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Nam Nam Noodle Bar (Suntec City Mall)

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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 street food and dishes like pho and banh mi.

Daily: 08:00 - 21:30

+65 68845677
$13 based on 11 submissions
After Work (4 votes), Lunch (4 votes), Ala Carte (3 votes)
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My favourite place!

I chanced upon Nam Nam Noodle Bar once when I was dining out with a friend, and I must say that I've been hooked ever since! They have a lunch set which costs $9.90 for a drink (viet coffee/bottled water/lotus tea), a bowl of pho (chicken or beef soup) and a side/appetizer. The side started out with their freshly wrapped spring rolls, then changed to their salad. The current side is glutinous rice on a pandan leaf, which I'm not that fond of (I prefer their previous sides!) Still, it's extremely worth it for that price! The lunch set is only available from 10.00am-3.00pm, and it can be quite crowded once the lunch crowd sets in!

For the drink, I would really reccomend the Vietnamese coffee with condensed milk (iced). It has a really special taste which is not too thick and you can adjust the degree of bitterness by choosing how much condensed milk you'd like to add. The lotus tea, however, is a definite no. It's rather bland with a taste that reminds you of your regular dishwashing liquid-Mama Lemon.


My favourite pho would be the Pho Beef Combination ($10.00 a la carte), but the Pho Beef Steak Slices ($9.00 a la carte) that comes with the set is rather good as well! 

The sides vary from time to time but if you're getting anything a la carte I'd reccomend the Fresh southern rolls ($5.20 a la carte), though they may be a little hard from time to time especially if you leave it there for a while. My favourite thing to add would then be the sweet and sour chilli which you can add into your pho and on the spring rolls-anywhere you'd like! It adds a tinge of sweet & sourness to your pho and is simply amazing-not spicy at all!

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• 18 Jun 2015 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

My favourite place!

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I chanced upon Nam Nam Noodle Bar once when I was dining out with a friend, and I must say that I've been hooked ever since! They have a lunch set which costs $9.90 for a drink (viet coffee/bottled water/lotus tea), a bowl of pho (chicken or beef soup) and a side/appetizer. The side started out with their freshly wrapped spring rolls, then changed to their salad. The current side is glutinous rice on a pandan leaf, which I'm not that fond of (I prefer their previous sides!) Still, it's extremely worth it for that price! The lunch set is only available from 10.00am-3.00pm, and it can be quite crowded once the lunch crowd sets in!

For the drink, I would really reccomend the Vietnamese coffee with condensed milk (iced). It has a really special taste which is not too thick and you can adjust the degree of bitterness by choosing how much condensed milk you'd like to add. The lotus tea, however, is a definite no. It's rather bland with a taste that reminds you of your regular dishwashing liquid-Mama Lemon.


My favourite pho would be the Pho Beef Combination ($10.00 a la carte), but the Pho Beef Steak Slices ($9.00 a la carte) that comes with the set is rather good as well! 

The sides vary from time to time but if you're getting anything a la carte I'd reccomend the Fresh southern rolls ($5.20 a la carte), though they may be a little hard from time to time especially if you leave it there for a while. My favourite thing to add would then be the sweet and sour chilli which you can add into your pho and on the spring rolls-anywhere you'd like! It adds a tinge of sweet & sourness to your pho and is simply amazing-not spicy at all!
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• 29 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Poor Service!!

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I had of my worst experience in the Nam nam noodles bar outlet at Suntec.One word to describe the experience atrocious.
 They made a mistakes on my order and they did not apologize. I had to wait for more than 40 minutes for the most horrible beef pho in my life. Excuse me! The standard office lunch is only 1 hours, 40 min Queuing and wait for food?? Service and the kitchen staff reaction are really slow and not efficient at all! The service staff are so outrightly rude and unbelievable,unprofessional super bad attitude! My colleague is pregnant and they served us uncooked beef and totally unrepentant when I informed them. I talked to the staff ( hosting Aunty) guess what she told me,just soap the beef longer at the soup, as the kitchen staff won't do any replacement! This is one of the poorest service and lousiest food place that I ever received. One things for sure, I will never step into this place again. This place lacks of businesses ethics and they don't bother whether they served edible food. I will tell all my colleagues to beware of their food hygiene. Poor and bad service attitude! I will ban this place forever!!
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• 18 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

More a marketing concept than an authentic vietnamese restaurant

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Disappointed... The taste of the broth they use for their Pho is so foreign to what I've already tried in other places in Vietnam and in restaurants opened by Vietnamese chefs (in Paris, LA and Vancouver). It just taste like a concept of Vietnamese food. Nevertheless, the decoration is nice.
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