Long Phung Restaurant

Long Phung Restaurant
Long Phung Restaurant
  • Loved for
    • Pho
    • Seafood
    • Smoothies
  • Prices
    S$7.90 - S$8.90 per pho bowl
  • Address
    159 Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427436
  • Phone
    +65 9105 8519, +65 6440 6959
  • Opening hours
    Mon to Sat 12:00 – 23:00
  • Long Phung is the most popular Vietnamese restaurant among many along Joo Chiat Road. It attracts not only Vietnamese and Singaporeans but also American and Australian ex-pats living in Singapore.


    • Vietnamese-style seafood to pair with beer:  Seafood and beer are some of the most popular items found in eateries along Saigon’s streets in Vietnam. In Singapore’s food scene, the best Vietnamese-style seafood menu can be found at Long Phung. Cockles, gong gong, scallops, and clams are prepared in various ways to pair perfectly with beer. It is recommended to eat them hot to enjoy their flavors at their best, and don’t forget to dip them in the condiment made of salt, pepper, chili, and lime for a heavenly taste.
    • Good beef pho:  If you prefer tender beef, you can enjoy the pho tai (rare beef noodles). For those who love variety, the pho dac biet (combination beef noodles) is an ideal choice. For food connoisseurs, the key to Vietnamese noodle soup is in the broth. At Long Phung, the broth soup is fragrant, flavorful, and slightly sweet, perfectly complementing the smooth rice noodles, tender beef, raw egg, and bean sprouts.
    • The best smoothies: Mango, avocado, jackfruit, and durian smoothies – all of them are excellent at Long Phung. Their smoothies are delicious because they use fresh fruit as the main ingredient, which makes up a large proportion of the drink.

    MENU: A decent-sized menu is offered at Long Phung, with around 30 dishes of noodles, soups, and rice making up half of the menu, and the other half featuring typical Vietnamese appetizers and side dishes like spring rolls, papaya salad, and cockles. The drink menu is simple, featuring Vietnamese-style coffee and smoothies.


    • Pho: S$7.90 – S$8.90
    • Noodles: S$7.90 – S$8.90
    • Rice & Soups: S$7.90 – S$12.00
    • Appetizers: S$8.00 – S$12.00
    • Salads: S$8.50 – S$25.00
    • Stir fries: S$8.50 – S$17.00
    • Pancakes: S$8.00 – S$10.00
    • Meat & Seafood: S$7.50 – S$39.00
    • Hot pots: S$25.00 – S$42.00
    • Vietnamese coffee: S$2.00 – S$4.00
    • Vietnamese smoothies: S$3.00 – S$7.00

    LOCATION: Located at 159 Joo Chiat Road, this restaurant is not easily accessible by MRT or bus. It is also hard to find a parking slot, so the best way to get there is to share a cab with a group of friends.

    ATMOSPHERE: Long Phung boasts a simple interior reminiscent of a typical roadside eatery in Saigon, with a cramped setting that often sees the restaurant packed to capacity during peak times. You can expect to queue up for a table during busy hours. The lively atmosphere is further enhanced by the nearby KTV lounges and bars along Joo Chiat Road, adding to the sights and sounds of the area.


    • Pho tai (Rare beef noodles)
    • Pho dac biet (Combination beef noodles)
    • Bun bo Hue (Hue spicy noodles)
    • Hu tieu kho (dry noodles)
    • Cha gio (Vietnamese spring roll)
    • Chim cut (Fried quail)
    • Chan ga quai thu (Fried chicken feet)
    • Goi du du (Papaya salad)
    • Ngheu hap xa (Clams with lemongrass)
    • Xo huyet xao toi (Stir-fried cockles with garlic)
    • Xo huyet xao me (Stir-fried cockles with tamarind)

    NOTE: Cash only

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