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PERANAKAN CURRY A definitive classic Nyonya style meal originating from the Malay archipelago in the 16th century, a lamb or chicken curry served with steamed rice, tender potatoes & crispy papadum.
GA SAIGON Visit any restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City day and night you will find this crispy skinned honey soy chicken dish on the menu. Always a favourite served with steamed rice, fried egg, fresh salad & fish sauce.
COM BI SUON A Vietnamese signature lunchtime dish that can be eaten at any time of day is this marinated grilled pork chop served with steamed rice, pickled vegetables, shredded pork, fried egg & fish sauce.
BUN BI THIT NUONG From the bustling District 3 street markets of Saigon, originates this marinated grilled pork chop dish served with fresh chopped salad & herbs, thin rice vermicelli, shredded pork, pickled vegetables & fish sauce.
BUN BI CHA GIO or BUN CHA GIO CHAYFor those of you who want a bit of crunch with your noodles, a favourite in Da Nang is this crispy meat spring roll dish served with rice vermicelli, fresh chopped herbs & salad, shredded pork and fish sauce. Also available all vegetarian.
BUN BO XAOThis hugely popular lunchtime stir fried noodle dish from the provincial south of Vietnam consists of marinated braised lemon grass beef served straight out of the wok with thin rice vermicelli, fresh chopped salad & herbs, pickled vegetables & fish sauce.
PENANG LAKSA Our world famous yellow Malaysian style coconut curry soup inspired by the Laksa street carts of Penang in chicken, seafood or vegetarian versions with thick egg wheat noodles or thin rice vermicelli, tofu & bean sprouts. Spicy hot or mild & even gluten free.
CANH CHUA With a strong Thai influence but indigenous to the Mekong region of South Vietnam, a traditional vegetarian spicy sour soup served with rice vermicelli & fresh cut vegetables. Also available as a chicken or seafood version & even gluten free.
BUN BO HUE The ancient royal capital of Vietnam gives us the most well known dish in the cental part of the old Indochine, a spicy beef-based soup with rice vermicelli, thinly sliced marinated beef & pork, bean sprouts, cut chili & lemon.
PHO BO or PHO GA A well known dish originating from the north of Vietnam, tasted by nearly every tourist that ventures to this amazing country, a traditional beef based soup served with rice stick noodles, thinly sliced beef or chicken, fresh cut herbs, bean sprouts, beef balls & cut chili.
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