Cuisine: Vietnamese, Diner, Fastfood, breakfast, Lunch
Many people hold firm to the belief that Pho is truly Vietnamese national dish. Despite the fact that Pho restaurants are rather scantier in Phu Quoc Island, Pho Sai Gon eatery in the 30/04 Street of Duong Dong town is really worth a try especially for those who do not have a chance to taste Vietnam authentic Pho in the mainland.
It is a three storey building with spacious rooms both downstairs and upstairs and may hold a capacity of more than one hundred customers during peak hours. Also, cleanliness and airiness are likely to be your very first impression. The restaurant offer various kinds of Pho made from beef such as rare, well-done, lean flank, fatty flank, tendon, meatballs and beef stew. Whatever you like, it will reflect the quintessence of Vietnam culinary which is the harmonious mixture of rice derivative, sweet sauce and aromatic vegetable. You just hardly resist a hot bowl of Pho with soft flexible rice noodle, tender sweet beef, salty and sweetened broth made with bones and spices. Besides, the professional service and reasonable price are two other striking reasons why Pho Sai Gon can gain great reputation among both domestic and international tourists. The eatery opens every day, serving breakfast and dinner.