6547 8587
Opening Hours
Mon - Sat
12:00 - 23:15
Other Info
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
Review (3)
Level1 2016-07-06
Real Vietnamese food here and really nice! value for money! famous dishes are lemongrass chicken vermicelli, pho beef, fried spring roll! for drinks, drip coffee is recommended,! continue reading
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Level4 2013-11-19
My Little Devil always have Vietnamese Pho cravings, especially during rainy days. Instead of going to our regular Vietnamese pit stop in Joo Chiat, we decided to try something new. A quick research, we notice that Little Vietnam keep popping up in some food review.Located at the outer side of the main entrance of Grandlink Square, Little Vietnam has both outdoor and indoor seatings. The indoor section is air conditioned, while in the evening you can dine under the stars at the outdoor seating. Giving it a familiar feeling as if you are dining in Vietnam with their outdoor deco of red lanterns. Parking is a breeze as the retail outlet in the building are pretty empty. We started with Fresh Rice Paper Roll / Goi Cuon ($3 – for 2 pcs). Filled with rice vermicelli, prawns and vegetables this dish are the popular choice during the summer in Vietnam. The prawns are fresh, however the rice paper wrap is slightly dry and chewy. The sauce is bland, although the crush peanuts give a different texture to the dish. Slightly disappointing.Fried Rice Paper Roll / Cha Gio ($4.80) has a unique texture of crispy and resilient. The fillings is fresh and the fish sauce is just elevate this dish further. Better than the fresh paper roll.For main, LD ordered Pho Tai Bo Vien - Sliced beef and beef balls with flat noodle soup ($6.50) and I ordered Bun Ga Nuong Xa – Grilled lemongrass chicken with fresh vegetables and rice vermicelli ($5.50). According to LD, the rice noodle in the Pho is al dente while the sliced beef is very soft and tender. However, the soup base is on the light side, not very robust. The beef ball is quite dense and not springy. So its kind of ordinary on the Pho side. My grilled lemongrass chicken thigh is very tender and well seasoned. You can feel the lemongrass marinate absorb into the chicken. The textures combination of rice vermicelli, raw vegetables and the chicken is just so diverse and the fish sauce just bind them well together. I do wish the portion of the food can be bigger though. Service here is very minimum, but the food are delivered quite fast. Decoration of the place is very minimum, but the pictures Vietnamese people and cultures on the wall just hit the spot. They only accept cash payment only.Overall, there are some good dishes is Little Vietnam unfortunately Pho is not one of them. We actually wanted to ordered some Vietnamese Baguette, but they run out of stock. Maybe this will be the reason for us to come back. Vô! Cheers!For the complete Chubby Botak Koala dining experience, click / copy the link below to your browser:http://www.chubbybotakkoala.com/2013/11/little-vietnam-vietnamese-flair.html continue reading
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Level4 2013-10-31
Just came home from a wonderful dinner!The food's great and the price's good too, quite cheap Drinks we ordered a ice milk tea and calamansi!The calamansi was good, there's orange skin in it very refreshing!We shared the beef noodles and side deal of fried rice paper roll with chicken The portion is good for $7 a bowl of beef noodles, there's brisket, beef slices and beef balls!The soup base is so tasty!!!The fried rice paper roll with chicken was very good, best dipped with the tangy sour sauce continue reading
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