Authentic Vietnamese Baguette at a Joo Chiat Coffeeshop

The coffeeshop has an elegant name – Eastern Wind Foodhouse. The ham baguette cost us S$4 and the bread was toasty and crisp. The pho and spring rolls which cost S$6 each were also as authentic as you can get in Singapore.

I like these no frills places sometimes, where all you care for is really good food. The Vietnamese waitress was very polite and there were many Vietnamese customers as well and we had to wait a while for a table.

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

photo by bookjunkie

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photo by bookjunkie

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3 Responses to Authentic Vietnamese Baguette at a Joo Chiat Coffeeshop

  1. Jen says:

    Whoops, I left a comment about this in your old blog. I love banh mi! I wish I’d known this place sold banh mi coz I’ve been along this stretch before to check out the popiah place. Will have to make time to drop by. I get my banh mi at this Vietnamese baguette shop in Vivo.

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