing but edible at first, but by the end of the meal felt quite disgusted by the dish.

Another strange thing was that they did not offer any condiments. Usually there are 4 to 6 different condiments available for Pho but there were none in this restaurant.

Overall, we give the food a combined rating of 4/10. Boy found the taste good but that it was also too salty, and girl just found it bad for Pho. Maybe the only saving grace was the Mint and Lime Soda ($3.80) we ordered, which was refreshing after the salt-loaded soup.

Ordered 2 of the beef combi with burpple 1 for 1 and the crispy spring roll to share — both dishes were very satisfying (especially in this weather) and even more affordable with burpple. Staff was pleasant and the environment was nice too.

This beef pho was not only very affordable (even without burpple), it was also very yummy! The soup was light and refreshing without it being too jelat or salty! It contained the right amount of savoury tones and beefy taste! I enjoyed it thoroughly and what made it even better was the Burpple deal. Overall, the noodles were good and soft while the ambience was a chill and nice place to just hang out and chat with your friends! Enjoyed it :)

Order bun cha gio, beef noodle and fresh spring roll, used burpple 1 for 1 and total bill was $14.50. So glad I chanced upon this space, the vermicelli comes with a sweet and sour sauce to pour over. It was a great dish, refreshing and light on the palate. Coupled with the fried spring roll which gave a perfect balance of savoury and sweet. Food here is really good, with a very nice quiet cafe like environment.