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Hearty soup with herbal undertones paired beef slices and meaty ground beef balls

Says good for two, but a hungry one could easily devour this dish. Crispy egg(?) pancake filled with grilled pork and prawns with abundance of bean sprouts and spring onions. Good pairing with the vinegary dip on the side.

Rice noodles served with pork slices, innards, prawns, an egg and a dash of greens in a hearty meat soup. The ingredients tasted quite plain on its own - gotta dip them in one of the many sauces provided on each dining table.

protip: namnam has student meals but the tiny sign is practically hidden lol its $7.90 for a regular bowl + a drink (coke fanta sprite green tea)

the vegan pho is the best idk how to describe it... its so warm and the soup is so fulfilling like its the kinda soup u eat when ure sick in bed n then aft u eat it ure like miraculously cured. its the kinda soup that will heal u when ure heartbroken, pmsing or when u caught the flu frm ur kiasu classmates who refuse to stay home n cough all over ur FACE. idk what the items in the soup are but everything IS AMAZING u wont miss meat, i promise.

YUM: 10^10

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We prefer B6: Sautéed Lemongrass Pork to this Set as this B5 Set is rather too sweet. Go there during weekday to enjoy this set that comes with your drink choice (Viet Black coffee or with condensed milk/ lotus tea / bottle of water)

From Con Nam, this gorgeous Saigon Báhn Xèo was like a cross between Chinese pancake and a crepe. The pancake was thin and tasty on its own. From the options of BBQ pork slices and shrimps, lemongrass chicken, grilled seafood; we chose the first which was yummy and definitely a good match for the pancake.
On the other hand, our pick of their prawn noodles from Nam Nam turned out different from what we imagined it to be. Being reminded that this was a Vietnamese dish, its broth wasn’t the Chinese prawn broth that we initially thought to be. It was more of the usual Pho kinda broth topped with a big prawn. Overall still pretty flavourful although off track from our expectations.
Con Nam, Nam Nam or both; the idea of being able cross-order from both was a good one.

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