Southeast Asia is home to the best street food in the world. From the hearty broth of pho in Vietnam to the crab glass noodles from Thailand, you’ll have no shortage of amazing variety everywhere you go.
Here, we pick out 4 restaurants that showcase the best of street food dishes on their premises.
Pho Street offers a vibrant dining ambience serving authentic Vietnamese Street delights from iconic Pho selections, an array of street snacks to crusty Banh Mi. Led by their Vietnamese executive chef, Pho Street’s tantalising creations promises to whet diners with the vibrant flavours of authentic Vietnamese dishes. For an exciting taste of Vietnam, Pho Street is no further than a short train stop away!
Close your eyes and you may just feel like you’re back in Thailand as you bite into their authentic Thai cuisine. Located on Havelock II’s first floor, the restaurant is well-placed between Chinatown and Clarke Quay MRT stations. Must-try items here are the steamed sea bass fish with lime & chillies, super size tom yum goong yai and spicy drunken noodles with pork.
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Hailing from the Java archipelago, IndoChili offers serves authentic Indonesian cuisine, a combination of spicy and sweet flavours. A must-try of its menu is its tahu telor , a fried, crispy beancurd omelette drenched in savoury peanut sauce. Not to be missed also is their rending sapi, better known as beef rendang, which is slow-cooked for at least four hours before served directly to you.
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Red Sparrow is an authentically southern Vietnamese restaurant, located in the heart of the city and yet away from the hustle and bustle of the crazy Singapore city life, in the historic Dempsey Hill. You’ll enjoy Vietnamese classics like banh xeo, goi cuon and ga nuong here, which will take you down memory lane on the streets of Vietnam.