One the delicious meal tried. It's beef noodle are different from local and had it's own unique taste. Will recommended for all to try if you are looking for a new taste. Overall, it's adining experience as staff did not chase as when they are closing.
Would not patronise this place again even if the meal is free.
The food is average at its best. Mediocre is the choice of vocabulary for description for most of the spread.
Hygiene is highly questionable as they prepare the spices on a table in the middle of the restaurant & the staff, though wearing gloves, do everything while the gloves are on including taking orders & cleaning up.
Last but definitely not least, the word "terrible" is a total understatement for the level of service delivered here. The so-called lady boss sounded like we owe her a living even though we are the one fuelling her business. Plain rude, unbelievably arrogant & absolutely crude. Such an unpleasant dining experience there.
My advice is that unless you are looking for something to spice up your day, that is making yourself upset & angry, otherwise please opt for something else. There are so many choices for dining at marina square.
Even Mcdonalds would be a better choice. Easier on the pocket & definitely, a happier dining experience. It is so hard to say I'm loving it for this horrible restaurant comparatively.
After numerous trips to Nam and searchingvthe city for good Vietnamese food, finally stumbled upon Saigon Lotus. The fresh pork/prawn sprong rolls (good) and rare beef pho (very gd) left extremely satisfied. Authentic.
Tried the chicken wings, really excellent. Highly recommended if you want to try authentic Vietnamese food. These are the MUST try dishes, see pics. Don't miss out the Rice Paper Rolls .
The food here is really good and authentic. The chicken wings were surprising excellent. The dry pork pork and spring roll noodle was also great. Found the food here to be as authentic and good as those in Vietnam when I was on holidays there. Easy to get to at Marina Square & just a short walk from City Hall MRT underpass.