Wednesday, 7 December 2011

Pho Hoa Pasteur, Saigon

Today we had an early lunch at a Vietnamese noodle restaurant which is very famous throughout Saigon (and beyond) called Pho Hoa Pasteur, (it is situated on Pasteur Street). Along with the familiar bowls of fresh broth with noodles and meat the tables were laid out with bananas, extra fresh herbs, big piles of pre-cut limes and strange looking 'puffy' fried bread. The noodles were fantastic, the broth light and tasty, and we shared some of the bread to dip into our bowls. The restaurant, which was extremely busy while we were there, is a must for anyone visiting Saigon

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