SG Pho House – Authentic Vietnamese Pho!
I wasn’t a fan of Vietnamese food, until my trip to Vietnam three years back. I guess it’s because the ones I had in Singapore weren’t authentic, hence I didn’t really enjoy the cuisine. One day, I was scrolling through Instagram and chanced upon Sg Pho House. It is newly opened, so I figured, why not give it a try?
My must-order dish every time I eat Vietnamese food is of course, beef pho! I have an unparalleled love for beef pho, so I ordered the Special Beef Noodle Soup ($8.90). “Could this just be another ordinary bowl of pho?” I wondered. As I slurped the broth, I was transported back to Vietnam. The pho tasted exactly like the one I had in Hanoi! I couldn’t contain my excitement and finished the broth in record time. The broth is cooked for at least 12 hours, and the distinct sweetness and strong beef flavour are purely derived from beef bones. The beef slices were lean, tender, and cooked to the right doneness. The beef balls, which are handmade daily, were soft with a slight elasticity. The kway teow was really springy too. Feel free to help yourself to the house-made chilli and fish sauce if you want more flavour. This sure one delicious bowl of pho!
If pho isn’t your bowl of noodles, how about some vermicelli? I tried the Grilled Pork Vermicelli ($9.50), which was really good as well. It comes with a sweet sauce which you can pour into the noodles. Make sure to give the noodles a good toss before digging in! This dish is completed with grilled pork, barbecue pork and pork spring rolls. I loved that the grilled pork and barbecue pork had a perfect balance of sweet and salty flavours. The pork spring rolls were well-seasoned and flavourful too.
I was also recommended the Seafood Spring Rolls ($4.90). These are handmade daily using only fresh ingredients — nothing like the frozen stuff. You’ll find fresh crab meat, prawns and pork in each wrapper. This would make a great appetizer.
I’m not even a coffee person. But, after trying Vietnamese coffee in Vietnam, I was hooked. Since then, I ONLY drink Vietnamese coffee. There’s just something about Vietnamese coffee that I love so much. The Iced Coffee with Milk ($3.50) was intense and extremely fragrant, just how I like it!
If you have are craving for authentic Vietnamese food, why not drop by Sg Pho House? Most of their ingredients are imported from Vietnam, and everything is cooked by Vietnamese chefs!
Sg Pho House
Address: 774 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198742
Phone: 6299 8774
Opening Hours: Tues to Sun: 11am to 10pm, Closed on Mon
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