We had our late snack-early dinner at Pho Hoa in Mega Mall. It’s a Vietnamese Noodle House. Do you like Vietnamese food?
The iced tea in Pho Hoa was served in huge tall glass, and it has very distinct lemony taste! Affordable too at PhP 75. It was served to our table with a plate of fresh basil and bean sprouts with small slices of lemon as toppings-to-taste for the soup we ordered.
PHO NAM, CHIN, GAN, BO BIEN (Flank, brisket, tendon and meatball pho), PhP 265.
The meat in the soup was so tender, the noodles and the broth were tasty.
FRESH SPRING ROLL SHRIMP, PhP 125. 50. It was good to bite on veggies and vermicelli with shrimps wrapped delicately and served with its perfect dip – a delicious peanut sauce.
I am with my wife Tina and our son Gabby who asked for a vanilla ice cream served in two scoops with chocolate drizzle and a cherry on top (PhP 75).
Service was fast and efficient. Staffs were courteous and served our food wearing smiles and Vietnamese outfits. Nice! Best of all, Pho Hoa doesn’t have service charge! We’ll try to visit again soon to try other foods from the menu.
PHO HOA VIETNAMESE NOODLE HOUSE. Upper Ground Level SM MegaMall A, Mandaluyong City