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Long Phung

3.4

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41 reviews

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Long Phung is located at Joo Chiat Road and serves Vietnamese Food. The restaurant's specialty is the Pho - a piping hot bowl of rice noodles with beef slices, garnised herbs and drowned in a rich clear broth.

Daily: 13:00 - 02:00

+65 63442005
$13 based on 82 submissions
Dinner (13 votes), Lunch (13 votes), After Work (12 votes)
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Sited at a corner shop lot, Lots of parking next to it. I tried 7 dishes, all are good. Noisy n crowded. Pricey for Street food.  Not worth the wait, the distance (I am from the West)

Food:  Reasonable taste,  but I not close to Vietnam food in Hanoi n Ho Chi Minh.  I found the beef phyo tough and not from fresh beef - they use frozen beef.  I am of course comparing it to the best phyo I've eaten in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh and even in Phnom Penh.  Rice rolls were reasonable in taste.

Service:  Hit and miss,  not well organised.  you have to catch the attention of the waitress.

Value:  Pricey.

Ambience:  Got aircon but no con,  only air movement.

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• 13 Apr 2015 • 729 reviews • 87 followers

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Sited at a corner shop lot, Lots of parking next to it. I tried 7 dishes, all are good. Noisy n crowded. Pricey for Street food.  Not worth the wait, the distance (I am from the West)

Food:  Reasonable taste,  but I not close to Vietnam food in Hanoi n Ho Chi Minh.  I found the beef phyo tough and not from fresh beef - they use frozen beef.  I am of course comparing it to the best phyo I've eaten in Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh and even in Phnom Penh.  Rice rolls were reasonable in taste.

Service:  Hit and miss,  not well organised.  you have to catch the attention of the waitress.

Value:  Pricey.

Ambience:  Got aircon but no con,  only air movement.
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• 08 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Great food but...

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Saw the review here and brought my vietnam wife here to eat. We reach about 10+pm. And we order a few spicy food. My vietnam wife really like the food and just when i was thinking its a great place. They shut off the air con at 11pm. There were still at least 4 tables of customers around. I understand they wanted to finish work fast and go back home. But where will u find a restaraunt that will shut off their air con when they havent reach closing time and theres still at least 4 table of customers inside eating. This really put me off thus the 2 star in the overall. And the menu price is higher then last time. 
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• 18 Jan 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Short queue at 2pm on a Sunday. Like the energy of the staff and quick service. Food was served gradually with no waiting between dishes. Enjoyed the beef and chicken pho, rolls and papaya salad, washed down with coconut (for her) and Tiger (for me). Recommended
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