[CLOSED] MỘC Cottage

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * Located along Tangjong pagar road and just a few minutes walk from Tangjong pagar MRT station . Mộc cottage offers a stylish take on home - style Authentic Vietnamese cuisine . The dining room features with rustic lamps fashioned fish traps. The extensive menu with some countrysides specialities dishes. Flavours and presentation are top notch.

26 Tanjong Pagar Road
Singapore 088449

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First time trying Vietnamese Fried Goreng Pisang with ice cream. Great atmosphere and nice place to chill, though it closed on at 10pm on a Saturday night.

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Grilled pork chop on rice; meat is lean but very tough; well-marinated with no pork stench; rice is soft, not mushy; with egg & pickled veggies at the side..

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Baguette is very crispy outside, soft & fluffy inside; chicken is very tender, well-marinated & with slight smoky taste; no fats & skin; with lettuce, coriander, pickled cucumber, carrot & radish for added crunch & also to balance out the meatiness feel; worth a try..

Generous portion of vermicelli wrapped with lettuce, basil leaves, chives, half piece of tiger prawn, 1 slice of lean pork; taste light, mixture of soft & crunch; black bean sauce + chilli complement the spring roll well without overpowering the taste & add some spicy kick..

Spring roll with minced pork, taro, crab meat & prawn, deep fried to crispy outside; felt inside a tad mushy; taste flavorful but slight oily; dip in the sauce at the side to balance out the greasiness..

Soft Vietnamese steamed rice cake topped with shallot & dried shrimp sauce; taste quite light; add some garlic & chilli sauce to elevate the taste; unique dish worth a try; best for sharing..

Vietnamese Pancake W Prawns , Pork , Bean Sprouts , and Mung Beans . Sounds like a weird combo but it works really well . The pancake is very thin almost like an egg crepe but crispy so even though it looks humongous it can be walloped by one easily . We also tried the beef wrapped in Betelnut leaves and the grilled marinated chicken . Everything is super tasty and delicious and reasonably priced.

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