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Shaw Lido had been coming alive in the F&B scene of the late, as the mall recently found itself revamped and Food Republic moving in with a number of notable names in the local F&B scene operating the stalls there, such as Sumire Yakitori House and Kimchi Express. Little Hanoi is right at the corner beside Sumire Yakitori House. As the name suggests, it serves Vietnamese fare, with several Pho and Bahn Mi dishes on the menu. Prices at Little Hanoi also seems slightly lower than at the neighbouri
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Shaw Lido had been coming alive in the F&B scene of the late, as the mall recently found itself revamped and Food Republic moving in with a number of notable names in the local F&B scene operating the stalls there, such as Sumire Yakitori House and Kimchi Express. Little Hanoi is right at the corner beside Sumire Yakitori House. As the name suggests, it serves Vietnamese fare, with several Pho and Bahn Mi dishes on the menu. Prices at Little Hanoi also seems slightly lower than at the neighbouring stalls as well, which makes it a rather attractive option for lunch.
Fresh Spring Roll
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Fresh Spring Roll ($4.90) are a must for me at any Vietnamese stall. Little Hanoi’s rendition came wrapped with fresh prawns, vermicelli, carrots and some other vegetables. In terms of freshness, I found it of rather reasonable quality, though I have had better ones from individually-run Vietnamese eateries. I loved how the dipping sauce came default without peanuts; now I can finally add some sweet-sour spiciness to the simple tasting spring rolls!
Pork Belly Bahn Mi
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If anything, I found their Bahn Mi ($5.90) having a unnecessary amount of ketchup over the vegetables as it seemed to cover off the freshness of the ingredients. Despite so, the Pork Belly was tasty and savoury, with ample amount of fats to chew and the bread was toasty as it was crisp but not too hard. Their Bahn Mi are assembled and heated to order, which somehow explains the quality of it.
Viet Coffee
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Its rare to find food stalls in food courts also dealing with beverages, so I decided to give their Viet Coffee ($2.90) a go. Condensed Milk came with a surprise as it was not stated so in the menu, but the Viet Coffee was a tad uninspiring as it came without the usual flowery accents in Vietnamese Drip Coffee, and ended up feeling no different from a cup of Kopi except being freshly-brewed.
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For more photos and the full review, please visit: http://jiaksimipng.wordpress.com/2014/07/29/little-hanoi-food-opera-shaw-house/

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Waiting Time
10 Minutes (Dine In)
Spending Per Head
$14 (Lunch)