Phở Lệ is a famous Pho restaurant in Ho Chi Minh City. There are many guests from morning to night. In addition to the locals, there are also many tourists who come here, so the hall is full of people every day.
Pho Le's pho is not soft and rotten, it tastes QQ, the soup is sweet and delicious, plus Peng Pai's raw beef, cooked beef or beef balls. It's really delicious.
Popular beef noodle shop, well-known, clean place, with Chinese menu, you can understand, the soup base is very sweet and the side dishes are better, they are all placed by themselves, the meatballs are very refreshing and elastic The beef is just right, it will not be overheated, there are many places, but the air conditioner is not enough, the price is fair, and it will not be overpriced, which is endless.
The popular sirloin pho restaurant in Vietnam is just like the Fukuoka ramen in Japan. Those who don’t want to eat are not happy. The restaurant is opened by Chinese, so the ingredients will be prepared by Chinese in all aspects, so it tastes more satisfying.
Tastes good, tastes good, sufficient weight, good service attitude
Not bad, affordable, full of a large portion of food very full.
Vietnamese pho is a must-eat when visiting Ho Chi Minh. My colleague brought me here. It is said to be the most famous pho restaurant in Ho Chi Minh. The decoration here is so-so. As soon as you sit down, you will be served a plate of greens. It is said that you must put this in order to be authentic, but because I am really not used to it, I gave up. I ordered a bowl of raw and cooked beef pho. The beef is not too old and tough, and the soup noodles are delicious. Although I have been very supportive in the hotel buffet in the morning, I still can’t help eating it up. Finally, a local specialty drink was added, but the taste is a bit strange, a bit of longan meat.
"Jin Li" is a popular Vietnamese beef noodle brand. It was founded in 1970. It has been focusing on making beef noodles for more than 40 years. It has been praised by the Wall Street Journal as the best pho in Ho Chi Minh City. The side dishes here are quite generous, basically what you see in Vietnam. The sprouts are either raw or cooked, with lemongrass inside. Of course the essential green lemon and coriander leaves. When the beef noodles come, you must try the soup base first. The umami taste is really incomparable to those beef noodles eaten in China. Once you taste it, you will know that all the ingredients here are real. If you don’t believe me, you can take a bite of the beef balls. The beef must be ordered with sesame sauce mixed with red racha sauce with a little lemon juice in it.