Grilled lemongrass beef, spring rolls, vermicelli noodles, pickled carrot, vegetables, piles of Thai basil, mint leaves & cilantro, crushed roasted peanuts and nuoc mam (fish sauce), all were barely fit for the bowl! Smoky and sweet flavor, I LIKE! This restaurant is generous with its portions: piles of thick cut grilled beef was very satisfying with a bunch of – literally a bunch! – cilantro, Thai basil, and mint. I’m sure you will love it too if a herb lover like me.
Unusually nicer and cleaner interior at Pho Tay Ho, as a Vietnamese eatery.
There isn’t much talking between a waiter and you since all you need to do is to select your order on an order form and voilà, within a minute, food come out to your table, nice and hot!
Just found a teeny-tiny fish sauce bottle on the table! Aww how cute; do you think they serve this mini fish sauce bottle in Vietnamese airplanes too? WANT!
Pho with rare and cooked beef, beef balls, tendons and tripe. Thai basil, sprouts, and two little Thai chili peppers crushed by my big spoon, into my soup; OMG it was one wonderful meal! – slurping is allowed here
Not the best broth compared to Pho Lien, but the rice noodles had unusual great texture; lots of basil & mint leaves & hot chilli peppers are given to tables; the portion of meat was just enough; and most of all the place was nice and clean, plus recently renovated along with new tables and chairs! 9.5/10 LOL!