In a city-state like Singapore where almost 23% of the population is foreign-born, you can count on having some seriously amazing choices when it comes to dining. Singaporeans are food crazy, and for food lovers like us, it’s the place to be. It’s easy to dine at restaurants that represent countries across Asia here, so of course you can easily find Vietnamese food that cater to both locals and expats alike. Singapore’s Vietnamese restaurants are dotted all across the island, and one of our favourites has to be Fat Saigon Boy in Telok Ayer. This Vietnamese restaurant in central Singapore serves authentic pho that draws in guests from all over the city, and the best part is: you can book a table here via Quandoo. From Bukit Timah to Tampines, check out our list of Vietnamese restaurants around Singapore and work our filters to find one that suits your preferences.
Just about everyone knows about pho – the delicious, fresh, and healthy soup that has become one of Vietnam’s most beloved exports. Simply take a trip to any of the Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore and you’ll find it on the menu. The width of noodles and the flavour of the broth varies depending on the restaurant, so chances are you’ll never tire of finding new styles to try. There’s a lot more to Vietnamese cuisine than pho, though. Some dishes feature French influences – from years of colonialism – like baguettes stuffed with a variety of Vietnamese fillings including pork belly, tofu and grilled chicken, known as bánh mì. There are several Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore that specialise in bánh mì, such as Sandwich Saigon on East Coast Road and O Banh Mi at Tiong Bahru Plaza. There’s a whole world of Vietnamese dishes out there waiting for you to discover, so why not begin your culinary exploration with us today?
If you happen to be an herbivore or perhaps your dining partner is, you’d be pleased to know that the Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore cater to vegetarians (and vegans), too. The word for vegetarian in Vietnamese is chay, and in Vietnam, many restaurants will happily prepare your food the chay way. The same goes for Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore, which tend to offer a separate vegetarian menu, but if that’s not the case, simply enquire with your server. Make sure to request that there’s no fish sauce, as this is a common ingredient in Vietnamese dishes, even for those that don’t contain meat. Whether you’re a vegetarian or not, the fresh and healthy dishes at the Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore offer a welcome change from the usual.
So you’re itching to get your pho fix, or want to give bánh mi a go? Well, folks, you’ve come to the right place. With Quandoo, you can be sure that you’re going to have a quality dining experience, each and every time. After you’re done browsing through our huge database of restaurants – using a variety of filters including price range, location and cuisine – you can book a table in a matter of seconds, all for free! Each time you book, you’ll collect Loyalty Points that you can trade in for cash-back, sent right to your bank account. Download the Quandoo app for iOS or Android phones and start enjoying great food at the Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore in just a few taps of a finger!