This is not fusion cuisine, which I am always a little sceptical about. Rather it is a fusion menu where it is possible to choose a selection of dishes from Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Malaysian and to a certain extent, Thai. When visiting Singapore, we stopped here for dinner with some expat friends. Between us we ordered too much food because everything sounded great. We weren't disappointed. The Vietnamese spring rolls were fresh, Char Koay Teaow was spicy, marinaded minced beef was soft and tangy, massaman curry had depth and the salad was zingy. The restaurant is on the river at Clarke Quay and on the Sunday night we visited, it was extremely quiet. Apart from that it was a good experience.
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