Cô Chung (Plaza Singapura)

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Food & Beverage Cô Chung (which means Aunty Chung) offers delectable Vietnamese cuisine. After working as a Head of nurses for 25 years, Aunty Chung has retired and is now pursuing her dream of creating good food. With passion, tenderness and knowledge of hygiene from her nursing background, Aunty Chung offers quality Vietnamese food which brings happiness and love to all diners.

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For the longest time, Nam Nam has been my go-to Vietnamese restaurant in Singapore.

Tried Co Chung recently and it is now my new found favourite! And now I understand why they always have a long queue at the Plaza Sing outlet!

Here is what I ordered:
-Chicken Pho Noodle ($11.50++): I initially did not want to order this as the menu photo did not look appetising. But it turned out to be super tasty! The soup was the herbal not super pepperish kind! However, the chilli given is chilli sauce instead of the red cut chilli.
-Vermicelli with Grilled Pork and Crispy Spring Roll ($12.50++): My other favourite item to order at Vietnamese Restaurant!
-Fried Crispy Spring Rolls ($8.50++): Their fried crispy spring rolls has more vermicelli and less on meat/prawn.
-Cold Lemongrass Water ($3.80++): This was frankly quite diluted, almost tasting like iced plain water

Pork ribs marinated in special in-house recipe. Dayum... The flavours were fantastic. Chewy and juicy meat on ribs. While it can be tasty, the texture can be somewhat firm making it hard to bite it off from the bone. The sauce they provided with help give a appetising taste.
Not sure what sauce but I think is cilantro mix dipping sauce.

Pork belly, shrimp, noodle, veggie and herb wrapped within rice paper roll. Served with special homemade dipping peanut sauce. The staple to order.

A smooth, rich and strong coffee with thick sweetened eggy foam on top. A revitalising drink to have.

Baguette filled with layers of homemade pate, mayonnaise, roasted pork belly, cold cuts, veggie, pickle. cilantro and chilli.
Crusty, soft and tender bread with loads of filling. A refreshing taste to the palate. Isn't spicy at all.

Fomo that I gotta try this relatively new! Vietnamese eatery in town. We know who is number one but this Co Chung gives a run for its money with their "authentic dishes". They've got quite a few Vietnamese dishes I have never tried before but this is my first visit. Let's try something familiar, Bun Thit Nuong (Vermicelli with grilled pork & crispy spring roll) 😉
I can't complain about this dish. The grilled pork js well seasoned and very generous in portion. The sweet fish sauce brings all the elements together. The spring roll is crispy and go well with the grilled pork & vermicelli. Wish there could be more veg (a few slice of carrot & basil leaves are not enough.) The grilled pork could be too tough for some but is ok for me. If any suggestions, it would be nicer if some grilled pork pieces won't be too charred and that they use different box (rather than foam) as a food container. 🐡💚🌏♻️