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2016-01-07 132 views
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
$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 water
I 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.