it was awesome place to try out pho . the soup is nice and clear . the cost is reasonable highly recommend
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It is very nice places to enjoy vietnamese food in Singapore. Specially pho. It is very good soup. Good service. Will be back for next business
Not the best but a good place for a nice meal. I find it to be a good place for a lunch during the week as they are eficient and the food is good. It is not the best pho soup you will have in...More
Not a fancy place, but the food is wonderful. It's a fun place to walk around and then fill up on some great Vietnamese food. My kids love the Pho. I thought the cold noodle salad, served with fried beancurd and spring rolls were great.
We visited the eatery at Tanjong Pagar during the lunch time and it was not that crowded. We soon found out why: the beef noodle soup ($10.9) only has a few slices of beefy floating and the broth is not well prepared. Two rice paper...More
I regularly visit Pho Stop as it feels like a real escape from the city. Coupled with great prices (the $3 Vietnamese beer 333 is a steal!) and some good food it is a fun hangout spot for a weekday social. Make sure to get...More
I have tried some Vietnamese food restaurants in Singapore and every time I visited one, I made my own list. I had my favourite place until a friend of mine introduced me to this place. It was an eye opener and I even thought that...More
Love this place and visit regularly. Go sit up on the roof where you're surrounded by other shop houses and feel like you are in a more vintage Singapore. Also love the happy hour until 9pm - Especially the "333" Vietnamese beer. At $3 a...More
Went on a Monday night, pleasantly surprised to see a decent dinner crowd (which also spilled up to The Bar Above). Which may have explained the slow service - maybe they were understaffed as they didn't expect a busy Monday? Greatly impressed by the full-page...More
Clean, friendly, well priced and great food. We went with the family, 2 fussy boys 8 and 12, they loved the cold rolls, spring rolls, chicken and rice, and pho. Adults did too!