Let Saigon Alley acquaint you with street food from Ho Chi Minh City beyond the basics. With nothing on the menu exceeding $15, the food here is a simple and affordable fix for when you're craving something Vietnamese.
Try the Northern Vietnamese beef salad ($12), a refreshing mix of herbs and lettuce tossed in a spicy lime dressing and topped with tender slices of medium-rare steak. Another winner is the spicy Australian sliced beef noodles ($14) done Hue style. Don't let the name intimidate you, the broth is light with a mild sting of heat.
Looking for a quick and easy meal? The Saigon Alley banh mi ($9) is a great grab-and-go option. The baguette, baked in-house, is crisp on the outside and soft on the inside, and lets out a satisfying crunch when you take your first bite. Don't forget to layer on sweet and spicy garlic chilli to complete the sandwich.
|Venue name:||Saigon Alley||Contact:|
#01-06 Novena Gardens
273 Thompson Road
|Opening hours:||Sun-Thu 11am-11pm; Fri & Sat 11am-1am|