Arriving by public bus: #48/61/106/970/NR8( Bus stop number 11419- Holland Village Station) Arriving by Train: Holland Village MRT Station Exit A Nearest Carpark: Warna Road Off Street - W0055 continue reading
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Pho Hoa Noodle Soup restaurants specialize in naturally flavored and healthy soups. Each bowl of soup is carefully prepared with a variety of meat toppings and accompanied with fresh coriander leaves, bean sprouts, hot chili peppers, lemon wedges and basil leaves. continue reading
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Level4 2016-02-18
The casual Vietnamese diner passes muster, but barely, and their price points are probably a huge factor in their staying power.A word to the wise: bring lots of deodorant; Pho Hoa's poorly ventilated so fully expect to walk out reeking of the day-old frying oil and a mish-mash of bone stock. The Cha Gio ($6) was decent flavour-wise, but seemed more like the usual Chinese spring rolls than a Vietnamese rice-paper wrap. The Bun Ga Nuong ($13.95), a massive bowl of fresh vegetables and grilled chicken, sauced up with a salty dip, made for quite the refreshing salad. The Pho Tai Bo Vien ($12.95), a hefty stock that was laden with MSG, was topped with juicy striploin and meatballs. The Pho Ga ($11.95), a clear chicken-based noodle soup, was lighter than I'd expected, but still reeked of artificial MSG. continue reading
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Level4 2015-11-29
For more food reviews, visit www.umakemehungry.comAfter Searching for Pho a while, it was such coincidental that my friend suggested that we go back to our favourite Vietnamese Cuisine Place at Pho Hoa in Holland Village. I started eating Pho many years back and came to know of such cuisine. Having tasted Pho in Vietnam and Singapore, the taste that got my most votes over all the years would be Pho Hoa.Interior still remain the same after all these years with happy faces painted at the side of the walls, featuring families as well as children dining.I can never forget the taste of Goi Cuon (Summer Roll) from Pho Hoa. Till today, I still think that they served the best Summer Roll out of so many places I went.Shrimps, chicken, salad and rice vermicelli was well wrapped by the translucent moist rice paper. The hit of the dish is none other that the sweet peanut paste. That's an addiction.Squid Pancakes were on its promotion list and new on its menu. Deeply fried to its tempting brown color with sesame seeds all clinging onto it, these 4 pieces of pancakes were great. The meat was bouncy and chewy. It reminds me of our Fish You Tiao. If you like Fish You Tiao, you won't mind having their squid pancakes.Some of the restaurants have the sweet basil leaves and beansprouts all placed on top of your bowl of pho but in Pho Hoa, they have a practise to keep it separated. This is good as it gives customer a choice a add-on according to their preference. Two kinds of chillis were also provided and personally, I'm hooked to the sweet chilli in a dull red color. The chilli padi that looks fiery hot is really spicy. However, they served us at best when we dabbed a tender slice of beef onto it.Come in two sizes, Regular or Large at a difference of $2 per bowl. Pho Chin Nac (Brisket Pho) is my all time favourite order from Pho Hoa. Beef slices were lean cut and tender, slightly cooked by the boiling broth to the perfect timing.Broth is light and hearty with yellow onions and spring onions input. Additional toppings like beansprouts, sweet basils leaves and lime can be added base on your preference of taste.If you are going for steak and meat balls, do try out their Pho Tai, Bo Vien. Comparing to the briskets, the steak is a little thicker but still having the good taste. As for their meat balls, its kind of off the shelves, quite ordinary.Another addition into their new menu will be Beef Pho in the dry version. It is the opposite version of Steak & Meat Ball just that its in a dry version. This recommendation is not bad either.The sweet sauce with peanuts toppings, fried onions and spring onions made the dish special. Not forgetting the bowl of soup that comes in the set, its has a better infused taste of the beef.The closest Vietnamese Cuisine that I will recommend in the West is perhaps Pho Hoa which carries a healthier and natural flavoured soup. continue reading
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Level3 2013-08-21
A dinner date decided before 5 mins I knocked off from work, to ease both of us, I choose Holland Village and think we just find anything there. At first, we were thinking of having steamboat but looked at the queue, we decided to go for alternative. My friend then suggested, let's go for Vietnamese food. The only restaurant with Vietnamese cuisines at Holland Village, I only know Pho Hoa.Goi Cuon(Single $4.25++, Pair $7.95++) - Rolled in Vietnamese rice roll with shrimps, chicken, salad and Vietnamese Vermicelli. Tasted good but I feel expensive with a spring roll for $4.25++.I got P3 - Steak, Brisket pho($12.95++). I got the regular pho and like the broth, tasted good for me. The steak and brisket just nice and soft. You should try the chili, it is nice too. I forgot to take the picture of the raw vegetables that used to go with the pho. Mostly is bean sprout and another unknow vegetables. Some restaurant will provide mint too but usually I won't add to my pho. There is lime which goes well with pho. http://rainfooddiary.blogspot.sg/2013/07/pho-hoa.html continue reading
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