#9. Deliciously Light and Healthy Vietnamese Wrap (Pho Hoa at Rasapura)

The girl behind the counter looked like she didn’t want to be there, but the wrap was good. It cost S$5.  I asked for a grilled chicken baugette but she glumly said “Don’t Have”. Oh well.

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Liked the sweet and slighty spicy sauce it came with.

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Many other options like Pho as well.

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B had handmade noodles from this stall and he liked the texture. He remarked that it was comparable to what he had at Din Tai Fung. The chef was expertly swinging the dough and making them right there.

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Rasapura is a food court I love returning too. It fulfills my need for good ventilation and good quality asian food. They even have sandwiches here if you don’t feel like Asian.

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2 Responses to #9. Deliciously Light and Healthy Vietnamese Wrap (Pho Hoa at Rasapura)

  1. whatsaysyou says:

    Wow, this is cool! I happen to love Vietnamese food and the next time I pop to Singapore, it is Rasapura here I come. Thanks for the post

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