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Love Pho Vietnamese Cuisine

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by Natasha Stewart (subscribe)
Food and words.
Published June 15th 2011
Do you love pho? How about banh mi, or cold rolls? They sure do at Love Pho Vietnamese Cuisine in the Myer Centre Food Court, and you probably will to if you give them a visit.



If you're a little bit lost at the moment, you might not know too much about Vietnamese food. Here is a little run down. Pho is Vietnamese noodle soup, a hearty broth with greens, meat and spiced up with some chilli and fish sauce. Cold rolls are noodles and veggies and meat wrapped in rice paper, basically a cold, uncooked spring roll. Banh mi is Love Pho's specialty, a Vietnamese bread roll stuffed with carrot, cucumber, coriander, chilli, and the meat of your choice, spread with mayonnaise and pâté. There is obviously loads of other foods in Vietnamese cuisine, but these will get you started.

You can choose between barbeque or crispy pork, chicken, or a combination of the two. crispy pork and the chicken will give you a bit of a crunch, but the barbeque pork will give a burst of flavour. Sometimes they are a little sparse with the coriander, so if you're a fan make sure you ask for extra, they're always happy to oblige. It a great combination of a fresh healthy bite with the full flavour of the meat and sauces.

Barbeque Pork Banh Mi


So if your only choices are a fatty hamburger or a greasy pie, try and banh mi and it could be a welcome alternative. As well as the banh mi, pho and cold rolls you can also find a selection of asian food to enjoy. Try them out next time you're in the Mall.
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Why? To enjoy a tasty and fresh Vietnamese specialty
When: Open Daily
Where: Myer Centre Food Court, Rundle Mall
Cost: $5.50 for a Banh Mi
Comments
Will have to try a bowl of their pho next time I'm in the city
By moana0 - reader
Thursday, 16th of June @ 10:10 pm
Even though this is in a food hall, I agree that it's probably the best pho in Adelaide- the vegetable and noodles are so crisp and fresh. There is always a queue of Vietnamese people too, which is a good sign of the authenticity.
By Justine Kelly - senior reviewer
Tuesday, 2nd of August @ 03:32 pm
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