After five years in their humble digs at Kau U Fong, Cô Thành has relocated to Pacific Place, bringing their signature bún dishes to the swanky mall. Whether it’s the heartwarming beef broth with four cuts of beef in the Bún Bò Huế ($128) or the refreshing tamarind, lemongrass and galangal of Bún Thái ($128) that gets you going, you can get it all in Admiralty now. Plus, the Vietnamese street gumbo dish Bún Mắm ($128) is back on the menu. There’s also a bunch of Bánh Mì (from $98) available on the menu made with fresh baguettes, pork charcuterie, pate and fresh herbs.
The new 2,100sq ft space seats up to 100 diners, a fair bit more than their old venue, with different dining areas and a seated bar. The new Cô Thành also offers a selection of cocktails including the Calamansi Sour made with local Two Moons gin distilled with locally-grown calamansi and the Vietnamese Maria which features a spicy blend of garlic, coriander, Vietnamese chilli, and fish sauce. The restaurant also offers non-alcoholic beverages such as Cà Phê Sữa Bánh Flan Trân Châu which is filled with boba pearls and coffee pudding.