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Pho LE restaurant

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Sunny
Sunny
February 7, 2020
The shop has been selling for a long time but it still tastes as good as ever. The broth is clear, has the sweet taste of beef bones. Add some onion, some pepper. Add in a bowl of rice noodles, coriander, basil, and vegetables. Large bowl of pho, lots of meat. Affectionate staff.
Kien
Kien
December 21, 2019
Definitely one of the most famous PHO restaurant in the city
Tran
Tran
November 5, 2019
This is your classic Southern style Pho Bo, they will give you a hearty bowl with lots of fresh herbs. Our favourite is Pho Tai Bo Vien (medium cooked beef and beef balls)
Nick
Nick
August 8, 2019
Vietnamese beef noodle. Best local food with tradition flavour
Steven
Steven
April 15, 2019
No matter if you’ve been to Vietnam before or not, you’ve likely heard of pho, if not already eaten it many times before. The noodle soup didn’t become so famous for nothing – it really is one of the most common dishes in throughout the country, and it makes the Vietnamese food menu at nearly every…

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Kaffihús
“They serve great coffee, especially their "Egg coffe". The atmosphere is nice, the price is reasonable and the staffs are very helpful.”
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Veitingahús
“Authentic Vietnamese food (Northern style), food are creative and delicious, make sure you order “mâm cuốn” (rice paper wrap with different ingredients, served with peanut sauce)”
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“Cơm Tấm Trần Quý Cáp Cơm tấm Trần Quý Cáp is known for being one of the best places in Saigon to have cơm tấm or broken rice. It’s been open for decades and is a favorite of many Vietnamese families. My Vietnamese friends swear by this place. A friend of mine said its been patronized by him, his father and grandfather. Three generations of Vietnamese can’t be wrong! Order the com tam suon nuong which is grilled pork chop with broken rice. It’s referred to as “broken rice” because it’s made with fragments of rice grains that were broken either in the field, during drying, during transport, or by milling. The broken rice tastes nuttier than regular rice, almost like risotto. But get ready to be blown away by the pork chop. It will be the best pork chop you’ve ever tasted – savory sweet and very tender. You’ll really enjoyed it with the cơm tấm. ”
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Staðsetning
303-305 Võ Văn Tần
Hồ Chí Minh, Hồ Chí Minh
Sími08 3834 4486
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