Pham Quyen Vietnamese Cuisine is founded in 2019. Their Vietnamese Spring Rolls are rolled from scratch by a Muslim Vietnamese. These rolls are freshly made hours before on the day of your delivery.
Chả giò, also known as nem rán, means Fried Vietnamese Spring Roll (VSR). It is a Vietnamese appetizer consisting of seasoned minced chicken and blended prawns, bún (rice vermicelli), and diced vegetables like yam and black fungus, rolled up using bánh hỏi (thin rice vermicelli woven into a sheet). The roll is then deep fried until it turns crispy and golden brown. At Pham Quyen Vietnamese Cuisine, they offer the most authentic Vietnamese Spring Rolls in Singapore. Their Deep fried Cha Gio which we use weave paper rice for that extra crispy crunch. We recommend customers to re-airfry or deep fried for a min to get back it’s crispy texture before eating. Our Cha Gio contains mince chicken, mince prawns black fungus and vermicelli.
Original Goi Cuon
Gỏi cuốn which means Vietnamese Spring Roll (VSR) is a Vietnamese dish traditionally consisting of freshly caught prawns, marinated beef, bún (rice vermicelli), lettuce, rau răm (Vietnamese coriander) and other herbal ingredients wrapped in Vietnamese bánh tráng (rice paper). Their signature Goi Cuon which replace the pork to beef. Fresh prawns (not frozen prawns) and fragrant leaves such as Vietnam Basil leaves laksa leaves, Vietnam mint leaves air flown from Vietnam.
Pho Bo which the soup is being brewed for at least 16hrs with beef bone. You will be able to tell the difference from the colour of the soup. It is darker in colour as compare to the lighter colour soup which have been brew with chicken bone mixed with beef bones instead. Phở or pho is a Vietnamese soup consisting of broth, rice noodles, herbs, and meat. It is considered Vietnam’s national dish.
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