Comfort Vietnamese food by Tre Caphe launched at Killiney Road & Suntec City

Find comfort in hearty Vietnamese dishes from Tre Caphe at 2 newly opened outlets at Killiney Road and Suntec CityThe team behind the Vietnamese food brand Le Saigon, which permanently closed on 23 Apr 2023, stands behind this new brand.

tre caphe - dining seats

Tre Caphe’s Suntec outlet, which is located at #B1-147 at Tower 1 & 2, opened on 15 Mar 2023, while the outlet ay 75 Killiney Road opened on 8 Apr 2023. Hence, the brand is relatively new to its adjacent food businesses.

Using traditional cooking preparations and methods coupled with a homely hospitality, the team hopes to provide customers with an honest Vietnamese dining experience. 

le saigon cafe - mixed bahn mi

Start off with the TRE Mini Banh Mi Set (S$11.90 for 3 pieces). This rendition of a Vietnamese classic comes mini sized and in 3 portions to share among the table as an appetiser. 

A wide array of unique dishes fall under The Soup Noodles and Tre Dry Noodle Set catalogues. Apart from the usual pho — which includes US beef balls, shank and slices — the Seafood Noodles (S$14.80) and Bamboo Pork Noodles Soup (S$14.80) may entice more adventurous eaters. 

tre caphe - hotpot
Credit – Tre Caphe

The most eye-catching offering on the menu goes to their Tre Viet Hotpot series. This was my first encounter with a Vietnamese hotpot and I felt thrill merely from glancing through the options. Think about a salmon fish head or beef tail brewing pot. 

With 2 serving sizes available, diners are recommended to have at least 2 pax when indulging this giant pot. 

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Lastly, I appreciate that the extensive menu also includes a decent variety of vegan options. Vegan Grilled Sausages (S$26.80), Soya Dry Bowl (S$12.80) and TRE Green Pho (S$15.80) are just some of the items that I would personally consider for my table. 

Not all endings are bitter. Tre Caphe is a prime example of how Singapore’s growing food and beverage scene continues to see rapid growth. Considering how there are limited Vietnamese food options in these 2 locations, I reckon you will see long lines soon!

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