5 Restaurants You Can Get Authentic Vietnamese food in Singapore


We’re always in the mood for a glorious spread of Vietnamese food.
Vietnamese food specialty • Co Chung Nam Nam Pho Restaurant Paper Rice
Fusion food with a touch of Vietnamese • Mong Cha Cha Cafe SaVanh Bar & Bistro by IndoChine

The wonderful flavours of phở, bánh mì, and gỏi cuốn have stolen our hearts. But there’s a lot more to Vietnamese food in Singapore than these popular dishes. Visit these 5 Vietnamese restaurants on Oddle Eats to be fascinated by the charms of Vietnamese cuisine once again.

1. Co Chung

 
 
 
 
 
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Vietnamese restaurant Co Chung has been widely raved about for bringing a truly authentic taste of Vietnam to Singapore. Now, Co Chung fans can opt for island-wide delivery or self pick up to indulge in true blue Vietnamese dishes at their convenience.

If you want a quick bite, order their famous Traditional Vietnamese Sandwich – Bánh Mì Thịt (from $11.95++). Sink your teeth into layers of homemade mayonnaise, pâté, roasted pork belly, Vietnamese cold cuts, and more. Supplement your meal with traditional savoury cakes like Vietnamese Flat Dumpling – Bánh Nậm (from $9.95++), made of minced pork and shrimp in steamed flat rice cake and special sweet fish sauce. For those with a sweet tooth, opt for desserts such as their Banana Sweet Soup – Chè Chuối (from $6.85++).

Spend a minimum of $70 to enjoy a complimentary dessert.

2. Mong Cha Cha Cafe

Mong Cha Cha Cafe’s Pholicious (from $9.90++)

Quaint hangout Mong Cha Cha Cafe specialises in vegan Vietnamese cuisine. Their Pholicious (from $9.90++) bowl is an absolute delight with a special pineapple, lime, and vegan abalone broth that’s garnished with fresh herbs, konjac fish slices, and vegan ham. What’s more, you can enjoy your vegan phở with their creative vegan bubble teas which are to die for, such as the Vanilla Bamnut Boba Mylk (from $6.90++) and Mugi Soy Boba Tea (from $6.50++).

3. Nam Nam Pho Restaurant

Nam Nam Pho Restaurant’s Dry Hủ Tiếu Mì Khô, Prawns, Pork, Bambara Groundnut Charcoal Noodle (from $19.90++)

Experience a modern twist on traditional Vietnamese fare when you order from Nam Nam Pho Restaurant! Transport yourself to Saigon without leaving your nest when you order their specialty Dry Pho-Gia Lai style (from $16.90++) with Australian beef slices and minced pork.

Complete your meal at this authentic Vietnamese restaurant with small plates such like the Chạo Tôm: Shrimp on Sugarcane, Fresh Lettuce & Herbs (from $15.50++). Then, wash it all down with a drink like Trà Đá: Lotus Tea (Iced) (from $6.50++). Nam Nam Pho Restaurant even has a huge variety of desserts to pick from including their Banana, Cassava and Tapioca Pearls Dessert, Peanut (from $7.50+++) or Chè Chuối Khoai Mì.

Delivery is free with a minimum order of $120.

4. Paper Rice

Paper Rice’s Grilled Spicy Seafood Platter (from $28.80++)

Get the best of North, Central, and South Vietnam with authentic Vietnamese restaurant, Paper Rice. Pay attention to their Mekong Specials, including their Signature Hand Pulled Grilled Spring Chicken (from $18.80++) and Deep Fried Seabass (from $21.90++). Other fan favourites you must try are their Spring Roll Platter (from $19.90++), Wagyu Beef Pho (from $15.90++), and Spicy Sliced Beef Pho with Soup Hue Style (from $11.90++).

If you’re having some friends over, consider their Vietnamese Family Bundle (for 5 to 6) (from $120++), which comes with a Fresh Spring Rolls Platter, Claypot Chicken Rice, and more sharing plates. Don’t leave without having a taste of their Egg Milk Coffee (from $4.80++)!

Enjoy free island-wide delivery with $60 minimum order.

5. SaVanh Bar & Bistro by IndoChine

SaVanh Bar & Bistro by IndoChine’s Goi Cuon- Rice Paper Prawn Roll (from $13.91++)

At SaVanh Bar & Bistro by IndoChine, they infuse the exotic flavours of Vietnamese food with elements of Laotian and Cambodian cuisines. Try it for yourself with dishes like the Goi Cuon- Rice Paper Prawn Roll (from $13.91++) and Chao Tom- Grilled Sugar-can Prawn (from $14.98++). Mains include the Pho Bo- Vietnamese Beef Noodle Soup (from $18.19++), made with double-boiled superior chicken stock, infused with herbs and spices.

Enjoy free delivery when you spend above $200.


Browse through the Vietnamese restaurants on Oddle Eats today and uncover hidden gems for your next meal!

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