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The Orange Lantern prides itself by serving delicious Vietnamese cuisines in addition to its award winning specialties like BBQ Beef in Betel Nut Leaves, Special Beef Noodle Soup & Avocado shake. The restaurant’s distinctiveness lies in its use of authentic and fresh ingredients which gives the food its authenticity. continue reading
Opening Hours
11:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sun
11:00 - 22:00
Payment Methods
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Online Reservation
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Signature Dishes
Special Beef Noodle Soup Vietnamese Curry Chicken Vietnamese Imperial Rolls
Review (5)
Level4 2013-12-21
My order => Chendol + Beef Noodles...Comment => Just ordinary. Or rather below passable. Ha..I always like Vietnamese beef noodles, simply because it was cooked with lots of spices but yet delightfully light. But the beef noodles here, I find it REALLY plain. Chendol, was just like any other chendol you can find at your neighborhood hawker centre, except that it was more expensive.ChendolBeef NoodlesSeeing that there were people at HGW giving the resturant a average rating of 7+ for the food, really made me perplexed. Is there sth wrong with my taste bud? But my other frens who were with me dun find the food there fantastic as well...Ha, I dun think I will revisit this resturant ever again, at least not the one at Killiney Road. Keke continue reading
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Orange Lantern came to our attention recently when a friend of ours post it up in FB on his dining encounter there. When we see the size of the bowl they serve for the Pho, we decided we need to give this place a try. Located in Killiney Road, finding a parking spot can be quite a challenge. This time around we were lucky and we manage to get a spot just outside the restaurant. We went on one Saturday afternoon, after the busy lunch hour, and the heavy rain just subsided. Decorated in bright orange, similar to its name, you will easily notice this place from far away. When we walk in to the restaurant, we are the only customers inside. The modern orange decoration created a welcoming warmth atmosphere. The proudly display Vietnamese ornaments allow you to experience the Vietnamese culture.For starter, we ordered the Prawn Paper Rolls ($6.90). The vegetables such as lettuce, bean sprouts and basil leaves are crunchy and fresh, topped with sliced boiled fresh prawn. The dipping sauce, made from hoisin sauce and crushed peanuts, complement the paper rolls nicely. A good, fresh simple starter. Special Beef Noodle Soup ($11.90), sliced beef, brisket and beef balls with Vietnamese flat noodle in fragrant beef soup serve in a gigantic size bowl. This is the big-size dish that lured us here, because it brings back many memories of days in Melbourne. Behind every bowl of innocent looking clear soup, the soup of the Pho show us the dedications and love of the chef in giving their customers the comfort of a bowl of home cooked noodles. Orange Lantern's Pho is packed with a lot of beef flavour from a long and tedious boiling process of beef bones, vegetables, and special herbs and spices to bring out their unique flavour. The thinly sliced meat are tender with the pinkish texture clearly shows that it was raw and fresh when the pipping hot soup was poured into the bowl. The beef ball is springy and the brisket is mellow and tender. The combination of slightly chewy rice noodle with crunchy bean sprout is just wonderful. Yummyy, a nice comfort food during the rainy days.Service was very minimum. They took our order, deliver our food and bring us the bill when requested. No fuss. The food came very fast, less than 10 minutes overall. The price is reasonable, considering the location and standard of this establishment. Overall, we are satisfied with their rice paper roll and beef noodle soup (Pho). Although they are not the best or the most authentic Vietnamese food we have ever tried in Singapore, they had win us over with it's freshness in ingredients and full of its own unique flavour. However, if you need a quick fix of Pho, this is a place to go. Cheers!!For the complete Chubby Botak Koala dining experience, click / copy the below link to your browser:http://www.chubbybotakkoala.com/2013/10/the-orange-lantern-nice-comfort-food.html continue reading
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Level3 2012-06-14
Orange Lantern isn't the best Vietnamese food you'll ever have, but it certainly isn't the worst.I've only eaten here at lunch when there are good value sets, so the fact that I'm paying about $15 for a starter, main and drink contributes to the fact that I have an overall positive opinion about this place. There are a number of choices for each course, but for the started I always get the summer roll. These are the fresh ones (not deep-fried) and taste so fresh and healthy with all those raw veggies and herbs. For the main, I usually go for the noodle salad one with grilled chicken on the side. It's a fresh and flavorful meal without being too heavy. There are also soups (pho bo) and curry dishes which are also pretty good. You can top up a couple dollars to get a cup of thick Vietnamese coffee to finish the meal -- always worth it continue reading
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Level4 2012-05-08
We had the rice vermicelli with grilled chicken.Portions wise it was big and filling.Taste wise I thought it was excellent. Simple and clear flavors from each dish. The food was definitely value for money.Was quite surprise to see it very empty with only a few tables occupied even at lunch hour?I love their Vietnam coffee too, very authentic. continue reading
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Level2 2011-12-12
Just happened to walk to Killiney Road and saw this Orange Lantern Vietnamese restaurant. They have a range of noodle to rice and rolls...We have a set for 2 person at $39++. Include a starter; main choice that you can choose from the menu and a drink for each.They have a Three colour drink, which is like our local chendol. The Avogadro was good and rich... continue reading
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