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Little Saigon serves up modern Vietnamese cuisine and cocktails in a welcoming environment adorned with classic Vietnamese lanterns set against a dark-wooden setting. continue reading
Opening Hours
17:00 - 01:00
Mon - Thu
17:00 - 01:00
Fri - Sat
17:00 - 03:00
17:00 - 01:00
Public Holiday Eve
17:00 - 03:00
Payment Methods
Other Info
Group Gathering
Alcoholic Drinks Available
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
Signature Dishes
Bun Bo Hue Chilled Lemongrass Jelly Pho Bo Saigon Party Platter Seafood Soup Stir-fried Beef Strips
Review (2)
Level4 2015-10-19
For more reviews, visit  http://www.umakemehungry.com/2015/06/little-saigon.htmlWalking by the Riverside, we caught sight of this Vietnamese Place and decided to have some light bites over our catchup. With the existence of our sweltering hot weather, it's especially hard to dine outdoors, thus we chose the indoor seats instead.Interior was well adorned with classic Vietnamese lanterns and blue as the main color with warm dark wooden setting. Hanging posters of typical Vietnamese woman with the pointed straw hats were hung on the walls, adding more of such culture into Little Saigon.Turning my heads to the sides, we spotted the beautifully arrange wines in the glass cabinets and from the look at the musical instruments and the stage, we knew Little Saigon has a completely different ambiance at night with live bands musics embracing the drinkers.Spring Rolls are good appetizers as well as snacks while waiting for the main courses. Unlike the smooth and traditionally fried Spring Rolls Skin, Vietnamese Spring Rolls use rice paper to encase the ingredients like minced pork, vermicelli and black mushrooms. Texture was totally different from the Chinese style and goes exceptionally well with fish sauce as the dipping sauce. Portion of the Traditional Beef Noodle Soup Rice Noodles was big and served with Slices Of Tender Beef & Beef Brisket in the rich flavorful broth. Garnishing like, lime, chilli, chilli padi and black sauce were all separated out, giving us a choice to adjust the taste to our likings. Since it's Happy Hour Time with 50% off beverages, having alcoholic drinks like this is definitely a steal. continue reading
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Lovers of Vietnamese food and alcoholic concoctions, behold Little Saigon – one of the newest hangouts at Clarke Quay.Not-to-be-missed dishes include iconic creations like Cha Gio Tuoi ($14), fresh spring rolls wrapped with herbs, vermicelli, and light shrimp around a centre of roast pork, and the Pho Bo ($18), rice noodles with slices of tender beef and beef brisket in broth.One must-try is the Saigon Kick, a blend of vodka, lime juice, egg white, sugar syrup, strawberries and chilli, served with, believe it or not, a slice of whole chilli.Other cocktails to sip on include the Exotic Hanoi (vodka with lime and lemongrass), The Star - gin with pineapple juice and mint, and the Pho Bia - dark rum with crème de menthe, orange and pineapple juices. All exotic cocktails priced at $15.To read the full review, go here: http://bit.ly/SZydgg continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)