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3 Great Titchfield Street
We had gotten a free pho card so came here to redeem. Since any pho was free, I didn't hesitate when after for their recommendation they pointed to the second most expensive pho (I believe its usually £12 something). It was the house special with beef and egg. My expectations were high. The presentation looked nice and the portion was sizable, but I was not impressed by the taste itself. It...more
3.5 but am rounding up.
To be honest, it's average pho compared to better places like those on Kingsland Road. However, comparing against other Pho chains, it was the best I had. Broth came out hot and flavourful. Everything in general was fresh, though I wish they served more veggies.
Service was generally good and prompt. No major hiccups, and they came by to check on me regularly....more
Ah, I do like Pho!
This branch has not been carefully inspected by me (as if!) because the table we were given once arrived was the one in front of the door. Which, amazingly, didn't mean I was going to get super annoyed by people getting in and out of the restaurant as I could barely notice them.
But it was a warm day, so maybe I was lucky?
This time I ordered a different noodle soup, one...more
Seemed oddly over staffed that night but we were eating a little early for a friday night so...yeah.
The last place I lived, Oakland California USA, was all about the Pho. The quality of the pho was alright here but it was the plate of bits that seemed lacking. You know, all those toppings you can DIY your pho with, coriander and basil and mint and chilies and lime and and and. (this seems to...more
Ohhh sadly Pho Cafe disappointed me. It really is one star quality. The broth was salty and lacking depth. The noodles was dry while the there were literally 6 small pieces of almost bone dry meat (Brisket) measuring 2x2 inches. What in the world!? Oh did I mention that they gave us very old looking- turning brown 6 mint and basil leaves? What a sad story especially when you are sick and...more