Wednesday, 16 December 2015

Australian-Vietnamese Food with the Fat Saigon Boy

Crispy Pig Ears Chips
Dare to try? It is chewy inside but crispy on the outside. Most parts of the pork can be eaten and cooked easily but not the pig ears. The chef is skillful enough to create such a scrumptious dish that goes well with the home-made roasted chilli nut sauce.



Vietnamese fish cakes with green chili nuts and honey salsa
I have never tried fish cakes that are made from minced salmon and what a surprise! The first bite was amazing, not to mention the alluring fragrance and combination of the green chili sauce. Simply heavenly.

Chargrilled lemongrass pork noodles
This is my favourite dish, every bit of it was carefully thought out and tasted so good especially the condiments mixture which was perfect. I can even eat the pork on it's own and not get sick of it because it is so tender carrying a tinge of lemongrass essence which I thought was just nice to my taste buds.


Fat Saigon Boy
Address : 51 Telok Ayer Street #01-02, 048441 Singapore.
Tel : +65 6221 6784



Watch my video to find out more about the taste of the dishes and some other dishes which I would like to recommend in my video.

<Singapore Bloggerhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glYQz4DRNUQ


14 comments:

  1. The food looks delicious

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  2. The fish cake so special and browns

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  3. The fish cake so special and browns

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  4. How was the pig ear chips? I never try before though..

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  5. Do they taste more Australian or Vietnamese? Seems more like Vietnamese cuisines to me.

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  6. The pig ear chips are quite unique! I have never seen it elsewhere! I would love to try the chargrilled lemongrass pork noodle from the way you described it.

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  7. The minced salmon fish cake looks amazing! What more coupled with green chilli sauce

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  8. The only thing that really caught my attention is the crispy pig ear chips!

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  9. Look forward to more videos from you!

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  10. I dont know if we can make pig ears as a chips, but I like to try.

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  11. Nice! Interesting Vietnamese-Australian blend!

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  12. Oh my, salmon fish cake? cool!

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  13. Crispy Pig Ears Chips looks delicious! Love it!

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