Food is delicious and adequate, the price is fair, the staff is patient. The space in the store is good, the landscape is beautiful. A line of five people and eight dishes, full, 180,000 rupiah, good value for money. I saw this online and went to dinner. This restaurant is really delicious. I can come to Da Nang if I want to eat Vietnamese food. Two people have a lot of food. 500.000 Yue Shin, very recommended.
Pho Hoa Pasteur
When I went to the Pink Church, the biker took me. He said that this is the number one pho shop in Ho Chi Minh City, not to mention the ranking. As a Yunnanese, I love rice noodles and I think this restaurant is still very good! I ordered the most basic beef noodles. There are a lot of small cabbage kodie in the set menu, such as bean sprouts, red oil sauce, millet spicy, mint and lemongrass. I mentioned that Vietnamese millet is very spicy, so spicy and exciting, I love it!
This restaurant is said to have a long history. I came here to taste the Pho. The business is very good. I saw many locals coming to patronize. I thought that the taste should not be bad. After I tasted it, I found it was really good and the noodles were slippery. The taste is very good, the ingredients are also very fresh, it really is a commoner's delicacy.
Pho Hoa is ok - people have been overrating this place. They have a menu in English. Beef noodle is ok and not expensive. Don''t try fresh spring rolls - the rice paper is dried and hard. Would not recommend for anyone looking for really excellent noodle soup.
This is the pho shop in Saigon. If you want to experience the real McCoy of pho then do not go past this place..... Authentic everything and memorable.
We absolutely loved the pho here. It''s certainly not the best service and took ages to get anyone''s attention to order food or pay at the end but it was well worth it. Best pho we have ever tasted and amazing that you get to add your own herbs.
Having tasted NYC Pho and west coast Pho, each with their own regional variation in taste, I welcomed the opportunity to taste true Vietnamese Pho. Pho Hoa was an excellent place.
This is certainly the real deal in Vietnamese pho restaurants. The full flavour broth combined with all the best leafy additions, chilli, bean sprouts , hot and spicy sauces, finished with lime juice makes for a delicious meal. Friendly staff and quick service add to a memorable experience.