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Singapore restaurant REVIEW:
Fat Saigon Boy Chope

  • Fat Saigon Boy
    Fat Saigon Boy
If you can't get enough of Melbournian Cang Lai, then hit up a steaming bowl of pho at his Australian Vietnamese diner that's four doors down from Thai fried chicken heaven, Bird Bird. The decor here is bar-chic with high ceilings, industrial metal chairs and diner-styled long tables that are perfect for large groups.
There are four different varieties of the silky noodle-soup to choose from (beef, chicken, mushroom and chicken and beef) or you could opt for other carb-loaded bites like vermicelli noodle buns, banh mi and tapas-style items like rice paper rolls and broiche sliders. And if you really must go carb-free, there are salads like lemongrass pork and spiced prawns ($15) and chargrilled Vietnamese satay style chicken ($14) too. Those with a sweet tooth should check out their Vietnamese tiramisu with nutted praline and coffee creme ($7) or the 3 Color Trifle ($7) featuring a combination of palm sugar custard, pandan, red beans atop a coconut sponge cake. 
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Phone: 6221-6784
Fat Saigon Boy, 14 Ann Siang Rd., Singapore, 069694 Singapore

Nearest Train:

Telok Ayer

Opening Hours:

Mon-Sat 11am-2:30pm; Tue-Sat 6-10pm



Open Since:

November, 2015
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