It’s soup season, Brisbane, and in our humble opinion you can’t beat a steamy, spicy bowl of pho when you’re in need of some internal warming.
The Vietnamese fast food equivalent, pho’s like a big warm hug for your insides, cheap as chips, and socially acceptable to slurp—when we say we love pho, we’re pho-real.
We’re counting down 6 of the best bowls of pho in Brisbane.
Little Saigon Grill
Pho is Little Saigon Grill’s house specialty, which is saying something because this little Vietnamese wonderland does everything well. Silky fresh rice noodles in a beef broth with your choice of toppings: that’s lunch done.
A Brisbane Vietnamese institution, Trang dish up steamy bowls of pho to legions of hungry punters every night, so you know you can trust them with your soup.
Sunnybank | Shop 39, Market Square, 319 Mains Road
If you want a truly authentic bowl of pho, venture to little Asia (AKA Sunnybank), and drop by Pho Hung in the main market square.
Vietnam Corner BBQ Restaurant
Sunnybank | Sunnybank Plaza Shopping Centre
Another Sunnybank favourite, Vietnam Corner BBQ Restaurant is gloriously nondescript; grabbing a bowl of pho from Vietnam Corner BBQ Restaurant feels legit, and the authentic pho they’re dishing up is the real deal.
Café O Mai
Café O Mai’s pho menu is un-pho-gettable. Brewed for 48 hours, choose between a whole bunch of delicious pho options, including free-range chicken and Black Angus beef.
A Brisbane Vietnamese restaurant with a good dose of laid back appeal, Quan Thanh’s pho bowls are the stuff of Brisbane soup legend. Get you some.
AJ Noodle House
The bowls of steaming hot pho coming out of AJ Noodle House are fresh and tasty. Quick service and a no-nonsense fit out make for a cheap lunch or dinner option.
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