221 Rangoon Road
Singapore 218459

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12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

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Simply refreshing combination of starfruit onions coriander and a generous serving of beef

I’ve been patronising Mrs Pho at their multiple outlets for at least 4 years now so this is my overall review for them - the original Beach Road outlet is actually the best, followed by the Rangoon Road one then the Vivo one.

When I first stepped into their Beach Road outlet I felt like I was being literally transported back to Vietnam lol, the shitty and cramped tables, and even the taste of the Pho was omg so nostalgic! Their fried spring rolls tasted EXACTLY like all the ones I ate in Vietnam too... My favourite thing to add is their home made chilli sauce that they usually put on the side. It is so oily and spicy and goes sooo well with the broth and noodles.

With that being said, their other outlets are definitely not as authentic as the Beach Road one, but they are well less crowded. My family and I always patronise the one at Rangoon Road because it’s very spacious and only mildly crowded at most, and they have a ton of other dishes that the other outlets don’t have like actually caifan dishes you can order, and even crab!

📍Mrs Pho House, Rangoon Road📍
💸Banh Xeo (Pork): $16.40
💸 Yaya Papaya Salad: $10.50
💸 Special Beef Combo Pho: $13.10
The recent showers🌧️ got us craving for something soupy and warm☀️ so today we're back at Mrs Pho🍜, an authentic and our favourite Vietnamese joint! As expected, they lived up to our expectations with delicious pho at wallet friendly prices. But what surprised us were the sides we ordered. The 'Papaya salad with prawn🍤 and pork🐷' was crunchy, sweet, sour and super appetising! And 'Banh Xeo with pork🐷' definitely surprised us as well, in terms of both the taste and portion! The fried pork and vegetables had lots of wok hei👍 in it, and wrapped in a thin savoury crepe. Sinful but definitely worth it😍

Lastly, one thing to note was that their online menus seem to differ for their branches so be sure to check their website before heading down😋

Despite them being named after the famed Vietnamese noodle soup, we couldn't resist ordering the dry rice vermicelli with lemongrass grilled beef. It ended up being a huge hit. Fresh shredded lettuce, fragrant beef slices, tangy vinaigrette sauce and springy rice vermicelli made for a refreshing combo.

I was also super impressed with their delivery speed. They delivered on time (1 hour after I placed my order), despite the fact that I ordered during dinnertime and their store is not near my house. Impressive!

Price: $12

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I usually squirm at fishy cockles in my char kway teow, so I wasn’t too sure if I made the right choice when I ordered Mrs Pho’s Cockles ($12.90) from Mrs Pho House. BEST CHOICE EVER! The cockles are stir-fried with lots of garlic and lard and served in a sizzling claypot. I love how fragrant it is, and the fact that the cockles are cooked through and not fishy at all. Highly addictive!


Dry beef noodle is super good esp for hot weather. Highly recommend to have ice coffee along for a perfect combination!