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252 North Bridge Road
#B1-46/47 Raffles City Shopping Centre
Singapore
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Telephone: (65) 65 6336-0500
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Restaurants » Vietnamese
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NamNam Noodle Bar features iconic street favourites of Vietnam along with tantalising snacks and desserts. All recipes are created healthy, without the use of MSG! Choose from our 11 bowls of Vietnamese noodles including the famous pho with beef or chicken stock and the French-inspired savoury baguettes known as Banh Mi. Journey through the gourmet streets of Vietnam at NamNam Noodle Bar today!

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  1. Leenie Pigs
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     07 Nov 2013 at 10:25 am
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    I've finally got my chance to dine in this restaurant. One early sunday, we've got the chance to pop by and most importantly find a sit in this not so tiny but always crowded place.

    I've always wanted to try the vietnamese baguette and I finally did it. I ordered a 5 spice flavoured baguette that came rather quickly halfed into a basket.

    The bread was exceptionally crispy on the outside and well the inside was a mixture of tangy salad with very flavourful pork belly. Chewy and soft. The refreshing salad and the flavourful pork works well together and most importantly while I eat the bread its not so huge that I have to max up my mouth or split the bread into halves before i can eat it.

    Wash it down with some lemon soda, extremely interesting tasting and not to mention zesty refreshing. I think they could have added some lemongrass or lemon leaves to this lemon soda as I am more overpowered by the lemony aroma then the acidic taste of the lemon. The concoction was powerful and memorable.

    Its a pretty reasonably priced place to dine in and the noodles looked yummy too, they have a good choice of regular viet street fairs to choose from, so take your time to order and pay at the cashier. Collect your chopsticks and serviettes and enjoy the many sauces on display.

    Casual dining with great food but sitting is very tight and always crowded so avoid during peak hours and with big groups as it is usually not so condusive. Like a busy jap road side restaurant. You sit eat and then go. no talking no hoarding of seats.

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    1. RichardDTan
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       09 Jul 2013 at 7:04 pm
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      Ambience: The outlet is a casual, diner concept, with tables and bar seats arranged around the service area. Snag a seat at the bar and watch the cooks in action, preparing fragrant and delicious meals with ease.

      Service: The casual waitstaff are friendly and efficient. You are shown to your seat and given a simple menu and ordering chit which you fill up, then walk to the cashier to make payment. Pick up some serviettes and chopsticks on the way back. Condiments are on the table.

      Food: We were there for a light dinner, so we decided on the Beef Combination Hanoi Pho ($9.90). Our food arrived within ten minutes piping hot. The noodles were tender and smooth, with generous portions of beef steak slices, beef balls, beef shank, tendon and honeycomb tripe. Lip-smacking good!

      Menu: Other dishes we'll return to try are the Hanoi Pho (from $7.90 to $16.90) and other classic Vietnamese noodles from Southern and Central Vietnam (from $7.90 to $13.90) and their fabulous-looking Banh Mi ($5.90)

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      1. Leenie Pigs
        Leenie Pigs said:
        I always pass by this restaurant making a mental note I must try it someday... Bet its yummy... they have nice baguette sandwiches also.. no?
        09 Jul 2013 at 10:26 pm
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