Viet Inn began with a group of Melbourne Vietnamese who worked in Singapore for more than 10 years before deciding to open its restaurant here in Singapore. Choose between crispy spring rolls or refreshing fresh spring roll as an appetizer. Pho Bo (Beef Noodle Soup), Hu Tieu Mi (Traditional Egg or Glass Noodles) and Com Bi Suon (Rice with Grilled Pork Chop) are also available. continue reading
11:00 - 22:00
Mon - Sat
11:00 - 22:00
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My girlfriend introduced me this vietnamese restaurant. I seldom eat vietnamese food and cannot remember when was the last time I even ate vietnamese food. This time we went to viet inn for some vietnamese pho and spring roll. Their spring roll is so much different from ours. It has so many kinds of vegetables, but it is a very refreshing dish, opens up your appetite. The beef pho is had was really good. It tasted a little like kway teow but much silkier and smoother. The soup is so tasty. it is very light and not very oily as well. the beef is very tender and adds delicious flavours to the soup. continue reading
It was a terrible dining experience at Viet Inn, the service staff wasvery blur and they got all our orders wrong. We ordered the glass noodles soup before the couple sitting next to us, but the couple received the food before us as the staff passed our food to the couple beside us. We waited for awhile before our order arrived and it was egg noodles instead of what we ordered (glass noodle). Again, we had to wait for our right order to arrive. In total, we waited for 40 minutes for our food to arrive.The glass noodles with wanton soup tasted average, not the best of taste but average. I would probably rate it 6/10. It costs $9.50 per bowl. The overall lunch experience was below average. continue reading