Had dinner here before the Midnight Oil concert at the WEC. Ticked all the boxes and we will be back.
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Decided to try pho when it was the only very busy place on the nearby strip. A little confused with menu as it did not seem to be familiar Vietnamese. So we asked what was popular just as well, we had the most amazing deep...More
My wife and I went for lunch today and even looking at the menu and staff it's clearly NOT any form of Vietnamese restaurant-it's Chinese. The waitress didn't have a clue about the order and repeatedly asked what we wanted even as I pointed to...More
Since moving into the city two years ago it has been a real pleasure to seek out good food outlets in this burgeoning city. Pho is a favourite of ours, authentic and very nourishing Asian cuisine. Owners and family in the floor and in the...More
I think the place must have changed owners. The restaurant is called 'Pho' - i ordered Pho. the waitress said, 'I am new. can you show me on the menu'. When the beef Pho came it was like a 'ph'ishing expedition finding any beef -...More
I had an anaphylactic reaction to a dish that I was told did not contain peanuts. Anaphylaxis is a very serious, life threatening condition. A person should not need to pull out their adrenalin medication to show how serious their allergy is. If you are...More
Order the hot and sour soup as a large bowel. Not as thick consistency as is found in most Chinese restaurants, but lovely balanced flavours and great value at $9.80. Seafood with tofu and vegetables (includes fungus) hot pot comes in a lovely wholesome soup....More
Hearty servings and well prepared food at an affordable price. Great place to head to after a long day at work. Very simple, clean, seating for about 25. BYOB.
Now here's a novelty, real Asian food in an Australian Asian restaurant. Great value for money and authentic food - don't miss out on the handmade noodles. The service is friendly and helpful and the kitchen cranks out the true tastes of Asia. What a...More