Found upstairs in One New Change, Pho St Paul's takes its name from Vietnam's national dish. Catch glimpses of St Paul's Cathedral from the terrace, or head indoors for cosy booth seating, tables of all sizes, communal benches and low-hanging cables: reminiscent of the streets of Hanoi. The Pho menu specialises in pho noodle soups, as well as other light and healthy Vietnamese street foods like salads, wok-fried noodles and warming curries.
|Average main course||£10.00 per diner|
|Average food spend||£25.00 per diner|
Venue Details & Map
15 Upper Cheapside PassageLondonEC2V 6AG
- +44 20 3058 0875
Top 5 reviews of Pho
Service was actually rather quick, even though it was a busy weekday lunchtime in St Paul's. We had to sit outside where it felt a bit more exposed, the interior of the shopping centre is quite close to the outside temp, so not super ideal when it was chilly.
Had chicken noodles and pork balls. Noodles were great, pork balls were a bit dry, used the sauce to drown them in a bit. more
BEWARE! Credit card fraud.
We ate here during our London vacation in early August. When the bill arrived, I paid with my credit card and got a payment confirmation on my phone in my credit card provider's app. However, the waiter claimed that he had cancelled the transaction by mistake, so I would have to pay again. He handed me a cancellation receipt as proof that "the money would be... more
I ordered vermicelli noodles in crab broth with steak & tofu and also added on the beef meatballs. The brisket was tender and the meatballs juicy. Unlike other reviewers I actually liked the broth but I spiced it up quite a bit to my liking. I wasn't too keen on the bread they put in the soup but everything had great flavors and the toppings were very fresh.
I'd certainly come back here next... more
One of a number of dependable chains in this shopping centre, and like all the others is also packed with city-worker hordes come lunchtime! A colleague and I popped over for lunch yesterday and at 12.10pm we'd just missed the chance to sit at the normal restaurant tables at the back and instead took higher seats at the long communal raised tables.
The food was tasty enough and the... more
I have recently fallen in love with vietnamese pho. When I have first eaten pho at Pho, I thought it was spectacular...but now I am realising it is not the best pho I've had.
I ordered the Pho Chin (Beef Brisket) and the fried veggie spring rolls on their weekend special. This location is very dead on the weekends. So you can get an appetiser + main OR main + dessert for about £10.