Pho Hoa has been around for quite sometime and recently it opened a new branch at Suntec. So how did the food fare?
I did not take not of the exact price. For appetizers/starters, it's about $4-$8. For noodles, it ranged from $12-$20plus depending on the choice of your beef (they have loin, flank and other different parts).
We ordered 3 types of starters. Fried Roll, Sugarcane Prawn and Scallop Roll. It's an alternative to the traditional type of Vietnamese Spring Roll if you don't really fancy Basil leaf. I felt that the dishes were pretty average. If you would ask me to pick one, I would probably choose scallop roll as I prefer the kind of crust it has.
|Fried Vietnamese Roll|
Pho would be served with a plate of taugays (beansprouts) , basil leaf, lime and chili. You can add them based on your preference.
|Side condiments that come with Pho|
|Pho with beefballs, flank and beef slices|
Overall, I think Pho Hoa serves comfort Vietnamese Pho, but there is nothing too extraordinary about it. The price is a bit steep compared to other Vietnamese places, probably also due to its location.
Overall Rating: 7/10