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basic sweet-spicy korean fried chicken. crispy skin as always!

soooo comforting! going to try the salmon pot pie next time. break open that thin, crisp pastry layer to reveal a robust stew mixed with my favvvvvv mash potatoes in this entire world🤍🤍🤍

Seemed like a popular place. I can't fault the food but I'm not a fan of mochi waffle so I've mixed feelings.

It makes sense they're out of business. They styled themselves as Taiwanese zichar but the dishes were inferior to Singaporean zichar. The dishes were also small for the prices.

It makes sense they're out of business. They styled themselves as Taiwanese zichar but the dishes were inferior to Singaporean zichar. The dishes were also small for the prices.

It makes sense they're out of business. They styled themselves as Taiwanese zichar but the dishes were inferior to Singaporean zichar. The dishes were also small for the prices.

It makes sense they're out of business. They styled themselves as Taiwanese zichar but the dishes were inferior to Singaporean zichar. The dishes were also small for the prices. However, I liked this.

It makes sense they're out of business. They styled themselves as Taiwanese zichar but the dishes were inferior to Singaporean zichar. The dishes were also small for the prices.

I love the cutlets - so freshly cooked n crisp! The noodles in soup broth is good too. Overall a great lunch!

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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- “Chicken cutlet” had a texture that’s more doughy soft than meaty without being too chewy or mushy, a gripe that I usually face with mock meats.
- Breaded coating was crispy and not oily at all which I enjoyed!
- Mock goose bits that resembled pork lard were super crunchy.
- Mee pok tossed in chilli and ketchup, though a bit watery, was smooth with a tinge of sweetness, would prefer it springier and al dente.

- Lots of pine nuts on top and within!
- Taste was light with a prominent vanilla bean flavour, reminding me of a nougat which I enjoyed though it became a little one-dimensional after awhile.
- Ricotta provided a mild milkiness, filling had a densely thick texture.
- Crust was buttery sweet with a crumbly, biscuit-like bite similar to shortbread 🥧