Nestled on Telok Ayer Street, Fat Saigon Boy dishes out piping hot bowls of Vietnamese and Asian fusion fare. Irresistible and delicious, this Singapore establishment’s cuisine is made with fresh herbs and all-natural ingredients. Try their Australian-inspired Vietnamese offerings or give one of their decadent desserts a try. Boasting a spacious, well-lit environment, Fat Saigon Boy is a popular nightlife destination for many Tanjong Pagar residents. Book a reservation online today and see for yourself what makes this Telok Ayer Street restaurant so popular!
Away from plain sight, Fat Saigon Boy is a gem waiting to be unearthed along Telok Ayer Street, close to Singapore’s most popular gastronomic spots around Tanjong Pagar and not far from Buddha Tooth Relic Temple. Well known for their affordable Vietnamese cuisine, this Tanjong Pagar restaurant offers classics such as beef pho and pork vermicelli plus several dishes given a unique Australian twist. If you’re after a truly unique dining experience, Fat Saigon Boy also offers fusion fare including spiced chicken burritos served with sriracha & sour cream dip.
With its inventory of wines, beers and delicious food, Fat Saigon Boy has easily established itself as a reputable nightspot in Tanjong Pagar. Outfitted in a modern look with minimalist yet distinctively Vietnamese furniture, this restaurant graces Singapore’s multicultural food scene. The friendly crew will make you feel right at home, and you’ll feel as if you’re a world away from the CBD nearby. Fat Saigon Boy is available all week, except Monday nights, from 11am to 2:30pm for your daily lunch fix and from 6pm to 10pm as your favourite evening hangout. Be sure to make a reservation at this buzzing establishment to secure a seat!
Good food, better than expected. No GST and service charge. Prices are reasonable even at night -- for the time being lunch deals are available at night.
always incredible vietnamese for a very affordable price. will be back!
Value for money set dinner with many choices for starters & mains.And yes, the food was awesome esp the fried beef rolls / sticks. Friendly service and pleasant dining atmosphere. Certainly worth a visit or 2 if you are in the area.
The veggie pho was amazing! I really recommend it. We also shared Buda roles and veggie croquets, both starters where very tasty, and the price is reasonable.
It was a most pleasant dining experience for all 4 of us! Food was great and the set dinner of $16 with a Starter, a Main, and a drink (2 options) was such an excellent value for the quality and portion size. We highly recommend having a small group so you can try the different starters and mains. It was tough deciding which ones to order when everything sounded so delish! The food did not disappoint and delivered as described in the menu. For starters, we had a vegetarian skewer (4.5/5), pulled pork nachos (4/5), salmon cha ch (3.5/5), soft shell crab slider (4/5). For mains, we had 2 roast duck pho (4.5/5), a vegetarian pho (4/5), and a lemongrass grilled pork baguette (4/5). Next, on to the service. Smiles and accommodating service staff was what we had. They were happy to sit us at a 6-pax table upon request as space for the 4-seat table was too tight for the ladies to place their bags anywhere. Staff were also patient and friendly when explaining menu item. Totally worth a visit! Just note that they are only open on Mon - Fri.
Good food, great service. Obviously the food isn't "Vietnamese Vietnamese" so the flavours and ratio of herbs/ fresh vegetables to meat is not what you'd get in Hanoi/ HCMC - Fat Saigon Boy is a bit heavy handed with the meat - but they still make a good bowl. Excellent service
It's my third time at Fat Saigon Boy, and the experience has been great all of those times. The food is great, reasonably priced for the CBD area, and the staff is friendly and helpful.
The place is cosy and nice, friendly staffs and food is good. I ordered the beef pho noodle soup and the beef is tender and flavourful. The starters and drinks esp the apple slushie is nice as well. Only wish if the noodle soup is hotter as they are slightly warm.
This is my first time dining here. It was an extremely pleasant one. Starters were delicious , service was friendly and thoughtful, ambience was relaxed, mains were good. The set meal which comprise main, starter and drink is definitely value for money.
Delicious food and surprisingly decently priced for that area! Went back two Saturdays in a row for the Duck Rice bowl because it was so yummy and I couldn't stop thinking about it all week.