Friday, 16 September 2016

Meats wrapped in betel leaves, popular in Vietnamese cuisine @Lucky Saigon

Lucky Saigon
Singapore Blogger
Lucky Saigon a authentic cuisine restaurant and traditional way offerings of coconut bowls and spoons. Appetisers such as translucent rice paper spring rolls and shredded chicken, beef pho all are their specialists.
The beef pho broth is rather light with the toppings of beef slices, beef brisket and beef balls. The beef balls spongy and delicious as well as fresh herbs and vegetables such as mint, basil and beansprouts.
Wild betel leaves
Wild betel leaves are very popular in Vietnamese cuisine as well. The beef wrapped in betel leaves which are typically grilled over a charcoal flame with vermicelli noodles served on it’s own as appetizers. In raw form there is not much of a fragrance, but when grilled, the betel leaves impart a wonderful herbacious and slightly peppery aroma to the beef. The aroma is truly unique and it also helps to seal in the beef’s moisture and juices.
Fried Spring Rolls
Fried Spring Rolls, the deep-fried Spring rolls are crispy and the golden brown exterior is just another plus. The Spring Rolls filling is made of group pork, shrimp, crab meat, with shredded carrots, mung bean noodles and is utterly delicious and tantalizing.
Vietnamese Baguette
Vietnamese Baguette is sandwich that is French loaf bread has grilled to lightly crispy not the chewy rustic kind, as for encasing while not overshadowing the other ingredients.

17 North Canal Road (2nd Floor Singapore, 048829.
Tel; 6532 3363

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