Mama Pho is a restaurant serving Vietnamese cuisine.
Venue Details & Map
24A Evelyn StreetDeptfordLondonSE8 5DG
- +44 (0)20 8305 6649
- Public transport:
- Surrey Quays, Underground
Mama pho is very small so I do not recommend coming here in large group. But the food was nice and a nice alternative if you find Cafe East is closed (like we did), since they are both not far from each other.
The menu has a range of pho and rice dishes, along with a selection of sides. As it is called Mama Pho then it must be about the pho, so I ordered the Pho Chin which had the cooked beef...more
Great food. Looks fairly unimpressive from the outside, but it's a casual place to get some food on a weekday night. The pho was nice but as I live a couple of minutes away it was a little cold by the time I got home so probably better to eat in and get it piping hot.
The menu isn't huge but a good selection of pho and starters to chose from so I'd definitely eat here again!more
My housemate and I live locally to this well known and popular Pho spot, but had never been. So when we fancied a treat last week, we knew where to head to. The cafe is busy (but not so busy you can't get in) and the staff are friendly. It's quite basic but has a nice feel to it overall.
We ordered "pho to go" as we live just up the road. Not sure about having pho available to take away, it...more
Yum, I had the Pho Tai Chin, and it was really good, which is pho with a mix of cooked and raw beef, but next time I think I want to get only raw beef! When it cooks in the hot soup, it becomes tender and very juicy. The pho here is not the very best I have ever had, but it is still damn good! I ordered mine "half spicy", but it still came out pretty spicy! Order full-on spicy if you know...more
Thanks to Irene L for organising an outing to deepest ,darkest Deptford on a bitterly cold Friday evening for surprisingly good Vietnamese food. After the 10 minute walk from Surrey Quays station (London Overground), our little band of hungrydiners were relieved to see Mama Pho's bright restaurant lights on the corner
The first thing which hit me was the trail of wonderful aromas when the...more