Pho N Roll
585 Little Collins St, CBD, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Ph: 03 9913 8808
This place is a fresh take on Vietnamese street food. The pricing is really economical and the staff is friendly. The food is really fresh but does not expect a very fancy high-end ambience. The place has Wi-Fi, separate smoking area, outdoor seating, and wheelchair accessible, home delivery option and serves alcohol too.
You may order the ‘combination’ pho and spring rolls. Pho: the combination pho has both beef and chicken. The pho is good in terms of taste with generous servings of meat; however, the condiments may seem skimpy. The bean sprouts are already put in the bowl of pho, and the chilly and lemon slices are put into a tea cup which is strange but different. The spring rolls don’t use traditional pastry as other places, but instead, rice paper is used. The spring rolls are very good in terms of taste and have a crispy skin. The spring rolls are also served with fish sauce as the dipping sauce and lettuce as a garnish.
Noodles are quite smooth. Chicken breast is very juicy and tender. The only downside is they don’t provide bean sprouts and basil leaf on the side and just put it in the soup for you. Price is reasonable, only $10 for a bowl.
The Bahn Mi is not very good, though, tastes more like a normal baguette / sandwich than a Vietnamese roll. Don’t miss to read the highlights of one of the Best Vietnamese Restaurants
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|Price||A$60 for two (approx.)