A Pho break

When its cold outside or when I’m feeling for something hearty and filling, I usually go for two things ramen or pho. Though what am I kidding either one is just as good and both contains noodles.

For today lets go for the latter. Pho!!

Getting a quick lunch with Peter down at the local Mr Viet was a sure things, the staff are friendly and they have a good menu ranging from Pho, Mĺ tuoi and Gõi Cuṑn.

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Starting with an Vietnamese ice coffee is the way to go, but do not be fooled it is strong and they usually use sweetened condense milk. Its made through a metal french drip filter and poured over ice.

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But lets talk about Pho!! It has a beef broth, with rice noodles, onions, spring onions and bean sprouts. Its a dish that normally in Vietnam is eaten during breakfast and sometimes lunch.

They had a offering of beef, chicken or combination, we both went with beef.

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But of course you can add little extras, and they offered us a little supply to custom our toppings.

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We also got a little snack on the side called Bánh Bao, served in a fluffy steamed envelope bun, with herbs, chilly and your choice of bbq or roast Oink’s.

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We tuck into our pho and stirred up all its goodness and chow down.

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Then we had a juicy little pockets of Bánh Bao, we went for both the roast and bbq. I was pretty full from the pho, so my lovely took the last one….. ah scarifies.

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Mr Viet is open weekly and do get pack during the lunch breaks, so grab a quick seat and tuck in 🙂

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