Wednesday, 18 June 2014

BRIGHTON - Restaurant review: Pho

When Tom and I last went to Brighton, we tried out a new restaurant called Pho. Pho is a Vietnamese dish which is a type of noodle soup. Although the menu at Pho does include other Vietnamese dishes, Pho is what they specialise in. 

From the menu you choose what meat or vegetables you would like in your pho. Tom chose steak and I chose king prawns. Two huge bowls of steaming noodle soup where delivered to our table, along with a side plate of extra ingredients, including bean sprouts, fresh herbs and chillies, which you could add into your meal if you wanted. 

It was amazing how a thin broth could be so flavoursome, though it's not really surprising as they say that the stock takes around 12 hours to prepare. 

The prices are fairly good at £7 - £10 for a main, but boy do you get value for money. I can't comment on the other dishes, but the pho portion sizes are deceivingly large. 

You aren't currently able to reserve at the Brighton branch, so get there early.


If you're looking for something a bit different then I really recommend that you give Pho a visit.

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