Long Phung at Joo Chiat has been around for a decade but it seems that they remain unbeatable as the best Vietnamese food in Singapore.
Saigon Alley at Novena Gardens serves good comforting Vietnamese food.
Mrs Pho House, Rangoon Road: Vietnamese Seafood Cze Char, One of the Best Casual Restaurants This Year!
Along Rangoon Road, Mrs Pho House serves Vietnamese seafood cze char which are just FANTASTIC.
if you want “authentic” Vietnamese food, Fat Saigon Boy at Ann Siang Road is not the place to go; the food is adjusted to local tastebuds. Which means to say it’s not bad at all.
I’ve been having cravings for Vietnamese food, and while Pho Tai at Capitol Piazza didn’t manage to scratch my itch, the food was good and affordable. Can visit.
Comparing with Ding Dong just a few streets away, which has a similar Asian fusion concept, May May is far superior in terms of food, pricing, decor, and service. But I wonder if it would appeal to an Asian palate.
It’s sincere little joints like these that restore my faith in the F&B industry.
What to Eat at One Raffles Place: Ramen Isshi, Ngon Vietnamese, The Daily Cut, Three Cups Coffee, Matt’s The Chocolate Shop, Feel Rock Korean, & Food Leisure Food Court
First time seeing Food Court’s food more expensive than restaurants’.
Little Vietnam is one of the places that I can’t understand why it is so popular. Huccalily has been here many, many times, and even brought me here twice. The atmosphere is […]
EDIT: Ding Dong has moved to 115 Amoy Street Singapore 069935. We had high expectations for Ding Dong. Afterall, it was opened by Ryan Cliff of Open Door Policy (ODP) and Tippling […]