45 Lorong 27 Geylang
Singapore 388177

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08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

08:00am - 11:00pm

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Kang Kong w/ Sliced Beef ($7.90) - Lots of beef slices and Kang kong was good too.
Marinated Pork Belly ($7.90) - Tender pork in a savoury braising sauce. Couldn't get enough of the sauce and drenched my rice with it, but it can get a little salty after a while.
Seafood Fried Rice ($8.90) - This was disappointing. Barely any Seafood and barely any taste. The only saving grace were the crisp rice hits which gave crunch with every bite.

Perfect for big group gatherings, the Grilled Seafood set is a great sharing platter to have.

With their own seasoning, the seafood items are fresh & succulent, paired with their in-house spicy sauce.

From scallops, to grilled oysters, clams, cockles & grilled vegetables-this indulgent platter must be shared, lest you get a heart thumbing experience.


If you're looking for authentic Vietnamese food, you should check out An Là Ghien. A must order would be their Bánh Xèo, Vietnamese pancake that is fried & grilled with sliced pork, prawns, bean sprouts & an assortment of vegetables.

For the uninitiated, this comes with rice paper which you'd use as a skin, somewhat like a popiah skin to wrap the pancake, lettuce and/or mint leaves & sauce together. In order to use the rice paper, you'd have to spray water on it first to often it into something more flimsy & foldable.

On its own, the pancake is super flavourful! Perfectly crisp along the edges, the ingredients are well-balanced & complements each other so well.

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Sour Prawn Soup w/ Veges, Stir fried Pork Tripes w/ Viet Kimchi, and a BBQ Pork Chop. All part of a set (together with rice) for $19.90. Really quite worth, and everything tasted great. Oysters were also huge at $1.90 ea from 9am-7pm (was a lil gritty but oh wells). Will return to try their other items, especially the Vietnamese BBQ.

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Even though they have quite a few fake reviews on Google Maps (4.7⭐️), I think this was good and belly satisfying. Honestly, no complains from me…

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Restaurant a little run down. There were air conditioning but not turned on. Very uncomfortable sits and inconvenient tables for sharing food. Had to order from a smart phone which was quite sophisticated. Because of the extensive menu it took us a lot more time to choose the food.

The foods are normal, not what we expected for Vietnamese food in Singapore, and the price is overrated.
The quantity is very small compared to its price.
The standard has been dropped so much since my last visit in 2020. 👎🏻

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