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100 Pasir Panjang Road
#01-04
Singapore 118518

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 03:00pm

Sunday:
Closed

Monday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 09:00pm

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Reviews

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This is one of the few places in SG where you can get authentic Hanoi bun cha. The pork meatballs are juicy and grilled to perfection. The savory soup blends well with the char from the meatballs.

Do soak the springy noodles in the soup to let it absorb the flavor!

Tried this dish for the first time and was blown away. For the price paid, there is a generous heap of fish and rice noodles to go along. Fish itself was a yummy flavor bomb of fatty, slightly tangy and charred goodness. Super well done. Would definitely come back just for this.

PSA when you walk up the small steps with the guard post on your right, turn right and follow along the car entry. The entrance to the mall is there.

Not sure if I got the right thing as it was quite different from what I expected.

Nonetheless, this was pretty good as the thinly sliced pork belly was tender and the baguette was v airy and crispy. Difficult to beat eating these in house

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Idk how many slices of beef there are originally, but this was pretty damn generous with more pieces of beef than bites of noodles.

Not bad overall, I didn't think too much of the chili oil when I tasted it by itself. Seems lacking in flavour and aroma, but surprisingly it works well once mixed into the soup, providing a comforting heat and mild flavour.

Props go to the beef meatball, which they have a supplier for, as it was springy with quite a bit of beefy flavour.

This fish was just exquisite! Very interesting to marinate it with turmeric which gives it that light, subtle fragrance. Also fried to perfection and the peanuts gave it a nice crunch! Went well with my vermicelli and good to share with a friend as it may be too oily for one person.

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Loved this dish! The pork belly slices and pork balls in the soup were tasty (contrary to how unappealing it may look in the picture), and the soup had a light subtle taste which went well with the noodles. Dipped the noodles into the soup since the soup could be a little too oily. Very interesting dish!

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