290 Orchard Road
#B1-20 Paragon
Singapore 238859

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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11:00am - 10:00pm

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Our standard go-to dish at So Pho because we really love the firm beef balls and the fatty beef brisket! We also love the slices of beef as they were really tender. 😋 For $12.50++, it is a reasonable amount of ingredients so we are not complaining.

However, for those of you who are not good with spicy food, we strongly suggest that you don't add any of the chilli padi into the soup. The chilli seeds are REALLY spicy and they can catch you off-guard! Also, do eat your pho when it is served because the kway teow will clump together otherwise and the dish will not be as nice.

Vietnamese spring rolls with chicken, prawns, rice noodles and quite a lot of veggies in it! We love it when the spring rolls are paired with the fish sauce, as it gives a slightly spicy and yet tangy flavour to the roll, which we feel is a little tasteless on its own. On the other hand, we feel that the dark sauce does not go as well with the dish as it is a little too sweet (reminds us of the sauce used for Chee cheong fun). For $4.80++, it is a pretty great appetiser since there are so many ingredients in it and the sauce is great!

However, we felt that the rice paper used for this spring roll was a little too thick and it is actually very difficult to separate the 6 rolls from one another as they stick together really tightly. 😰

Instead of prawn, this summer roll comes with grilled beef. The white sesame add ons the additional fragance to the roll.

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Vietnamese traditional spring roll with vegetables and prawn. However, the skin is abit too think to chew into.

My love for Vietnamese food started from a bowl of Pho in So Pho. But once you've tasted the authentic Vietnamese food, you'll be looking for the same taste. There must be something special about the ingredients in Vietnam because it never tasted the same anymore. However, you can't just walk away from where it all started. 😉
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So Pho so good indeed! We liked everything we ordered. And oh, the fresh spring rolls are one of the best we've tasted so far.