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Red Sparrow (Dempsey Road)
Savour a slice of Vietnam when you visit Red Sparrow at Dempsey Hill. Designed to resemble a typical Vietnamese restaurant with brightly-lit paper lanterns and wall murals that depict the streets in Vietnam, you’ll find that the food is as authentic.

The kitchen is also helmed by the owner who replicates his travel and culinary experiences he picked up when he was in Vietnam for two years, and pairs them with quality ingredients and plenty of heart.

On the menu: you’ll find a variety of Vietnamese dishes including the familiar pho, Banh Mi and spring rolls, as well as dishes you should get acquainted with, like the Marinated Berkshire Pork Shoulder, Collagen Hot Pots, and Lemongrass Flan.
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$20-$30 / person
Pet Friendly


11 Dempsey Road #01-18
Singapore 249673
Opening Hours:
Daily: 11:30 AM - 12:00 AM
(Last order: 11.30PM)

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Despite its location at Dempsey Hill (which can be slightly inconvenient if you don’t drive), Red Sparrow is worth the trip.

Why, you ask? The dishes on the menu here will exceed your expectations when it comes to honest, authentic and compelling Vietnamese food.

Within the establishment, colourful paper lanterns from Hoi An and wall murals depicting the Vietnamese way of life add to the dining experience.

The dishes come in generous portions, which make it easier to share if you’re there with a group of friends.

Start with the goi cuon (a.k.a. rice paper roll) that’s generously stuffed with succulent tiger prawns, braised pork, springy dry white noodles, vegetables and herbs.

Then, move on to the pho bo (or beef pho), which is served steaming hot, and beyond superb. The flat rice noodles blend in with the deep, rich homemade broth, while large slices of quality beef, sprouts and herbs add to the flavourful dish.

Still have room? Don’t miss the thit lon nuong – charcoal grilled marinated Berkshire Pork, egg and pork terrine, roasted greens and homemade fish sauce – that burst in a riot of flavours when eaten together.

For dessert, consider the Lemongrass Flan (the chef’s own creation) to end the meal on a sweet note.
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