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Noodles from morning until night

In Vietnamese culinary terms, noodle soups are called mon nuoc, or “watery dish”. If Vietnamese don’t eat them for breakfast, they have them for lunch or as snack, or for supper. They are considered mon phu, or “secondary dishes” and are never eaten as the main meal of the day.

Pho - A Vietnamese Obsession

The most famous noodle dish from Vietnam is undoubtedly the Pho. Pho Bo (beef noodle soup) is probably the closest the country has to a national dish.

Pho started out as beef soup with rice noodles in a rich broth, topped with finely sliced beef (Pho Bo Tai) and spring onions. Pho with chicken (Pho Ga) was initially considered a soup for women and children, and before 1945 only one stall in Hanoi made Pho Ga. It only became widespread in the years immediately after the Japanese occupation of Vietnam and again during the Bao Cap Era - both times in which beef was hard to come by.

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This casual Vietnamese outlet from the Les Amis Group is headed by Nam Quoc Nguyen, chef of Annam Viet Restaurant. The restaurant serves classic Vietnamese steet food and dishes like pho and banh mi (Vietnamese-style baguette)
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Raffles City Shopping Centre #B1-46, 252 North Bridge Road 179103
Tel 6336 0500
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Plaza Singapura 01-55, 68 Orchard Road 238839
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Wheelock Place #B2-02, 501 Orchard Road 238880
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This casual Vietnamese outlet from the Les Amis Group is headed by Nam Quoc Nguyen, chef of Annam Viet Restaurant. The restaurant serves classic Vietnamese steet food and dishes like pho and banh mi (Vietnamese-style baguette)
One of Singapore’s best Vietnamese eateries. Enjoy an morning vietnam breakfast @ $5.90 only, no GST charge available from 8am to 10am. Consist of banh mi + hot black coffee / classic iced coffee with condensed milk / tea (hot / iced). Food contains no MSG.
This is definitely one of the best place to try some authentic vietnamese cuisine. The noodle soup is covered in fresh ingredients, coupled together with herbs & spices that gives off a nice flavour which will surely enticed you to dine at this place. My personal favourite would definitely be the pho beef combination.
want to try some vietnamese cuisine? head to Namnam noodle bar! its a very interesting fast food of vietnamese food that will surely delight your tummy!
Yummy chicken soup noodle:)
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