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($3.80) I felt that iced green milk tea was quite sweet tbh and opt out for less sugar.

($8.90) I felt that pork mixed ham was normal tbh compared to the Banh Mi Saigon use mixed ham got different type of filling. The banh mi bread itself got really crispy and crunchy texture.

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As the more deductive of my audience have already guessed, Miss Saigon is an offshoot of Banh Mi Saigon, Singapore’s preeminent banh mi maestro. The menu is almost a carbon copy of the mother store, but how about the quality? Ladies and gentlemen, it is with great pleasure to inform you that standards here at their new digs in Fortune Centre are very close to the original outlet.⠀

Their Grilled BBQ Pork ($8.90 nett) did subvert expectations, as I was expecting slices of barbecued meat like char siew. Instead I got a heaping helping of pork that resembles meatloaf more thar barbecue pork, but the sweet & salty marinade certainly does taste a lot like char siew. As you may expect of something made out of ground pork, the meat was very tender and quite moist inside. The sweet & salty marinade was perfect with the pork, applied in just the right amount for maximum flavour without going overboard.⠀

The baguette was crustier than a boomer on the internet, and each bite sent bread shrapnel flying everywhere. There’s no neat eating with Miss Saigon, so just come in ready to get down & dirty. And while you’re doing the nasty with Miss Saigon, just take a moment to appreciate just how ambrosial & affordable her banh mis are, and scarf down another one.

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Fried in front of you, fish was tender but not the crunchy strongly grilled kind. Overall it's passable but it's forgiven because they have the super smelly shrimp paste that's authentic, lifting this dish out of mediocrity (upon request)

It's really the squid beak muscle.

Choice of 3 styles, grilled garlic and I forgot the last one

Squid beak muscle had a bouncy texture as you would expect. The garlic pork lard mixture with sweetness was smoky and very indulgingly addictive. Super unhealthy but couldn't stop myself

Lovely

It's a passable version, soup is sweet and less spicy alr had some heat. The ham was standard and beef was tough

This strong, rich, and aromatic Vietnamese coffee is truly in a class of its own. Despite the addition of condensed milk and ice, the coffee's robust flavour remains potent and not overly sweet. It's an enjoyable drink, especially on a hot day after eating the banh mi.

Whenever I can't decide on what type of banh mi to get, I always go for the special. It includes a bit of everything, so you get to taste it all. Though it may be a little more expensive than the regular types, it's worth it for the variety. This huge baguette, crafted by Vietnamese hands, is smeared with various pastes and stuffed with toppings like char siew, various hams, and vegetables. It's then heated up in the oven for an extraordinary crunchiness. Every bite is a delightful mess of crumb dropping and savoury goodness. I love how the toppings are overloaded, and the sauces are just the right amount for great satisfaction.

Banh Mi Special ($7.50)
Whenever I can't decide on what type of banh mi to get, I always go for the special. It includes a bit of everything, so you get to taste it all. Though it may be a little more expensive than the regular types, it's worth it for the variety. This huge baguette, crafted by Vietnamese hands, is smeared with various pastes and stuffed with toppings like char siew, various hams, and vegetables. It's then heated up in the oven for an extraordinary crunchiness. Every bite is a delightful mess of crumb dropping and savoury goodness. I love how the toppings are overloaded, and the sauces are just the right amount for great satisfaction.

Iced Black Coffee with Condensed Milk ($3.50)
This strong, rich, and aromatic Vietnamese coffee is truly in a class of its own. Despite the addition of condensed milk and ice, the coffee's robust flavour remains potent and not overly sweet. It's an enjoyable drink, especially on a hot day after eating the banh mi.
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PSA beef stew is a special

Visited just before they closed at 430pm or sth

Bread absolutely sucks, very chewy not airy at all

Lemongrass ckn was quite tender and well marinated. However the ratio isn't good enough, not with the bread like that. Mayo didn't taste of anything

No reason to make your way down. It's well loved by office crowd, that's all

The broken rice with pork chop at @langnuongvietnam18fochroad Is really one of the better ones I’ve tried. Obviously the star is the lush bone-in piece of pork, glazed in a savoury sauce that accentuates its meaty goodness. The rest of the key components were executed flawlessly too, from the mushroom and egg cake, to the chewy yet crunchy shredded pork skin and crumbly, delicate rice.