What The Pho

What the Pho?

What the Pho?

What The Pho? The dish is pronounced “fuh” and the restaurant is “foe.” Take a look at the little video we made or keep reading to learn more about Vietnam’s amazingly tasty national dish. The soul of their nation (and of our restaurants).

The Vietnamese

national dish

Phở [pronounced fuh] is the Vietnamese national dish; an aromatic, nutritious^ and delicious rice noodle soup served with a side plate of fresh herbs to add as you please. The addition of these herbs and table condiments is an essential part of eating phở and adds another dimension to the dish - our chilli paste for a kick, fish sauce for extra saltiness, garlic vinegar for sourness. Don’t hold back.

Brimming with

lean meats and

fresh ingredients

Our stocks take around 12 hours to prepare – this authentic preparation being key to the stocks retaining all their goodness and developing their own distinctive tastes and aromas. Phở is brimming with lean meats and fresh ingredients - In fact, it’s the perfect comfort food or pick-me-up!^ We think it’s also the best noodle soup in the world!

Low in fat

Phở dishes are all low in fat, saturated fat & are a good source of 10 of your vitamins and minerals including vitamins C, B3, B6, folate, iron and magnesium - nutrients which all contribute to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue!