Don’t even get me started with the name of the restaurant. I have no idea why would they name it Paris Pho… But hey, a name’s a name. It’s not an indicator of the food quality!
Inside the restaurant
I have this feeling that it is chinese owned. The menu sort of hints me that (menu does not only offer pho, but like always cantonese noodles dishes or similar dishes like that).
I got the Beef specialty soup. It has beef blood hmmmm! The broth was very tasty, but not spicy enough. Good thing they have lots of chili pepper sauce on the side that I slightly abused to make my soup spicier! The only thing I have to complain is that they did not use the usual thin rice noodles. This one has thick round noodles, which are good…but I prefer the thin ones for my pho!!
This one I am not sure of the name. But the broth is made with coconut. A few shrimps in the soup too! Although this one tastes good as well, I prefer my soup over this one.
This place is not bad at all. Good place to go if you are craving for pho and you are just around the corner.
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