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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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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!

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

Got the Bun Thit Nuong Cha Gio. (Soz not gna put in all the åúê thingies LOL) anw it was good, my pork was well marinated and the sauce wasn’t too sweet like So Pho imo. The fresh spring rolls thoooo it was defo too much noods hidin in there!! I still like Mrs Pho tho, q authentic even the employees are Vietnamese. Next time I’ll try to Ban Xeo Bc my momma rly likes that

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Seafood broth, fresh crab meat, prawns, meatballs and thick short noodles aka 老鼠粉 or mee tai mak which I did not expect when I first tried to pick up the noodles thinking it would be the traditional pho noodles. They were actually a nice surprise and had a bouncy texture to them which I rly liked. The broth was really clean tasting and squeeze in some lime and stir in some fish sauce to give it an extra oomph. The crab meat and prawns were fresh but could’ve been more generous with the crab given that it’s supposed to be the main ingredient.


Pretty b’cos its interior was comfortable and had great characteristics of Vietnam. Its menu featured a pretty wide range, from appetiser to mains and desserts.
With fried pork rolls, starfruit salad, grilled pork jowls and Pho, our meal was a complete one with varied tastiness. And we also loved those sauces to go along with the dishes.


I'm so glad that Mrs Pho House nailed their version of the Banh Xeo, a savoury crepe sandwiching a multitude of ingredients. The perfectly thin crepe had just the right amount of egginess and crispiness, and the beef was nicely cooked without being overly tough or chewy. I'd return just for this!

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