5 May 2015

A healthier French-Vietnamese option in Tanjong Pagar

Source: L'euphởriz. The L'euphởriz sautéed beef and spring rolls vermicelli salad (bún bò xào chả giò).

L'euphởriz, a Vietnamese restaurant in Singapore's Tanjong Pagar business district, is open for lunch and dinner.

"L'euphởriz" is a reference to the French-Vietnamese restaurant's origin – a play on the words "L'euphorie", meaning "euphoria" in French and "phở", the popular Vietnamese noodle soup, together with "riz", the word for rice in French.

The restaurant originated in Saigon, Vietnam, then moved to Paris and has contributed to the success of Parisian Vietnamese restaurant Dong Huong for the last 30 years.

A modern presentation of authentic Vietnamese cuisine, the menu consists of carefully crafted dishes based on a well-balanced mixture of fresh vegetables; aromatic herbs, premium meats and spices to achieve the finest taste possible. L'euphởriz prides itself on offering Vietnamese cuisine that is made without MSG, palm oil and less salt.

Source: L'euphởriz. The interior of the L'euphởriz  Vietnamese restaurant, AXA Tower, Singapore.


Situated at the Anson Road entrance to Singapore’s AXA Tower, at 8 Shenton Way, L'euphởriz is short walk from the Tanjong Pagar MRT station. Call +65 6221 8785 f
or reservations.