Pho' Saigon

National Highway, Puerto Princesa, Palawan

Pho' Saigon
4.5 Stars

3 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 2
  • 4 stars 1
  • 3 stars 0
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 3 Reviews
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  • 3 Reviewers

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Brian Joseph A.
4.0 Stars

I find it odd to eat a Phnom Penh Noodles and French bread in a Vietnamese Restaurant.. 128514

For the Phnom Penh Noodles, the broth was not salty. As in you'll never taste any saltiness in it but it is tasty because of the seafoods and pork. It's still ok for me as I don't like too salty, spicy, oily and fatty food.

For the French Bread with beef stew, is was good! Broth was tasty. Beef chunks were tender. Bread was freshly baked. 9786

I ate with a friend and total bill is only 295 and we were full already.

I would like to say that Pho' Saigon is better than Bona's Chao Long 978697869786

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Ana S.
5.0 Stars

Talk about the best place to unwind, grab a brewskie with friends and seek solace in chao long and those French breads stuffed with beef or whatever you prefer. So yummy!

I don't need to talk about affordability because the other reviews have harped on that. The place is unpretentious and totally chill. :)

It was quiet enough for old friends to catch up on funny jokes and (mis)adventures. Had a grand time with old friends after the first day of workshop with some youth leaders.

Dessert is pleasant and light (try the sapin-sapin Vietnamese style).

And they are more than willing to give you extra soup if you want some! Service is good but not fastfood fast... Gives time for people to talk a bit. Not too long a wait though...

Will definitely come back for the chao long and the salads...

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Ken P.
5.0 Stars

We originally wanted to go to Puerto Princesa's Vietnamese Village to sample authentic Vietnamese cuisine but a lot of locals recommended us to go this place instead. Best fresh shrimp roll ever! I enjoyed their beef noodle soup too. But what I love most about this place is that everything is very affordable (not over Php100 per main dish). They serve rice combos too!

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