Nam Nam Noodle Bar

Nam Nam Noodle Bar

Nam Nam Noodle Bar

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61%   (75 votes)
46 / 75

THE BUZZ:Nam Nam Noodle Bar is one of the most popular Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore that offers a memorable dining experience with their menu featuring delicious and authentic Vietnamese cuisine. They serve a variety of noodles, including Vietnam’s famous pho, as well as savoury baguettes known as banh mi.

Located atRaffles City Shopping Centre and just a few minutes away fromCity Hall MRT Station, this casual quick-service noodle bar is a great place where families and friends can share and enjoy Vietnamese recipes at affordable prices.

MUST TRY:Items to look forward toincludeHanoi Pho, Banh Mi, classic Vietnamesenoodlesuch as Spicy Minced Meat Pork Balls Noodle and Soy Braised Chicken Noodles with Pork, Mekong Prawn Rolls, and a lot more.

Hours:

Daily: 08:00 - 22:00

Address:
252 North Bridge Road, #B1-47 Raffles City Shopping Centre

Cuisine:
Asian, Vietnamese



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