Sunday, April 4, 2010

Vietnamese Beef Noodle at Pho Hoa

Went for a Saturday night dinner at Pho Hoa Noodle Soup in Tropicana City Mall. According to their website it seems to be a restaurant chain originating from the US, so I can't vouch for the authenticity of the taste (incidentally, I've only set foot in Vietnam about zero times in my life.

The menu understandably focuses on Beef Noodle Soup. The soup and the noodles are all the same - instead, we're given choices of combinations of steak, flank, beef balls, brisket and a few more other more exotic cuts of meat. I play it safe and go for the beef balls and brisket.

The soup is fragrant and not overpowering, if a tad bit salty. Also, for MYR14.95 I do think they could've been a bit more generous with the serving of meat.

The darling had Dry Vermicelli with Chicken and Vietnamese Rolls (possibly not exact name) for MYR13.95. Combination of the Vermicelli, Chicken, Nuts and assorted Veges go very well together!

Overall, quite a decent place to go to for some quick and cheap Vietnamese fare. Just a side note that the Mines Wonderland branch which I frequent is about MYR2-MYR3 cheaper per bowl (go figure).

1 comment:

  1. if you're craving for Vietnamese food...
    Must choose Pho Hoa!!!