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Hidden at the basement of orchardgateway is this popular Vietnamese restaurant managed by deaf couple.

Serving authentic Vietnamese cuisine such as pho, salad, spring roll and banh mi.

As for the pho, most people would go for their beef noodle soup. There鈥檚 a few options and I recommend the beef feast combo that comes with everything like beef ball and sliced beef.

Clear taste of the soup, do add lime and chili as you like. The beef was tender and chewy and generous amount in the bowl.

Do support them when you are nearby looking for a good meal.

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Very rare instance I craved for something Vietnamese. Sad that it didn鈥檛 satiate the craving even just a bir 馃ゲ the meat and soup were bland. The add-ons were not fresh as well

Any place I can get a good pho here? 馃ゲ


馃搷 So Pho (The Star Vista)

1 Vista Exchange Green, B1-11 The Star Vista, Singapore 138617

#sopho #burpplesg

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Beef Banh Mi (S$5.50)
Available at @starbaguette
Selected spicy version
Tender flavourful meat

Banh Mi Thit
Address 馃洊 : Blk 824 Tampines Street 81, # 01-08 Singapore 馃嚫馃嚞 520 824
Open 馃拡 : 7.30am - 8.30pm

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Ordered the duck pho and pork salad. Didn't like the pork salad, found it salty and some veggies / herbs were quite strong tasting. The duck pho was not bad! Affordable with Burpple. Was quite empty on a Thursday night, no need to make reservation

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A great choice for supper as they open until 2am and offer island-wide delivery services as well with a minimum order of 2-3 dishes!

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The Shenton Food Hall is modestly sized. My meal had soft pieces of beef with sprouts and carrots. I think the rice option may be better suited instead of breed, though. Overall decent place to eat.

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饾悘饾悺饾惃 饾惌饾悶饾惂饾悵饾悶饾惈饾惀饾惃饾悽饾惂 (4.5 猸愶笍; $13.90) - Enjoyed the fragrant soup with its rich depth of beefy flavour. The thinly cut beef tenderloin was tender.

饾悘饾悺饾惃 饾悳饾悺饾悽饾悳饾悿饾悶饾惂 饾惌饾悺饾悽饾悹饾悺 (3.5 猸愶笍; $9.90) - Lighter rendition with distinct chicken aroma and sweeter undertones. Found the meat itself on the tougher side.

Enhance the pho with fresh herbs; one can pluck their choices directly off the stem, true to the Vietnamese style.

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Very crispy! This place serves one of the better Banh Mis in Singapore at an affordable price. I have tried the pork, chicken, egg and ham Banh Mis and I recommend getting the ham one. Beware though if you cannot take spicy food, the chilli's used are fresh and I had a terrific burning sensation when I bit into multiple of their chillis at the same time!

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A delicious bowl of Vietnamese pork vermicelli for a change from banh mi. Quite thick pieces of well marinated pork. Wish there was a Vietnamese fried spring roll added to it.

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tried the pancake and beef pho noodles!!

pancake was great and fun (but messy) to make too haha they give you rice paper and a spray so you鈥檙e supposed to spray the rice paper with water on both sides then put veggies and the pancake and the sauce inside then wrap everything and when you eat it it鈥檚 a burst of flavours and textures highly recommend !!!

beef pho noodles was tasty but idk if i like the soup to be so sweet but if u do then go for it it鈥檚 also damn worth with burpple 1-1 deal !!!

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Located right at the junction of circular road is @cochungvietnameserestaurant , which is quite the 鈥渉otspot鈥 during lunch, both literally and physically given how it鈥檚 packed with office workers and contributing to the blistering heat and heartless humidity. They do have air conditioned seats but they鈥檙e limited and usually allocated to those who have made a reservation to which I was clearly not one of them.

Taking a look at the menu, you鈥檇 find that all the classics are there and priced affordably. Decided to go with Ph峄 B貌 (Pho Beef Soup) and though I haven鈥檛 had much good phos before, I thought this was everything it should be! My pho arrived in a huge bowl, where the slippery rice noodles laid at the bottom in a tangled mess and was topped with a handful of vegetation at the top, ie coriander, spring onions, beansprouts. The thinly sliced, raw, beef ribeye laid beautifully in the bowl, adding a nice shade of red to the overall aesthetics. Served in a metal pot on the side is the beef broth which is made with their family recipe and secret ingredients combine with slow-cooked beef bone for at least 10 hours. This steaming stock spots rich savoury depths in which you could really tastes the essence from the long simmering hours and will have you chasing the last few droplets around the bowl with a spoon. When pouring the broth into the bowl, the heat of it does help to slightly scald the ribeye, deeming it more cooked and safer for consumption.

It is a dish to which I would return time and again for comfort more than anything else but next time, I鈥檒l make a reservation at the air conditioned areas sheesh 馃サ

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