Vietnamese Food πŸ‡»πŸ‡³

Vietnamese Food πŸ‡»πŸ‡³

Delicious beef pho, banh mi sandwiches and Vietnamese coffee!
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π™ˆπ™§π™¨ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 is one of well-known Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore, and have grown to 3 outletsβ€”one at Beach Road, one at Rangoon Road, and the newest at VivoCity, which is the one I visited. Though a small modest shop, I felt as though I was transported to a streetside eatery along the streets of Ho Chi Minh or Hanoi, sitting at one of their stainless steel tables.

I ordered a bowl of π™Žπ™‘π™žπ™˜π™šπ™™ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở BΓ² TΓ‘i, $8.90) and π™Žπ™₯π™šπ™˜π™žπ™–π™‘ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› π˜Ύπ™€π™’π™—π™€ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở DαΊ·c Biệt, $9.90). Both are served in bowls of warm nourishing soup, slippery smooth noodles, slices of beef topped with mint and onion, though the latter also comes with beef brisket, beef balls and a bowl of egg-drop soup. While the slices of beef were generous, they were a little tough and chewy.

I also had to order my favourite beverage of all-timeβ€”π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š π˜Ύπ™€π™›π™›π™šπ™š (CΓ  PhΓͺ Phin Sα»―a DΓ‘/DΓ³ng, $4.50), one hot and one iced. My favourite part of Vietnamese coffee is how the dark Robusta coffee blends perfectly with the sweetened condensed milk to meld into a rich, milk chocolatey drink. However, I did find that the coffee at Mrs Pho was a little pricey for its relatively small portion, and it was rather wasteful to serve the drinks in disposable cups, since we were dining in.

If you’re looking for good Vietnamese food, I wouldn’t recommend Mrs Pho… But where should you go then?

I made a video on the π˜½π™šπ™¨π™© π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š 𝙁𝙀𝙀𝙙 π™žπ™£ π™Žπ™žπ™£π™œπ™–π™₯π™€π™§π™šβ€”and if you want to find out which other place you can find affordable and authentic Vietnamese food that’s better than Mrs Pho, check it out on YouTube now! https://youtu.be/RQR_kX7VOY8

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π™ˆπ™§π™¨ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 is one of well-known Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore, and have grown to 3 outletsβ€”one at Beach Road, one at Rangoon Road, and the newest at VivoCity, which is the one I visited. Though a small modest shop, I felt as though I was transported to a streetside eatery along the streets of Ho Chi Minh or Hanoi, sitting at one of their stainless steel tables.

I ordered a bowl of π™Žπ™‘π™žπ™˜π™šπ™™ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở BΓ² TΓ‘i, $8.90) and π™Žπ™₯π™šπ™˜π™žπ™–π™‘ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› π˜Ύπ™€π™’π™—π™€ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở DαΊ·c Biệt, $9.90). Both are served in bowls of warm nourishing soup, slippery smooth noodles, slices of beef topped with mint and onion, though the latter also comes with beef brisket, beef balls and a bowl of egg-drop soup. While the slices of beef were generous, they were a little tough and chewy.

I also had to order my favourite beverage of all-timeβ€”π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š π˜Ύπ™€π™›π™›π™šπ™š (CΓ  PhΓͺ Phin Sα»―a DΓ‘/DΓ³ng, $4.50), one hot and one iced. My favourite part of Vietnamese coffee is how the dark Robusta coffee blends perfectly with the sweetened condensed milk to meld into a rich, milk chocolatey drink. However, I did find that the coffee at Mrs Pho was a little pricey for its relatively small portion, and it was rather wasteful to serve the drinks in disposable cups, since we were dining in.

If you’re looking for good Vietnamese food, I wouldn’t recommend Mrs Pho… But where should you go then?

I made a video on the π˜½π™šπ™¨π™© π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š 𝙁𝙀𝙀𝙙 π™žπ™£ π™Žπ™žπ™£π™œπ™–π™₯π™€π™§π™šβ€”and if you want to find out which other place you can find affordable and authentic Vietnamese food that’s better than Mrs Pho, check it out on YouTube now! https://youtu.be/RQR_kX7VOY8

π™ˆπ™§π™¨ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 is one of well-known Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore, and have grown to 3 outletsβ€”one at Beach Road, one at Rangoon Road, and the newest at VivoCity, which is the one I visited. Though a small modest shop, I felt as though I was transported to a streetside eatery along the streets of Ho Chi Minh or Hanoi, sitting at one of their stainless steel tables.

I ordered a bowl of π™Žπ™‘π™žπ™˜π™šπ™™ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở BΓ² TΓ‘i, $8.90) and π™Žπ™₯π™šπ™˜π™žπ™–π™‘ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› π˜Ύπ™€π™’π™—π™€ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở DαΊ·c Biệt, $9.90). Both are served in bowls of warm nourishing soup, slippery smooth noodles, slices of beef topped with mint and onion, though the latter also comes with beef brisket, beef balls and a bowl of egg-drop soup. While the slices of beef were generous, they were a little tough and chewy.

I also had to order my favourite beverage of all-timeβ€”π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š π˜Ύπ™€π™›π™›π™šπ™š (CΓ  PhΓͺ Phin Sα»―a DΓ‘/DΓ³ng, $4.50), one hot and one iced. My favourite part of Vietnamese coffee is how the dark Robusta coffee blends perfectly with the sweetened condensed milk to meld into a rich, milk chocolatey drink. However, I did find that the coffee at Mrs Pho was a little pricey for its relatively small portion, and it was rather wasteful to serve the drinks in disposable cups, since we were dining in.

If you’re looking for good Vietnamese food, I wouldn’t recommend Mrs Pho… But where should you go then?

I made a video on the π˜½π™šπ™¨π™© π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š 𝙁𝙀𝙀𝙙 π™žπ™£ π™Žπ™žπ™£π™œπ™–π™₯π™€π™§π™šβ€”and if you want to find out which other place you can find affordable and authentic Vietnamese food that’s better than Mrs Pho, check it out on YouTube now! https://youtu.be/RQR_kX7VOY8

π™ˆπ™§π™¨ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 is one of well-known Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore, and have grown to 3 outletsβ€”one at Beach Road, one at Rangoon Road, and the newest at VivoCity, which is the one I visited. Though a small modest shop, I felt as though I was transported to a streetside eatery along the streets of Ho Chi Minh or Hanoi, sitting at one of their stainless steel tables.

I ordered a bowl of π™Žπ™‘π™žπ™˜π™šπ™™ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở BΓ² TΓ‘i, $8.90) and π™Žπ™₯π™šπ™˜π™žπ™–π™‘ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› π˜Ύπ™€π™’π™—π™€ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở DαΊ·c Biệt, $9.90). Both are served in bowls of warm nourishing soup, slippery smooth noodles, slices of beef topped with mint and onion, though the latter also comes with beef brisket, beef balls and a bowl of egg-drop soup. While the slices of beef were generous, they were a little tough and chewy.

I also had to order my favourite beverage of all-timeβ€”π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š π˜Ύπ™€π™›π™›π™šπ™š (CΓ  PhΓͺ Phin Sα»―a DΓ‘/DΓ³ng, $4.50), one hot and one iced. My favourite part of Vietnamese coffee is how the dark Robusta coffee blends perfectly with the sweetened condensed milk to meld into a rich, milk chocolatey drink. However, I did find that the coffee at Mrs Pho was a little pricey for its relatively small portion, and it was rather wasteful to serve the drinks in disposable cups, since we were dining in.

If you’re looking for good Vietnamese food, I wouldn’t recommend Mrs Pho… But where should you go then?

I made a video on the π˜½π™šπ™¨π™© π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š 𝙁𝙀𝙀𝙙 π™žπ™£ π™Žπ™žπ™£π™œπ™–π™₯π™€π™§π™šβ€”and if you want to find out which other place you can find affordable and authentic Vietnamese food that’s better than Mrs Pho, check it out on YouTube now! https://youtu.be/RQR_kX7VOY8

π™ˆπ™§π™¨ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 is one of well-known Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore, and have grown to 3 outletsβ€”one at Beach Road, one at Rangoon Road, and the newest at VivoCity, which is the one I visited. Though a small modest shop, I felt as though I was transported to a streetside eatery along the streets of Ho Chi Minh or Hanoi, sitting at one of their stainless steel tables.

I ordered a bowl of π™Žπ™‘π™žπ™˜π™šπ™™ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở BΓ² TΓ‘i, $8.90) and π™Žπ™₯π™šπ™˜π™žπ™–π™‘ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› π˜Ύπ™€π™’π™—π™€ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở DαΊ·c Biệt, $9.90). Both are served in bowls of warm nourishing soup, slippery smooth noodles, slices of beef topped with mint and onion, though the latter also comes with beef brisket, beef balls and a bowl of egg-drop soup. While the slices of beef were generous, they were a little tough and chewy.

I also had to order my favourite beverage of all-timeβ€”π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š π˜Ύπ™€π™›π™›π™šπ™š (CΓ  PhΓͺ Phin Sα»―a DΓ‘/DΓ³ng, $4.50), one hot and one iced. My favourite part of Vietnamese coffee is how the dark Robusta coffee blends perfectly with the sweetened condensed milk to meld into a rich, milk chocolatey drink. However, I did find that the coffee at Mrs Pho was a little pricey for its relatively small portion, and it was rather wasteful to serve the drinks in disposable cups, since we were dining in.

If you’re looking for good Vietnamese food, I wouldn’t recommend Mrs Pho… But where should you go then?

I made a video on the π˜½π™šπ™¨π™© π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š 𝙁𝙀𝙀𝙙 π™žπ™£ π™Žπ™žπ™£π™œπ™–π™₯π™€π™§π™šβ€”and if you want to find out which other place you can find affordable and authentic Vietnamese food that’s better than Mrs Pho, check it out on YouTube now! https://youtu.be/RQR_kX7VOY8

π™ˆπ™§π™¨ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 is one of well-known Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore, and have grown to 3 outletsβ€”one at Beach Road, one at Rangoon Road, and the newest at VivoCity, which is the one I visited. Though a small modest shop, I felt as though I was transported to a streetside eatery along the streets of Ho Chi Minh or Hanoi, sitting at one of their stainless steel tables.

I ordered a bowl of π™Žπ™‘π™žπ™˜π™šπ™™ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở BΓ² TΓ‘i, $8.90) and π™Žπ™₯π™šπ™˜π™žπ™–π™‘ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› π˜Ύπ™€π™’π™—π™€ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở DαΊ·c Biệt, $9.90). Both are served in bowls of warm nourishing soup, slippery smooth noodles, slices of beef topped with mint and onion, though the latter also comes with beef brisket, beef balls and a bowl of egg-drop soup. While the slices of beef were generous, they were a little tough and chewy.

I also had to order my favourite beverage of all-timeβ€”π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š π˜Ύπ™€π™›π™›π™šπ™š (CΓ  PhΓͺ Phin Sα»―a DΓ‘/DΓ³ng, $4.50), one hot and one iced. My favourite part of Vietnamese coffee is how the dark Robusta coffee blends perfectly with the sweetened condensed milk to meld into a rich, milk chocolatey drink. However, I did find that the coffee at Mrs Pho was a little pricey for its relatively small portion, and it was rather wasteful to serve the drinks in disposable cups, since we were dining in.

If you’re looking for good Vietnamese food, I wouldn’t recommend Mrs Pho… But where should you go then?

I made a video on the π˜½π™šπ™¨π™© π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š 𝙁𝙀𝙀𝙙 π™žπ™£ π™Žπ™žπ™£π™œπ™–π™₯π™€π™§π™šβ€”and if you want to find out which other place you can find affordable and authentic Vietnamese food that’s better than Mrs Pho, check it out on YouTube now! https://youtu.be/RQR_kX7VOY8

π™ˆπ™§π™¨ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 is one of well-known Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore, and have grown to 3 outletsβ€”one at Beach Road, one at Rangoon Road, and the newest at VivoCity, which is the one I visited. Though a small modest shop, I felt as though I was transported to a streetside eatery along the streets of Ho Chi Minh or Hanoi, sitting at one of their stainless steel tables.

I ordered a bowl of π™Žπ™‘π™žπ™˜π™šπ™™ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở BΓ² TΓ‘i, $8.90) and π™Žπ™₯π™šπ™˜π™žπ™–π™‘ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› π˜Ύπ™€π™’π™—π™€ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở DαΊ·c Biệt, $9.90). Both are served in bowls of warm nourishing soup, slippery smooth noodles, slices of beef topped with mint and onion, though the latter also comes with beef brisket, beef balls and a bowl of egg-drop soup. While the slices of beef were generous, they were a little tough and chewy.

I also had to order my favourite beverage of all-timeβ€”π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š π˜Ύπ™€π™›π™›π™šπ™š (CΓ  PhΓͺ Phin Sα»―a DΓ‘/DΓ³ng, $4.50), one hot and one iced. My favourite part of Vietnamese coffee is how the dark Robusta coffee blends perfectly with the sweetened condensed milk to meld into a rich, milk chocolatey drink. However, I did find that the coffee at Mrs Pho was a little pricey for its relatively small portion, and it was rather wasteful to serve the drinks in disposable cups, since we were dining in.

If you’re looking for good Vietnamese food, I wouldn’t recommend Mrs Pho… But where should you go then?

I made a video on the π˜½π™šπ™¨π™© π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š 𝙁𝙀𝙀𝙙 π™žπ™£ π™Žπ™žπ™£π™œπ™–π™₯π™€π™§π™šβ€”and if you want to find out which other place you can find affordable and authentic Vietnamese food that’s better than Mrs Pho, check it out on YouTube now! https://youtu.be/RQR_kX7VOY8

π™ˆπ™§π™¨ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 is one of well-known Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore, and have grown to 3 outletsβ€”one at Beach Road, one at Rangoon Road, and the newest at VivoCity, which is the one I visited. Though a small modest shop, I felt as though I was transported to a streetside eatery along the streets of Ho Chi Minh or Hanoi, sitting at one of their stainless steel tables.

I ordered a bowl of π™Žπ™‘π™žπ™˜π™šπ™™ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở BΓ² TΓ‘i, $8.90) and π™Žπ™₯π™šπ™˜π™žπ™–π™‘ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› π˜Ύπ™€π™’π™—π™€ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở DαΊ·c Biệt, $9.90). Both are served in bowls of warm nourishing soup, slippery smooth noodles, slices of beef topped with mint and onion, though the latter also comes with beef brisket, beef balls and a bowl of egg-drop soup. While the slices of beef were generous, they were a little tough and chewy.

I also had to order my favourite beverage of all-timeβ€”π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š π˜Ύπ™€π™›π™›π™šπ™š (CΓ  PhΓͺ Phin Sα»―a DΓ‘/DΓ³ng, $4.50), one hot and one iced. My favourite part of Vietnamese coffee is how the dark Robusta coffee blends perfectly with the sweetened condensed milk to meld into a rich, milk chocolatey drink. However, I did find that the coffee at Mrs Pho was a little pricey for its relatively small portion, and it was rather wasteful to serve the drinks in disposable cups, since we were dining in.

If you’re looking for good Vietnamese food, I wouldn’t recommend Mrs Pho… But where should you go then?

I made a video on the π˜½π™šπ™¨π™© π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š 𝙁𝙀𝙀𝙙 π™žπ™£ π™Žπ™žπ™£π™œπ™–π™₯π™€π™§π™šβ€”and if you want to find out which other place you can find affordable and authentic Vietnamese food that’s better than Mrs Pho, check it out on YouTube now! https://youtu.be/RQR_kX7VOY8

π™ˆπ™§π™¨ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 is one of well-known Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore, and have grown to 3 outletsβ€”one at Beach Road, one at Rangoon Road, and the newest at VivoCity, which is the one I visited. Though a small modest shop, I felt as though I was transported to a streetside eatery along the streets of Ho Chi Minh or Hanoi, sitting at one of their stainless steel tables.

I ordered a bowl of π™Žπ™‘π™žπ™˜π™šπ™™ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở BΓ² TΓ‘i, $8.90) and π™Žπ™₯π™šπ™˜π™žπ™–π™‘ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› π˜Ύπ™€π™’π™—π™€ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở DαΊ·c Biệt, $9.90). Both are served in bowls of warm nourishing soup, slippery smooth noodles, slices of beef topped with mint and onion, though the latter also comes with beef brisket, beef balls and a bowl of egg-drop soup. While the slices of beef were generous, they were a little tough and chewy.

I also had to order my favourite beverage of all-timeβ€”π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š π˜Ύπ™€π™›π™›π™šπ™š (CΓ  PhΓͺ Phin Sα»―a DΓ‘/DΓ³ng, $4.50), one hot and one iced. My favourite part of Vietnamese coffee is how the dark Robusta coffee blends perfectly with the sweetened condensed milk to meld into a rich, milk chocolatey drink. However, I did find that the coffee at Mrs Pho was a little pricey for its relatively small portion, and it was rather wasteful to serve the drinks in disposable cups, since we were dining in.

If you’re looking for good Vietnamese food, I wouldn’t recommend Mrs Pho… But where should you go then?

I made a video on the π˜½π™šπ™¨π™© π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š 𝙁𝙀𝙀𝙙 π™žπ™£ π™Žπ™žπ™£π™œπ™–π™₯π™€π™§π™šβ€”and if you want to find out which other place you can find affordable and authentic Vietnamese food that’s better than Mrs Pho, check it out on YouTube now! https://youtu.be/RQR_kX7VOY8

π™ˆπ™§π™¨ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 is one of well-known Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore, and have grown to 3 outletsβ€”one at Beach Road, one at Rangoon Road, and the newest at VivoCity, which is the one I visited. Though a small modest shop, I felt as though I was transported to a streetside eatery along the streets of Ho Chi Minh or Hanoi, sitting at one of their stainless steel tables.

I ordered a bowl of π™Žπ™‘π™žπ™˜π™šπ™™ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở BΓ² TΓ‘i, $8.90) and π™Žπ™₯π™šπ™˜π™žπ™–π™‘ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› π˜Ύπ™€π™’π™—π™€ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở DαΊ·c Biệt, $9.90). Both are served in bowls of warm nourishing soup, slippery smooth noodles, slices of beef topped with mint and onion, though the latter also comes with beef brisket, beef balls and a bowl of egg-drop soup. While the slices of beef were generous, they were a little tough and chewy.

I also had to order my favourite beverage of all-timeβ€”π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š π˜Ύπ™€π™›π™›π™šπ™š (CΓ  PhΓͺ Phin Sα»―a DΓ‘/DΓ³ng, $4.50), one hot and one iced. My favourite part of Vietnamese coffee is how the dark Robusta coffee blends perfectly with the sweetened condensed milk to meld into a rich, milk chocolatey drink. However, I did find that the coffee at Mrs Pho was a little pricey for its relatively small portion, and it was rather wasteful to serve the drinks in disposable cups, since we were dining in.

If you’re looking for good Vietnamese food, I wouldn’t recommend Mrs Pho… But where should you go then?

I made a video on the π˜½π™šπ™¨π™© π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š 𝙁𝙀𝙀𝙙 π™žπ™£ π™Žπ™žπ™£π™œπ™–π™₯π™€π™§π™šβ€”and if you want to find out which other place you can find affordable and authentic Vietnamese food that’s better than Mrs Pho, check it out on YouTube now! https://youtu.be/RQR_kX7VOY8

π™ˆπ™§π™¨ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 is one of well-known Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore, and have grown to 3 outletsβ€”one at Beach Road, one at Rangoon Road, and the newest at VivoCity, which is the one I visited. Though a small modest shop, I felt as though I was transported to a streetside eatery along the streets of Ho Chi Minh or Hanoi, sitting at one of their stainless steel tables.

I ordered a bowl of π™Žπ™‘π™žπ™˜π™šπ™™ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở BΓ² TΓ‘i, $8.90) and π™Žπ™₯π™šπ™˜π™žπ™–π™‘ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› π˜Ύπ™€π™’π™—π™€ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở DαΊ·c Biệt, $9.90). Both are served in bowls of warm nourishing soup, slippery smooth noodles, slices of beef topped with mint and onion, though the latter also comes with beef brisket, beef balls and a bowl of egg-drop soup. While the slices of beef were generous, they were a little tough and chewy.

I also had to order my favourite beverage of all-timeβ€”π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š π˜Ύπ™€π™›π™›π™šπ™š (CΓ  PhΓͺ Phin Sα»―a DΓ‘/DΓ³ng, $4.50), one hot and one iced. My favourite part of Vietnamese coffee is how the dark Robusta coffee blends perfectly with the sweetened condensed milk to meld into a rich, milk chocolatey drink. However, I did find that the coffee at Mrs Pho was a little pricey for its relatively small portion, and it was rather wasteful to serve the drinks in disposable cups, since we were dining in.

If you’re looking for good Vietnamese food, I wouldn’t recommend Mrs Pho… But where should you go then?

I made a video on the π˜½π™šπ™¨π™© π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š 𝙁𝙀𝙀𝙙 π™žπ™£ π™Žπ™žπ™£π™œπ™–π™₯π™€π™§π™šβ€”and if you want to find out which other place you can find affordable and authentic Vietnamese food that’s better than Mrs Pho, check it out on YouTube now! https://youtu.be/RQR_kX7VOY8

π™ˆπ™§π™¨ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 is one of well-known Vietnamese restaurants in Singapore, and have grown to 3 outletsβ€”one at Beach Road, one at Rangoon Road, and the newest at VivoCity, which is the one I visited. Though a small modest shop, I felt as though I was transported to a streetside eatery along the streets of Ho Chi Minh or Hanoi, sitting at one of their stainless steel tables.

I ordered a bowl of π™Žπ™‘π™žπ™˜π™šπ™™ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở BΓ² TΓ‘i, $8.90) and π™Žπ™₯π™šπ™˜π™žπ™–π™‘ π˜½π™šπ™šπ™› π˜Ύπ™€π™’π™—π™€ 𝙋𝙝𝙀 (Phở DαΊ·c Biệt, $9.90). Both are served in bowls of warm nourishing soup, slippery smooth noodles, slices of beef topped with mint and onion, though the latter also comes with beef brisket, beef balls and a bowl of egg-drop soup. While the slices of beef were generous, they were a little tough and chewy.

I also had to order my favourite beverage of all-timeβ€”π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š π˜Ύπ™€π™›π™›π™šπ™š (CΓ  PhΓͺ Phin Sα»―a DΓ‘/DΓ³ng, $4.50), one hot and one iced. My favourite part of Vietnamese coffee is how the dark Robusta coffee blends perfectly with the sweetened condensed milk to meld into a rich, milk chocolatey drink. However, I did find that the coffee at Mrs Pho was a little pricey for its relatively small portion, and it was rather wasteful to serve the drinks in disposable cups, since we were dining in.

If you’re looking for good Vietnamese food, I wouldn’t recommend Mrs Pho… But where should you go then?

I made a video on the π˜½π™šπ™¨π™© π™‘π™žπ™šπ™©π™£π™–π™’π™šπ™¨π™š 𝙁𝙀𝙀𝙙 π™žπ™£ π™Žπ™žπ™£π™œπ™–π™₯π™€π™§π™šβ€”and if you want to find out which other place you can find affordable and authentic Vietnamese food that’s better than Mrs Pho, check it out on YouTube now! https://youtu.be/RQR_kX7VOY8

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