Mrs Pho

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Monday - Sunday 11am to 10pm
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Mrs Pho is owned by a Singaporean and Vietnamese couple, and the pho recipe is a mix of Northern and Southern-style pho.

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Amazing Vietnamese food, Pho real
(Updated: September 12, 2018)
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I’ve had quite a few cravings for some herby, flavourful pho soup. On more than one occasion, I’ve found myself venturing almost trance-like towards the heady scent of Vietnamese pho. With the slew of Vietnamese noodle bars popping up all over Singapore, it’s really hard to pick one. Mrs Pho, as one of the smaller establishments in the Vietnamese food scene, makes the decision much easier. With concrete walls and sprayed graffiti, Mrs Pho embraces the concept of simple, Vietnamese street settings.

Conveniently located just a short walk from Haji Lane, Mrs Pho serves up iconic Vietnamese food fare in a cozy setting, but with a creative twist. Deciding to be a little adventurous, I decided to order a more quirky entry on their menu. Despite all my trips to Vietnamese noodle joints, it was my first time hearing of the Bun Mam ($8.90), or Viet Assam Seafood Noodles. Mrs Pho serves up a powerful blend of classic Vietnamese pho and Singaporean assam, packing a punch bound to tingle tastebuds here. Something like a Vietnamese tom yam, the Bun Mam definitely makes for a unique flavour. Two thumbs up for this.

Be sure to also try the Oc Nhay Hap Sa ($6.50), or gong gong steamed with lemongrass. Not unlike the usual gong gong smothered in sambal, the lemongrass adds an extra citrus zing, tossing in some Vietnamese streetside flavour to this tze char classic. I also enjoyed the Chanh Muoi, a version of salty lemonade popular in Saigon. At just $2, this was a great finisher to the meal.

If you’re spoilt for choice in deciding where to go for pho, look no further. Mrs Pho may not have as big a name as other noodle joints, but if you’re looking for cozy, authentic Vietnamese food fare with a local twist, this is the place for you.

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