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Telephone
6735 1488
Introduction
NamNam Noodle Bar features iconic Vietnamese street favourites along with other snacks and desserts. All dishes at NamNam are prepared without the use of MSG. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
10:00-21:30
Mon-Sun
10:00-21:30
Other Info
No GST / Service Charge
Restaurant Website
http://namnamnoodlebar.com.sg/
Signature Dishes
Banh Mi Hanoi Pho Vietnamese Spring Roll
Review (38)
Level4 2016-01-07
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The Nam Nam Noodle Bar was founded by Director and Owner Chef Nam who was born in Vietnam. Under the Les Amis Group, it is considered one of its cheaper restaurants. The casual restaurant is know for its banh mi and pho with no GST and service charge.One of the best deals in the restaurant is its value breakfast set.$5.90 for choice of any banh mi (excluding wagyu beef) + Viet coffee/ Lotus tea/ Bottled water$6.90 for choice of any pho (excluding pho wagyu beef) + Viet coffee/ Lotus tea/ Bottled waterI had tried its pho before and wasn't a fan of it as I felt it was rather tasteless. So I decided to go for the banh mi this time.Caramelised 5-spice pork belly ($6.90 ala carte)Toasted baguettes stuffed with savoury meats, topped with chicken pate, mayonnaise, hot chilli peppers, pickled carrots, daikon, cucumber and fresh cilantro.Quite a yummy combination with the tangy pickles, melt in the mouth fatty pork belly, and the creamy pate (I though it was tuna mayo at first as it was too creamy to the point of watery). Quite messy to eat with the pate dripping all over.Had it with a cup of hot Viet coffee with condensed milk. The drink was served in a metal cup which the older generation would had it associated with the poorer time. The coffee was a bit too bitter, but there was condensed milk on the counter to help oneself to. The drink tasted more better after that.Service was fast, may because there wasn't much people for a weekday morning. continue reading
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Level3 2014-12-10
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Since saw a number of post and review about Nam Nam Noodle Bar, Vietnamese cuisine. I was quite curious on their specialty of Vietnamese Food. It is known of the good serving of Pho and Banh Mi. Pho means noodle and Banh Mi is Vietnam Sandwich.Full Blog review : http://cennds.blogspot.jp/2014/12/nam-nam-noodle-bar_9.htmlTaking a look at menu and we would like to go for Banh Mi instead of Pho. Before finalized the order, we looked around on whether they are serving an ice water and i realized that most of the guests didn't order a drink.Banh Mi Toasted baquettes stuffed with grilled chicken meats, egg omelette, chicken floss, and various healthy vegetables such as pickled carrots, cucumber, and cilantro. Suggested to remove the chili peppersif you are a non-spicy foodie. I was dazed when on my half way enjoying the chili pepper, and didn't know that there was a pieces of hidden chili pepper in the midst of the ingredients.Serving ingredients is very fresh and quite full enough for the packed stuffed ingredient in the Banh Mi. The non spicy Hoisin sauce is delighted which i use it to for the compliment of the  sandwich's topping sauce. It taste sweet and have a smell of vietnamese cuisine. continue reading
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Level2 2014-03-11
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The queue looks super long. We waited 25mins for a table of 4 & started queuing at 6.25pm. However, I have to say for a franchise chain... Nam Nam does serve one of the best vietnamese food in Singapore, at convenient locations too. I would highly recommend it.I always get the beef steak pho (well-done meat). They put red chili slices in the soup so if you're not a big fan of the spicy stuff remember to ask them to take it out. The imperial rolls are another one of the must-try items. Unlike typical rolls, these are imperial ones are traditional rice paper instead of the egg-based wrapping. This makes them crispier which I love! The only item that did not blow my socks off was the banh minh which I found to be pretty ordinary (unlike the ones I had in Vietnam!). continue reading
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Level4 2014-03-02
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We visit their new Suntec City branch,The popular vietnamese restaurant now, we order beef slices and beef balls with rice noodles soup, their beef slices and beef balls are nice, both soup base different, mine soup base full of meat taste, a bit blanch, got to add a bit of fish sauce to bring up the taste, soup for beef balls peppery taste, more fish sauce, more saltish and tasty,the vietnamese coffee with condensed milk taste like espresso, i love it so much, super concentrated, overall this restaurant is good with gst included and no service charge with quality food at reasonable price, 8.90 bucks each and 2.60 for coffee, i spend 20.40bucks, to satisfy your cravings for vietnamese food, you can go there, ingredients used are fresh and good. : ) continue reading
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Level2 2014-02-26
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Visited this Restaurant at Wheelock Place. It was voted as one of the Budget outlets for food around Orchard Road.Its tasty without MSG. For those who likes or dare to try Vietnamese, this is another choice for eating!Its tasty with no MSG. Lemongrass Pork Noodle @ $ 9.90Tastes a bit like Nescafe. Hoping to try the Original Vietnamese Coffee.Iced Coffee w/ Condensed Milk @ $ 2.60 continue reading
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