Friendly service, nice food options full of fresh ingredients (loved the pork sausage salad), generous portions and quite incredible value.
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Seriously the best Vietnamese we have had. The Beef Pho at $12 was rediculous. It had plenty of meat and flavour. The beef stew and noodles was so tender and true to taste. I have been eating Vietnamese for over 30 years in all countries...More
This place is not obvious to passersby as it has a very narrow frontage and blocked by an outdoor structure of a neighbouring restaurant. Hence it isn't as obvious as three other pho options in Subiaco. Tastefully decorated, this Vietnamese pho restaurant/cafe is run by...More
I must say, I was super impressed with this place. Normally, Mr K & I have our pho at the place up the road, because I just love the hipster decor, but this really surprised me. The food was next level good, BYO and our...More
We didnt hear a wok cooking just a microwave. Bland, flavourless, stewed food. Reheated dry duck with no flavour at all. Tough microwaved beef. The braised pork was stewed fatty pork. Not a hint of lemon grass or spices at all anywhere.Nothing was fresh or...More
Mid-week evening. Not a lot of vegetarian options on the menu but what's there is really good. Friends agreed their non-veg. choices of main were excellent and filling. Lots of seating a lovely surprise with such a small shopfront. Will be back.
Had lunch here today. Just the 3 of us. Decor was very nice. Service was great. We were greeted on arrival, wasn't too long at all before our order was taken. The menu is not your typical Vietnamese dishes, nor is it extensive. But what...More
I have been here twice and on both occasions had a very fresh and tasty meal. The stir fried prawns with broccoli and oyster sauce were tender and the sauce tasty. There was plenty of tender pork in the chilli and lemongrass dish. I was...More
Came in here for lunchtime and was concerned that it was empty. Perhaps they were new to the area at that time? Part of the reason it felt empty was there was a lot of space between the tables, which some people may like, but...More