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
The food is reasonably priced. And for the most part delicious. Especially the chicken curry. Mmmmm :) Also the fried chicken, and bbq lemongrass pork with rice.
Iced coffee here is refreshing I would highly recommend it.
I would say everything on the menu is tasty. Apart from the noodle soups. I find the soup very, very bland. Possibly missing fried garlic? Fried onions, or roasted onion?...more
I really liked my meal here. The food was fresh and tasted home-cooked. My friend and I were pleased we visited as an alternative to Cafe East because we wanted to try somewhere new. When we were there, a whole multi-generational family were dining together, including grandparents and aunties and kiddies. Pretty good sign, right?
There's nothing fancy at all about the ambience and the...more
This is the first Vietnamese restaurant I've been to in London and was completely underwhelmed. The pho was very oily and one dimensional. The meat that came with rice dishes was good but to be authentic it should have come with broken rice. The fish sauce provided was also sparse, barely enough to call it a drizzle - I want more!more
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
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