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Viet Corner Has Banh Mi And Pho Under $10, Run By A Vietnamese Couple

11th April 2024

Viet Corner has affordable Vietnamese food in Bukit Batok

Viet Corner Pho Banh Mi
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Westies who are craving for authentic Vietnamese fare are in luck. Tucked away in a coffeeshop in Bukit Batok is Viet Corner, a humble eatery run by a Vietnamese couple. Besides being comforting and flavour-packed the way Vietnamese food should be, the dishes here are also wallet-friendly. Nothing on the menu is priced more than $7!

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Viet Corner Pho
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Kit Tan KW

Their pho starts from just $4, which gets you a hearty bowl of noodle soup with sliced chicken. The must-order here is definitely the Sliced Medium Rare Beef Pho ($5.50), which comes with tender meat slices that finish cooking in the piping hot broth.

Viet Corner’s owners pride themselves on using natural ingredients and herbs to draw out the broth’s punchy flavours, while minimising the use of oil. The result is a flavourful yet light soup that’s appetising and slurpable till the last drop.

Viet Corner Banh Mi
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The stall’s other top seller is the banh mi, starting from $4 for the Fried Egg Baguette. Your choice of protein filling is sandwiched between super crispy French baguette, which shatters satisfyingly when you bite into the crust, and soft chewy dough within. Options include Grilled Pork Baguette ($5), Vietnamese Fish Cake Baguette ($5), and Stir Fried Beef Baguette ($6).

Viet Corner Beef Banh Mi
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The banh mis are stuffed with shredded lettuce, carrots, and cucumber for a nice crunch, the quintessential coriander leaves for a herby fragrance and taste, and optional red chillies for those who can handle spice.

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Viet Corner Grilled Pork Sausage
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To complete your meal, Viet Corner also serves an array of staple appetisers and side dishes. These include the Vietnamese Spring Roll ($4.50 for three) which is also available in a vegan version ($4 for three), Grilled Pork Sausage ($4.50 for three), and Vietnamese Pancake ($6) AKA bánh xèo.

Viet Corner Coffeeshop Stall
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Viet Corner

You can find Viet Corner a 14-minute walk from Bukit Batok MRT Station. For other eats in the region, check out our Bukit Batok food guide. Fret not if you’re residing on the other end of the island; we found a vibey Vietnamese cafe in the East Coast called La Saigon. Not only does it serve legit Vietnamese food and egg coffee, it also transforms into a laidback bar come sundown, serving wine and Vietnamese cuisine-inspired tapas.

Address: 217 Bukit Batok Street 21, #01-365, Singapore 650217
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 9pm
Tel: 8222 9928
Viet Corner is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Feature image adapted from Viet Corner, A L.

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