Authentic Vietnamese cuisine comes to life in London at Pho Saigon. Curious diners are sure to be rewarded by the culinary delights found within, with variety and taste in abundance at this charming Vietnamese restaurant.
Enjoy one of the many starters like the exquisite Tom Butterfly Chien Gion Friend Buttery Prawns that come perfectly seasoned with salt and pepper and chilli sauce for dipping. Other choices include the traditional Goi Cuons, fresh rice paper rolls that come filled with either prawn, vegetables or pork and prawn and the tasty Ga Nuong Grilled Quail that will whet the appetite and get your stomach ready for more Vietnamese wonders.
The main courses are just as tantalising, including the noodle soup Pho dishes that are so delicious they merited the restaurant being named after them. The Pho Tai Chin is exceptionally enticing, combining both lean, rare beef and well done marbled beef mixed perfectly with the delicate Pho soup.
The lesser known Bun variety of the noodle soups are also delectable, being the spicier counter parts to the Pho dishes. If noodles aren’t quite captivating enough then the rice accompanied Com dishes are bound to be an alluring alternative, featuring such treats as the Com Ca Ri, a spicy Vietnamese available with either succulent beef or flavoursome chicken, and the Com Thit Nuong Grilled Pork Belly that features scrumptious belly pork that is accented by a mild fish sauce.
Pho Saigon’s subtle décor brings the beauty of Vietnamese artwork and style is reflected in the enchanting presentation of the food, each coming complete with flower shaped vegetables that immerses diners in the refined and gentle charms of Vietnamese culture.