Food and drink
Pho’s signature offering is, of course, pho, Vietnam’s national dish, a big bowl of soup filled with rice noodles and a choice of meat, vegetables, nuts, herbs and sauces. They do this very well, with impressively authentic, rich, sweet and sour flavours. There are also several soup-free noodle dishes and curries to try.
It’s bright and bustling, with a wooden floor, banks of small tables (plus a few out on the street) and an open kitchen.
The service is brisk and efficient.
It's just inland from the seafront, on the edge of [node:173590], next to [node:173301].
A bowl of pho or a noodle dish is excellent value at £7-£9.
Pho is part of a small chain with a few branches in London.
- Backpackers / Students
- Families with teenagers
- Stag / hen parties
- People watching
- No fuss