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Top 15 Best Vietnamese Restaurants in Singapore

Vietnamese cuisine encompasses the foods and beverages of Vietnam, and features a combination of five fundamental tastes in overall meals. Each Vietnamese dish is distinctly different and the flavour is mostly determined by these key ingredients. Find the best Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore with our list of the top Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore, brought to you by the Tropika Club Magazine.

Top 15 Best Vietnamese Restaurants in Singapore

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  • Little Vietnam Cuisine: Experience authentic flavors with a diverse menu showcasing classic dishes and contemporary twists.
  • Pho Street: Savor traditional pho and street food delights in a vibrant setting that captures Vietnam’s culinary essence.
  • Long Phung: Indulge in delectable Vietnamese staples, especially renowned for their flavorful banh mi sandwiches.
  • Mrs. Pho: Delight in heartwarming pho and homemade delights crafted from treasured family recipes.
  • NamNam Noodle Bar: Enjoy modern interpretations of Vietnamese favorites, featuring bold and innovative flavor combinations.
  • Wrap & Roll: Immerse yourself in a variety of fresh spring rolls and authentic street food-inspired treats.
  • Saigon Alley: Transport yourself to Saigon with an array of dishes crafted with passion and a contemporary touch.
  • Moc Quan: Discover an intimate dining experience offering a fusion of Vietnamese and French culinary traditions.
  • The Orange Lantern: Relish in a diverse menu, celebrated for its nuanced taste profiles and culinary craftsmanship.
  • Auntie’s Wok and Steam: Experience traditional Vietnamese home cooking elevated to an art form with a modern twist.
  • Anh Dao Vietnam Restaurant: Delight in a cozy ambience while savoring an array of Vietnamese dishes with authentic flavors.
  • Quan Co Ba: Enjoy a rich culinary journey through Vietnam with a menu that highlights regional specialties.
  • The Green Ducklings: Explore a fusion of Vietnamese and Western cuisines, offering a unique gastronomic adventure.
  • Banoi: Immerse yourself in a contemporary dining experience featuring a delectable range of Vietnamese dishes.
  • Hue Cuisine: Embark on a culinary exploration of central Vietnamese flavors, celebrated for their distinctive taste and presentation.

1. Mrs Pho


Mrs Pho is a tribute to all the Vietnamese mothers, grandmothers and aunties they affectionately crown best cook in the family, best cook in the neighbourhood, best cook, period. Everyone has their own ‘Mrs Pho’. And eating at her place is like eating out at home. It is on this simple idea that they built their restaurant; a place where they feed you like family.

Eating at Mrs. Pho is more than just a meal, it is a lesson in ‘Pholosophy’, a genuine slice of Vietnamese culture from plate to fit out. Everything has a story, and the joy, for them, has been weaving these narratives into a visual and culinary experience that they hope you will delight in, as you discover one quintessential dish at a time.

They believe in making a difference by striving for the same, by staying true to traditions, by adhering to authenticity. At Mrs Pho, they are ‘Pho Real’. There is no bastardisation nor is there any ‘fusion’ on the menu here — it’s traditional Vietnamese food. Just like how Mamma used to cook.


  • Click link for menu
  • Mains include:
    • House Omelette
    • Char-Grilled Chicken Chop
    • Miss You Many Lala
    • Mamma’s Pork Belly
    • Crab Meat Noodle Stir Fry
    • Mrs Pho Cockles

Location: Multiple Locations

Contact: Multiple Contacts

Website: https://mrspho.com/about/


2. Pho Saigon


Pho Saigon selling the most authentic and delicious Vietnamese food found in a food court. Their commitment to authenticity is has continued to earn them good reviews from their patrons. Visit htme at Raflles Cty Shopping Centre today



  • Highlights from the Menu include
    • Beef Baguette
    • Vermicelli Chicken Salad
    • Sliced Beef Noodle Soup
    • and many more

Location: 252 North Bridge Rd, #03-15 the Food Place, Singapore 179103

Contact:  +65 91441168

Website: https://pho-saigon-vietnamese-cuisine.business.site/


3. Little Saigon


Little Saigon adorned with classic Vietnamese lanterns in navy blue and a playful splash of yellow amidst the warm dark-wooden setting. Embrace the alluringly sexy mood while you savor modern Vietnamese cuisine, sip wicked cocktails, and slither sensually to the intoxicating music by its live bands daily, all in Little Saigon by the riverside in Clarke Quay.

Little Saigon’s menu is refreshingly unique, combining the authentic taste of Vietnamese favorites with both new and traditional party fare. Chef Hoang Hung Dung who is a Vietnamese culinary-meister, has created a spread of authentic delights from his homeland especially for Little Saigon. Aside from the hearty Vietnamese culinary delights, another intoxicating pleasure comes in the form of Vietnamese beers, feisty cocktails, which are both exotic in names and ingredients.


  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from the Menu include:
    • Beef & Star Fruit Salad
    • Beef Noodle Soup
    • Prawn & Chicken Spring Roll
    • Vietnamese Sauteed Prawns
    • Thick Crab Soup
    • Sticky Rice With Caramelized Banana
    • and many more.

Location: Block E, Clarke Quay #01-02 River Valley Road Singapore 179024

Contact: +65-63377862

Website: https://littlesaigonasia.com/

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4. Ăn Là Ghiền


Ăn Là Ghiền (ahn-la-gi-hn) is an authentic Vietnamese restaurant dedicated to bring Vietnamese delicacies to Singapore. Ăn Là Ghiền has a wide variety of authentic Vietnamese selections as well as ample choices of food items for BBQ and hotpot. Their traditional Vietnamese barbeque and hot pot sets them apart from the growing number of Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore. The different cuts of meat that is charcoal-grilled, give off a taste that leaves us craving for more.

Moreover, the furniture and ambiance in the premises are carefully selected to ensure their customer able to feel the different vibes. Ăn Là Ghiền hope that the food, as well as the ambiance and the family here, will create a memorable time for the diners.


  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from the Menu include:
    • Tom Yum Hot Pot Set
    • White Clams “La La” Porridge
    • Green Mango with Prawn Salad
    • Fresh Rice Paper Roll
    • Roast Pork Vietnamese Baguette
    • Crunchy Rice + Steamed Vegetables with Pork Sauce
    • and many more.

Location: 45 Geylang Lorong 27 Singapore 388177

Contact: +65 8711 7705

Website: https://www.anlaghien.sg/

5. La Saigon


The first La Saigon cafe was setup in Singapore Alexandra Central Mall in 2018 to promote and share the goodness of Vietnamese coffee and traditional cuisine with the international communities in Singapore. They believe in fresh and good food and that is how they want their customer to feel every time they eat their food. Their coffee bean is imported directly from Vietnam and they roast locally in small batches every 2-3 weeks to ensure the freshness when they brew the coffee.

Their banh mi is made using their homemade sourdough banh mi. They use good quality Italian flour and follow stringent process to bake small batches of baguette each time. Their banh mi is crispy when you bite but gentle when you chew.


  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from the Menu include:
    • Roast Pork Banh Mi
    • Charcoal Sourdough Smoked Duck Banh Mi
    • Charcoal Sourdough Egg Omelette Banh Mi
    • Lemongrass Chicken Dry Noodle (Bun Ga)
    • Roast Pork Dry Noodle (Bun Heo)
    • Pork Summer Roll (Goi Cuon Heo)
    • and many more.

Location: 321 ALEXANDRA ROAD, #02-26, ALEXANDRA CENTRAL Singapore, Singapore 159971

Contact: +65 62507120

Website: http://lasaigon.com/

Read Also:

Top 15 Best Banh Mi in Singapore 

6. Co Hai Banh Mi


Cô Hai Bánh M is a casual Vietnamese eatery located along the Beach Road shopping strip. Although this long-established diner serves a wide range of Vietnamese street cuisine, their bánh mi is likely its most well-known dish. Except for some magazine cut-outs plastered on the window, including a portrait of Barack Obama chowing down on a bánh mi, the storefront is very unassuming.


  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from the Menu include:
    • Co Hai Baguette
    • Pork Hams & Pate Baguette
    • Stir-fried Beef & Cheese Baguette
    • Beef Stew with Smash Potato with Baguette
    • and many more.

Location: 359 Beach Rd Singapore 199575, Beach Rd, Singapore 199575

Contact: +65 62916435

Website: https://www.cohaibaguette.com/

7. Que


Que is a quick concept food kiosk selling modern Vietnamese food in the heart of Somerset.

Born out of a conversation by the pool with a friend (both in mid-career crisis if you just have to know) by accident , Que has evolved from a coffeeshop stall in Toa Payoh as test bed to a food kiosk at Somerset area to bring the owner’s personal interpretation of modern Vietnamese food to the local while still staying its authentic core.

The idea was to build an F&B startup based on Lean Startup methodology. It seems to work (with lots of lost skin, burnt, cuts, tears and pain!) ! While both Toa Payoh and even Somerset are still MVP (minimum viable product) versions, they are working hard toward a day where Que has a proper location serving interesting and nice Vietnamese food and playing jazz whole day. One step at a time, baby steps are preferred over here.

Que, or Quê, pronounced same as “que” in “que sera sera” means Home town in Vietnamese. When Que’s owner was looking for a name for this business, suddenly this just popped into her head and refused to go away, together with the song (lol!). That’s how Que was born/chosen.


  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from Menu include:
    • Que’s Original Mixed Beef PHO
    • Grilled Pork Bun Cha Gio
    • Premium Beef Banh Mi
    • Vietnamese Drip Coffee
    • and many more.

Location: 111 Somerset Road, #01-K10, Singapore 238164

Contact: +65 80286337

Website: http://quesingapore.com/

8. The Orange Lantern


The concept of The Orange Lantern is inspired from the design of traditional Vietnamese silk lanterns. Staying true to a pedigree of fine craftsmanship spanning more than five centuries, Vietnamese lanterns are completely handmade from 100 percent silk fabrics stretched over a delicate yet sturdy bamboo frame.

They at The Orange Lantern, endeavour to bring good fortune, cheer and warmth to all their customers through the food they serve.

They are also HACCP & Halal Certified!


  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from the Menu include:
    • Vietnamese Imperial Rolls
    • Minced Chicken on Lemongrass Sticks
    • Bo Bo Cha Cha
    • Golden Tofu with Seaweed Floss
    • Vietnamese Beef Hot Pot
    • and many more.

Location: Multiple Locations

Contact: Multiple Contacts

Website: http://www.orange-lantern.com/

9. Long Phung


Long Phung restaurant is established by a Vietnamese lady, Chi Lan who moved to Singapore 14 years ago with her family. It is voted as the best Vietnamese restaurant in Singapore by the Vietnamese community and locals. It located along Joo Chiat Road, a little piece of Saigon in Singapore, the restaurants bring out the feeling like they are in the roadside seafood places in Saigon. Long Phung restaurant is really famous for authentic, frills-free and good Vietnamese cuisine. They offer an extensive menu of items in reasonable price, high quality and unique flavor. The number of its dishes is much larger in comparison with other Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore.

Long Phung’s seafood dishes cooked in Vietnamese style is excellent with no GST and no service charge. Their services are efficient and friendly.

The environment of Long Phung is warm and cramp atmosphere. The interior of Long Phung restaurant is simply decorated with rustic tables and chairs. On the walls, there are photos of the dishes in A4 size both in Vietnamese and English name like the roadside seafood places in Saigon. Vietnamese music is played in the background. It is a casual, fuss-free, absolutely unpretentious and pleasant restaurant

-Long Phung’s dishes are Vietnam healthy and delicious items with fresh vegetables. Food is extremely authentic with harmonious combination of materials and spices. Not only savory, dishes are presented nicely to increase your appetite. They offer fresh ingredients with Vietnam broken rice.


  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from the Menu include:
    • Vietnamese Imperial Rolls
    • Minced Chicken on Lemongrass Sticks
    • Bo Bo Cha Cha
    • Golden Tofu with Seaweed Floss
    • Vietnamese Beef Hot Pot
    • and many more.

Location: 159 Joo Chiat Road Singapore, Singapore 427436

Contact: +65 64406959

Website: https://www.facebook.com/Long-Phung-Vietnamese-Restaurant-358263040910561/

10. Fat Saigon Boy


Don’t expect to get into Fat Saigon Boy and get your hands on traditional Vietnamese cuisine. Quietly nestled on Science Park Drive, this restaurant is run by Cang Lai, the owner of the chef who invented his modern take on wanting to serve Vietnamese cuisine here in Singapore, fusing Melbourne’s growth with Vietnamese traditions.

You can get a strong taste by procuring it from Vietnam and roasting it with roasted beans, salt, butter and vanilla before shipping. If you have high caffeine tolerance, don’t drink this at night, unless you’re more likely to stay awake until 3 a.m. like them.


  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from the Menu include
    • BBQ Lemon Grass Pork
    • Viet Chicken
    • Classic Pork + Prawn
    • Pork Belly Pho
    • Beef Satay
    • and many more

Location: 2 science park drive Singapore, Singapore 118222

Contact: +65 62216784

Website: https://www.facebook.com/FatSaigonBoy/

11. NamNam


Nam Q Nguyen is the Founder and Managing Director of Annam Pte Ltd in partnership with Les Amis Group. Annam Pte Ltd owns NamNam, a casual quick-service noodle bar that is one of the most popular Vietnamese F&B concepts in Singapore.

Nam spent the first seven years of his life in Phan Rang in the South-Central coastal province of VietNam before his family escaped to Denmark in 1979 after the VietNam War.

In 1989, Nam embarked on a new life of becoming a culinary student in Copenhagen Culinary Institute. Since then, he has worked in various award-winning restaurants and hotels around the globe – such as The Lighthouse in Singapore, one Michelin star Le Canard Oslo, two Michelin star Aquavit NYC and The Sukhothai Bangkok. During his tenure at The Lighthouse, a concept conceived by the Les Amis Group, Nam picked up a Rising Chef award in 2002 at the World Gourmet Summit.

With a highly creative mind coupled with strong determination, Nam is always operating on the edge of trends, constantly inspired to take a leap of faith with all his creation.


  • Two different menu
  • Raffles City/Wheelock Place/Plaza Singapura
  • Takashimaya
  • Highlights from Menu include
    • Lemongrass Toufu, Fried Egg, Braised Mushrooms
    • NamNam Signature Cold Cuts
    • Caramelised 5-Spice Pork Belly
    • Sauteed Lemongrass Pork, Cream Cheese
    • Braised Australian Beef with Star Anise, Cinnamon
    • and many more

Location: Multiple Locations

Contact: Online form

Website: https://namnam.net/

12. Co Ba Quan


Cô Ba Quan offers some of the best Vietnamese Cuisine serving a tantalizing collection of dishes that are suitable for family, takeaways, and catching up with friends and colleagues. From their Mixed Beef Kway Teow to Vietnamese Fried Spring Rolls with Pork Fillings, its extensive menu is reflective of the stall’s effort to cater to every palate.


  • Click link for menu
  • Menu include
    • Banh Xeo – Vietnamese ” Co Ba ” Crepe
    • Bun Bo – Spicy beef noodle soup
    • Pho Bo Tai – Medium-rare Beef Pho
    • Banh mi – Vietnamese Bread
    • Pho Dac Biet – Mixed Beef Pho

Location: 21 Smith Street Singapore, Singapore 058936

Contact: +65 81269418

Website: https://www.facebook.com/cobaquan21/

13. Pho Stop


Straw hats, push carts, not forgetting the timeless PHOs and PHINs. But here at Pho Stop, they’ll give you a whole new platter to digest.

Not wanting to be the typical Vietnamese restaurant, they mould their charming and beautiful culture into our dishes. With a little of their fresh herbs, a bit of their aromatic spices, a dash of their distinctive taste, and a whole lot of fun. Because right here, food isn’t just a meal.


  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from the Menu include
    • Sliced Beef (Ribeye) Pho
    • Deep-Fried Spring Rolls
    • Grilled Fish Fillet with Dry Noodles
    • Beef Shin (Brisket) Pho
    • Beef Balls Pho

Location: 6A Shenton Way #02-28, Downtown Gallery, Singapore 068815

Contact: +65 98477269

Website: https://pho-stop.business.site/

14. Bami Express


BamiExpress is a husband & wife team. They wanted a place they can call their own. A place where they can share their passion in food with everyone, and at affordable prices. Why banh mi you would ask. Because it’s a simple yet hearty meal that is enjoyed by every household in Vietnam, a place where they come from.

Started since 2015, BamiExpress is made possible today because of their amazing consumers and vendors, with whom they’ve built such special relationships. They hope to bring you more Vietnamese cuisine in time to come. But right now, they are working hard to bring you the best banh mi you can find in Singapore!

They look forward to serving you from their heart for many years to come.


  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from the Menu include
    • Bami Sai Gon
    • Bami Fried Eggs
    • Bami Pork Belly
    • and many more

Location: #02-02 Tanjong Pagar Plaza, Blk 1, Singapore 082001

Contact: +65 64433079

Website: https://bamiexpress.wixsite.com/website

15. Signs A Taste of Vietnam Pho


Many Orchard Road shoppers won’t go all the way down to Orchard Gateway’s basement 2, but you might be surprised to find some food alternatives there.

Due to the larger area, Signs A Taste Of Vietnam Pho which was previously housed at Midpoint Orchard, has relocated, and the inside is adorned in characteristic colorful design.

Other than the affordable Pho, Banh Mi and Spring Rolls, something to note is that the eatery is opened by a deaf couple Anthony and Angela.


  • Click link for menu
  • Highlights from the Menu include
    • Char Siu Pork Noodle Salad
    • Pork Balls Noodle Soup
    • Char Siu Pork Baguette
    • Pork with Prawn Fresh Spring Rolls
    • Sliced Beef Ribeye + Shin Pho Bo
    • and many more

Location: 277 Orchardgateway B2-15 Singapore, Singapore 238852

Contact: +65 86854838

Website: https://www.facebook.com/Signs-A-Taste-Of-Vietnam-Pho-492638667797743/


When it comes to experiencing the vibrant flavors of Vietnam right in the heart of Singapore, these top 15 Vietnamese restaurants are your go-to spots. From traditional pho to contemporary twists on classic dishes, each restaurant offers a unique culinary journey that will transport you to the streets of Vietnam. Whether you’re craving the comfort of homemade family recipes or the excitement of innovative flavor combinations, these restaurants have something for every palate.

Tropika Club Magazine is thrilled to present this list of the best Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore, carefully curated to satisfy both food enthusiasts and those looking for an authentic dining experience. Each restaurant on this list has been selected for its dedication to capturing the essence of Vietnamese cuisine and delivering it to diners in Singapore.

As you explore these restaurants, you’ll find a blend of tradition and innovation, with flavors that resonate with the rich culinary heritage of Vietnam. Tropika Club Magazine’s top picks offer not only delicious food but also a glimpse into the culture and spirit of Vietnam. Whether you’re indulging in hearty bowls of pho or discovering the art of fresh spring rolls, these restaurants are sure to leave a lasting impression.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q1: What are the top Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore? A1: The top 15 Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore have been carefully selected to offer a diverse culinary experience, blending traditional and modern Vietnamese flavors. Check out the list at Tropika Club Magazine to discover these fantastic dining spots.

Q2: Which Vietnamese restaurant is known for its banh mi sandwiches in Singapore? A2: Long Phung is renowned for its flavorful banh mi sandwiches. Explore more about Long Phung and its offerings at Tropika Club Magazine.

Q3: Where can I find a fusion of Vietnamese and French culinary traditions in Singapore? A3: Moc Quan is the place to be for an intimate dining experience that offers a fusion of Vietnamese and French flavors. Learn more about Moc Quan and its unique blend of cuisines at Tropika Club Magazine.

Q4: Are there Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore that offer a mix of traditional and modern dishes? A4: Absolutely! Little Vietnam Cuisine is known for its diverse menu that showcases both classic Vietnamese dishes and contemporary twists. Find out more about their offerings at Tropika Club Magazine.

Q5: Where can I experience a culinary journey through Vietnam’s regional specialties in Singapore? A5: Quan Co Ba is your destination for exploring Vietnam’s regional specialties. Their menu highlights the diverse flavors of different regions. Discover more about Quan Co Ba’s offerings at Tropika Club Magazine.

Q6: Which Vietnamese restaurant in Singapore offers a blend of Vietnamese and Western cuisines? A6: The Green Ducklings is known for its fusion of Vietnamese and Western cuisines, providing a unique gastronomic adventure. Learn more about The Green Ducklings and their creative menu at Tropika Club Magazine.

Q7: Are there Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore that capture the essence of Saigon’s flavors? A7: Saigon Alley is the place to transport yourself to Saigon through an array of dishes crafted with passion and a contemporary touch. Discover more about Saigon Alley’s offerings at Tropika Club Magazine.

Q8: Where can I find central Vietnamese flavors celebrated for their distinctive taste in Singapore? A8: Hue Cuisine is the go-to spot for exploring the distinctive flavors of central Vietnamese cuisine. Their dishes are known for their unique taste and presentation. Find out more about Hue Cuisine at Tropika Club Magazine.

Q9: What Vietnamese restaurant in Singapore offers a modern dining experience with classic dishes? A9: Banoi is the place to enjoy a contemporary dining experience featuring a delectable range of classic Vietnamese dishes. Learn more about Banoi and their modern twist on Vietnamese cuisine at Tropika Club Magazine.

Q10: How can I discover Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore that offer a cozy and authentic atmosphere? A10: Anh Dao Vietnam Restaurant provides a cozy ambiance while serving an array of Vietnamese dishes with authentic flavors. Explore more about Anh Dao Vietnam Restaurant’s atmosphere and offerings at Tropika Club Magazine.

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