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After we had yummy Japanese food at Tsuta’s latest outpost, we are treated to authentic Vietnamese food at Mrs Pho – just located beside Tsuta at [email protected] 

Whilst Pho continues to headline the menu, Mrs Pho is introducing deluxe renditions – like this Premium Pho (S$19.80).  This classic beef rice noodle soup has been elevated with 36-hour sous vide short ribs marinated in a custom-made spice rub, served alongside silky smooth rice noodles that slide down your throat and a robust beef broth.  We definitely recommend getting this Premium Pho when you are there for the tender meat and how value for money it is.
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Apart from the Pho, you can also their new entrée – Grilled Beef La Lot (S$5.90) – a quintessential Vietnamese starter of minced beef wrapped in betel leaf, served with lettuce, picked vegetables and fine rice noodles.
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Our favourite sharing dish has to be this Stir-Fry Crab Meat Noodle (S$16.90 large, S$10.90 small) – perfectly smoky wok-fried vermicelli topped with fresh crab meat.  In fact, on days we are craving for something non-soupy, we might just get this as a main.
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Vegetables lovers can look forward to this Claypot Eggplant with King Oyster Mushrooms (S$8.90) that sees eggplant cooked to melt-in-your-mouth texture and mushrooms that add an earthy flavour.  Although a tad oily, this dish is delicious.
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You must try the Marou Chocolate Mousse (S$7.90), which is made from smooth Vietnamese Marou chocolate.  It is the first artisan chocolate maker to be based in Vietnam that makes bars from beans that are hand-picked from an island called Tan Phu Dong in Mekong Delta.  The additional cocoa crumble that accompanies the mousse gives it additional crunch and texture that makes it a delight to go through the entire dessert.
 
With these many options in [email protected], the mall appears to be ready to bring Singaporeans around the world with the various international foods that it has to offer.
 
Budget:  S$15 – S$25 per person
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