I will love you #PHOever.
Pho is a Vietnamese noodle soup consisting of savory stock, boiled beef or chicken, rice noodles, and herbs. It’s a hearty and healthy dish that you’d see being served in the humble corners of every street in Hanoi. What we love the most about it is that it’s nutritious, delicious, and so filling, and we’re crazy pho this dish!
Thanks to these restaurants, you no longer need to go all the way to Vietnam to have a taste of authentic pho. Be sure to add these spots to your ‘MUST-TRY‘ lists on the Booky app so you never miss any restaurants near you.
Viet Asia – BF Homes
Viet Asia brings you a simple and satisfying taste of Vietnam. They let you experience the unique taste of Vietnamese cuisine without traveling too far away from home.
Bawai’s – various branches
Bawai’s Vietnamese Kitchen offers the usual Vietnamese favorites made from the freshest ingredients. They have spring rolls, pho, banh mi, and more.
Tra Vinh – various branches
Founder Mr. Van Chien Ho opened the first Tra Vinh restaurant in Australia 20 years ago. His award-winning franchise now serves several cities spread across the Land Down Under.
Phat Buddha – White Plains
You can now enjoy Chinese and Vietnamese dishes at Phat Buddha. They serve a variety of dishes like beef hot pot, green orange chicken, Buddha bowls, banh mi, and more, all in a garden-type setting.
Banh Pho – Sucat Road
Serving authentic Vietnamese cuisine in the South, Banh Pho is a quaint restaurant tucked along Sucat Road that has fresh pho, Vietnamese rice dishes, and both fresh and fried spring rolls.
G/F Park and Shop Center, St. Rita Village, Dr. A. Santos Avenue, BF Homes, Parañaque
Pho Hoa – various branches
Pho Hoa is one of the first Vietnamese restaurants to open here in Manila. It serves good and hearty pho, vermicelli bowl, banh mi, Vietnamese coffee, and more.
Vietnomnom – Maginhawa
Vietnomnom is a Vietnamese restaurant along Maginhawa that serves traditional and authentic dishes such as com tam, spring rolls, banh mi, and pho.
1E G/F 189 Maginhawa St, Diliman, Quezon City
Phat Pho – Rockwell, Makati
Phat Pho is a modern, street style Vietnamese restaurant that started in Cebu. Its menu offers no frills Vietnamese food that’s made from all-natural ingredients–no powdered additives here!
BonBanhmi – various branches
Bon Banhmi is all about the traditional Vietnamese sandwich. However, their first hole-in-the-wall joint in Makati also serves other traditional dishes like pho, spring rolls, and more.
Zao Vietnamese Bistro – various branches
Zao offers your usual Vietnamese pho that comes in different flavors: seafood, chicken, meatball, vegetable, and even tenderloin variants. For big groups, you can opt for their grilled meat platter.
Viet Taste – Kapitolyo
Viet Taste is a humble food stall that serves affordable and authentic Vietnamese cuisine. Currently, You can find them at Madison Commons.
Madison Commons Food Park, #1 Brixton St., Kapitolyo, Pasig
Old Quarter – Lilac St.
This quaint Vietnamese joint in Marikina claims to have the “realest” pho and banhmi in the area. They are open until late so you can get your Viet coffee and pho fix during the wee hours of the night.
Ba Noi – various branches
Ba Noi’s is one of the original go-to restaurants in Kapitolyo. Aside from your usual Vietnamese menu, Ba Noi also offers iced blended coffee concoctions tha come in different flavors: caramel, mocha, and white mocha.
Ca Phe Saigon – various branches
The Vietnamese restaurant scene is starting to make an impression in Marikina as Ca Phe Saigon offers bang for your buck authentic Vietnamese food.
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