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10 Best Vietnamese Pho Restaurants in Singapore Worth Queuing for

Looking for the best pho Singapore has to offer to satisfy your craving for good Vietnamese beef noodle and that soupy taste? Then you’ve gotta check out the list of pho eateries below.

So Pho

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This Vietnamese franchise is very popular in Singapore with over 15 branches that extend well into the heartlands of Singapore. Besides an outlet in Orchard, you can find their outlets in Yishun, Woodlands and Serangoon. There is now one at Jewel at the airport. Their pho noodles are served in bowls of good hot broth. Plus, they also have sliced beef, bean sprouts, a slice of lime and fresh red chilli and all these ingredients balance out the texture and flavour in the soup dish.

Long Phung

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This is the apple of the eye at Joo Chiat, where the Vietnamese community thrives well. You can try the pho nam and the pho tai dishes for good old Vietnamese pho to savour well. With one of the best Vietnamese food in Singapore, read more about it.

Mrs Pho

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Mrs Pho was started by a Vietnamese refugee living in Australia formerly. The founder, Hoang Ha, wants to carry on the legacy of the Vietnamese comfort food made by his mother over the years. He preserved the traditional Vietnamese recipes and showcase them along Beach Road. Using only the common Vietnamese ingredients like beef and herbs, Hoang Ha creates pho as the main signature dish of the restaurant. The pho bo dac diet has a good combo of beef flank, balls, brisket and tripe with fresh bean sprouts and onion cooked in good tasty beef broth.

Pho 99 Vietnamese Delight

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Among the vibrant dining scene at Telok Ayer comes this Vietnamese eatery called Pho 99 which draws massive crowds on weekdays, especially during working days from the office crowd eaters. Though this cafe contains a tiny menu of dishes which are easily countable, it does offer hearty huge portions of dishes. The pho is the star dish with beef slices and balls served in generous portions. It comes with rich fresh garnishes of ingredients like the basil, beansprouts, mint and cilantro.

Pho Street

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The pho dish stands out among the rest with quality pho beef that makes a good combination of the 5 types of beef – slices, tendon, shank, tripe and meatballs. Pho Street also has good beverages and desserts to satiate your sweet tooth desire. Read more about this.

Little Saigon

Saigon was the former name for Ho Chi Minh and you can expect to get that city’s version of pho from this restaurant. With great tasty broth, tender beef slices, spices like cinnamon and rice noodles, you get indulged in the fantastic flavours of the pho. The noodle soup is the kind you cannot fine elsewhere in this island.

Moc Quan

The pho served in Moc Quan is tantalising with richness in flavours of the broth. The recipes made in this pho have been made good after 3 years of intense studying from the street hawkers in Ho Chi Minh city. Ingredients used in this dish are flown in from Vietnam every week and for the location at Novena, this dish bowl is rationally priced.

NamNam Noodle Bar

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Are you feeling weary of the typical regular beef pho and want to try some pho that is more decadent? Do you want to have meat free in your pho in case you are a vegetarian or a veggie lover? NamNam Noodle Bar serves a good Vietnamese meat free pho using a vegetarian broth and Impossible Meat, which is a plant based meat in Singapore. Read more about this restaurant.

Que

Que is that Vietnamese eatery that gives piping hot pho bowl that consists of herbal beef broth filling the rice noodles and beef slices. And the best part is that this is a hawker stall at Toa Payoh that serves iconic authentic Vietnamese cuisine – that is rare for a hawker to dish out Vietnamese cuisine in Singapore.

The Beef Pho may seem pricey initially but it comes with a price that is value for money with generous portions of beef slices, rice noodles, spring onions, white onion and a beef ball. They are served with black soy sauce, Vietnamese chilli sauce and fish sauce. Also, the broth is made using chicken bones instead of beef bones and this makes it even more unique!

Fat Saigon Boy

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With roots from Australia, Fat Saigon Boy restaurant is not your usual Vietnamese food joint. There are the Da Lat Duck Pho and the Beef Eater Pho among good pho dishes you can consider from the menu.

Have you tried any of the Vietnamese pho establishments listed above? What do you think of their food quality, ambience and customer service? Or do your choices differ from ours? 

Whatever your thoughts are on our list of the best pho Singapore has to offer, let us know what you think and comment below!

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