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This New Vietnamese Cafe Has 10-Inch Banh Mi, Noodles And More Under $15

31st January 2024

Baguette & Coffee is a new banh mi cafe in Bugis and Joo Chiat

Like many of you, we’re huge fans of Vietnamese fare—especially banh mi that’s loaded with all kinds of ingredients. Recently, Baguette & Coffee opened their stores in Bugis and Joo Chiat with a menu that sees four different types of carbs: rice, banh mi, noodles, and even pizza. If you’re looking to try a new Vietnamese eatery, Baguette & Coffee’s affordable offerings and central locations give you enough reasons to do so. 

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Image credit: Javier Lim

Let’s start with the Grilled Pork Baguette ($8), featuring pickled vegetables and grilled pork sandwiched between a 10-inch—or 26cm-long—French baguette. We know that baguettes tend to be harder to eat as it’s crusty in terms of texture, but we’ve read online that the baguette here is a lot softer than the regular ones.

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For less common flavours, you can try the Jambon Baguette ($8) or Shredded Chicken with Passion Fruit Sauce Baguette ($7.50). The former gives you a lovely sweet-savoury balance thanks to the winning combination of ham and butter, while the latter is said to be slightly tangy and sweet with the addition of passionfruit sauce.

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If you’re not feeling baguette, opt for their Vietnamese Noodle with BBQ Pork & Fried Spring Roll ($12.50) instead. Add a few slices of red chilli, and give it a good mix with the dry noodles to get that punchy flavour! There’s also Vietnamese Braised Pork & Eggs ($11.50) for a tender, well-marinated pork meat alternative. 

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We recommend trying the crowd-favourite Vietnamese Fried Spring Roll ($3.50). This deep-fried snack is packed with BBQ pork, vegetables, and Vietnamese noodles, and pairs really well with any mains of your choice.

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Currently, there are two outlets in Bugis and Joo Chiat respectively. The former is a quick two-minute walk from Bugis MRT Station, while the latter is a 10-minute bus ride from Dakota MRT Station.

For more solid Vietnamese food recommendations, read our Nhung Kitchen review, where we tried legit banh mi made by a Vietnamese chef. Alternatively, check out Miss Saigon, an eatery that’s open 24/7 in Orchard!

Bugis outlet
Address: 2 Tan Quee Lan Street, #01-01, Singapore 188091
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 9am to 9pm

Joo Chiat outlet
Address: 2 Fowlie Road, #01-13, Singapore 428505
Opening hours: Tue-Sun 9am to 8pm

Baguette & Coffee is not a halal-certified eatery. 

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Feature image adapted from Javier Lim

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