Try their combo platters together with combo salads! Chicken Pho was also piping hot and the soup was delicious
We try to travel to Singapore once a year, and every year we come here for having dinner. We like it a lot. food is very good, phos are tasty, but buns are better.
I ordered the house special beef pho. It was bland. The broth lacked the flavors and aromas I associate with good pho. Positives are the decor and iced Vietnamese coffee. They give you your own squeeze bottle of sweet milk, so you can just the amount you like.
We walked along Liang Seah St. and saw many steamboat/hotpot restaurants. Since we wanted to try something different, we saw a Vietnamese restaurant - Madam Saigon and it was almost full house during the lunch hour. The friendly boss seated us outside while waiting for an empty table, kudos to good customer service. After a short wait, we were ushered... More
It was late for dinner time and my hungry gastric pangs are summoning me strongly as we strolled along Liang Seah Street, regretfully saturated with hotpot restaurants from start to end. Finally, we saw a Vietnamese juxtapost to a Thai, founded by the famous TV celebrity Pornsak. That was a difficult decision to make between the two Indo-Chinese exotic cuisines... More
We have always had great food and service here, my favourite is vegetarian kway teow (fried noodles). The fresh vegetable spring rolls are great too, and I love the sweet drinks with sweet bean paste, coconut milk and ice. Just watch out for the lemongrass tea though if you don't like tea very sweet, because it comes with a load... More
Had a delicious dinner for two at this little establishment 2 days ago. Having spent the last month in Thailand was hanging out for a little Vietnamese after all those heavy Thai curries. Just happened to walk past this place on Liang Seah street and decided to try it. First, the service was friendly and swift. The food was also... More
I'm astonished by some of the reviews. The food here is excellent; it is a touch pricy but the location is very central, and what you'd expect to pay in that location. I'd have no hesiation in recommending it. There's also a lovely Chinese pudding shop on the other side of the road for a lovely (and cheap!!) dessert to... More
BE WARNED If you have too much money and enjoy paying more for less , Madam Saigon is the place to go. S$10.50 for two spring rolls that tasted like food court quality . After my costly exprience I read someone blog and he mentioned "simple place with unpretentious food" I dont care about the simple place but unpretentious food,... More
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