Daily: 08:00 - 22:00
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 street food and dishes like pho and banh mi.
a nice place for a quick meal. aroma and taste of the hot coffee with condensed milk are to my preference, served with a cute retro-looked cup. breakfast and lunch set priced at 5.90 and 9.90 are must try, in a just nice portion and reasonable price.
Food was prepared and served, before I could make my way back to my table after placing the order at the counter . On top of that , it was a Friday night which should be busier . top notch services provided by the staff as they were also very prompt in clearing the tables
This place is one of the worst Vietnamese food place I have ever had - way too far from being authentic. Ordered the sliced beef pho - the beef slices were thick, there were basically no basic ingredients in this dish apart from the pho itself - no mint leaves, no bean sprouts, soup was not flavoursome at all. Asked for some cut chillies to make it taste a tad better, however, you need to pay additional for extra condiments. No value for money, definitely my first and last visit !
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NamNam Noodle Bar is one of the more popular Pho joiunts around town, and the one at Raffles City always has a crowd around lunch time or dinner. NamNam is a pretty decent place to have a casual meal, and the price is quite reasonable, but don't really expect too much from the Pho though. It's ok, but not that great. Ok if you just want a quick, casual meal.