The Orange Lantern restaurants in Singapore, particularly this one in the Harbour Front Centre, are some of our favourite places on the little red dot for casual Vietnamese dining. The Orange Lantern concept is inspired by the design of the traditional Vietnamese silk lanterns and so the food and the vibe aims to bring every diner good fortune, cheer and warmth. The Orange Lantern at Harbour Front Centre is right at Maritime Square just a short walk from Harbourfront MRT station, and it’s HACCP and halal-certified. On the menu you’ll find all the Vietnamese dishes you know and love as well as plenty that will surprise you. Reservations are essential.
The Orange Lantern at Harbour Front Centre Singapore looks beautiful from the outside with atmospheric and authentic Vietnamese decor that, when combined with the smells that waft from the kitchen, make this a restaurant that’s impossible to walk past. Once you’re seated inside, the menu at The Orange Lantern is one that will make you feel right at home as it offers quality and classic Vietnamese food that you can tell has been made with love. Start your meal at The Orange Lantern Harbour Front Centre perhaps with a fresh mango salad or some Vietnamese imperial rolls – they’re perfect to get you ready for your main…
For your main course at this Harbourfront gem, the Vietnamese beef hotpot is one of our favourites for something hearty, while for a slightly lighter bite the grilled chicken Vietnamese-style sandwich – or bánh mì – is sure to hit the spot. Throughout the week at The Orange Lantern Harbour Front Centre, there are set lunches available, lunch bento boxes and all sorts of varying wraps and salads. Head to Maritime Square in Singapore armed with a reservation.
Come here many times. Love the 2 person set and their spring rolls
The staff are quite attentive and responsive. Value for money lunch sets available for the week day.
The staff there were very attentive to our needs and seems well-versed in the food menu. It was a very pleasant experience overall. I would definitely recommend it.
Cozy place, spring roll was good, I like their Vietnamese coffee
Quiet spot in the harbourfront area. However, food used to be much tastier (years ago, at least). Soup is too salty. There are other better options if you're looking for authentic Vietnamese food.
Service was good but a bit disappointed with the quality food. The meat in pho bo is quite tough/hard and soup was not piping hot. The taste of soup was ok