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My experience at Pho Stop (Vietnamese Cuisine)

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Hello hello! I was invited by Openrice and Pho Stop to attend a wonderful food tasting session with other bloggers a few weeks back. I was thrilled and excited because it was kinda like my "first" time having Vietnamese cuisine and I was looking forward, had to rush down from another event so I was a bit late! SOOO LET'S BEGIN SHALL WE?!

21 Tanjong Pagar Road
Singapore 088444
Mon: 11:30 am - 9:30 pm
Fri: 11:30 am - 9:30 pm
Sat: 11:30 am - 3:00 pm

Entrance of Pho Stop 

Their beverages menu on a clip board! 

Layout of the restaurant

Introducing the special menu, the other bloggers and I were having...

We were supposed to be making our very own DIY summer roll but unfortunately I was late so therefore I missed my chance making my very own roll. As you can see the required ingredients to make the perfect summer roll, you will need fresh ingredients like rice paper, prawns, chicken, cucumber etc. 

A summer roll made by my friend Herine! I think that her creation looks pretty good! 
Some bloggers told me that the rolls they made were extremely delicious, *all making me jealous lor*

alright! Second dish,
Price: $6.60 

Nothing beats but a nicely fried Vietnamese fishcake served with spicy chili sauce. Although $6.60 might be a little pricy but don't judge by only the looks, when you bite onto it, the juice of the fishcake just burst out and you makes you want to go for a second bite. Serves as a perfect side dish to add on to your main course. 

I rate this 8.5/10 

Moving on to 3rd dish,
Price: $5.00 

The texture of the spring rolls was fried perfectly and presented really well with vegetables and the sauce at the side. Btw, the spring roll is filled with meat and carrots. Overall, it was generally good and appeals to my likings!! It's definitely not the usual spring rolls you usually eat. Dipping the spring roll with the sauce given makes it taste even better.  It was not too oily/greasy thus I really like this dish! 

I rate this 7.8/10

4th dish (main course)
Price: $9.20 

If you are seeking for a more healthier option, this Vietnamese noodles would be the best option to go with. It is topped with hearty amount of pork chop, vegetables and bean sprouts. Super love the pork chop because it was very tender and easy to chew. Best of all, it's grilled and not fried. This bowl of noodles is not like any other ordinary ones with soya sauce or ketchup like we usually eat. When you eat it, it consist of mixed flavours/taste such as sweetness, sourness, spiciness and the strong aroma making it very special and unique, Therefore, I really like this dish and you should really try this! 

I rate this 9.5/10 

5th item! 
Price: $3.50 

Probably one of the coolest kopi (coffee) I've ever seen!! What makes this coffe so special is that the cup comes with a metal drip filter on top of the kopi that allows the coffee to drip through into the cup and when it's ready you can drink it anytime.I'm very satisfied with the flavour and the taste of the coffee because it was sweet and wasn't bitter at all. 

I will rate this 9/10!! *thumbs up* 

Lasssstly, Desserts! 
Price: $3.20 

Comes in 3 different flavours such as coconut, coffee and my favourite milk tea! Served in a mini jar capsule. Unfortunately, I decided to go with the coffee because I wanted something different. The coffee flavour was very rich and creamy and makes you wanna go for another spoon. Kinda regretted not trying the milk tea one! ._.

I am rating the coffee ice cream 7/10. 

- P H O T O S - T I M E -

A group photo with the entire bloggers that attended the event! 

With Bryan! The owner of Pho Stop!!! 

Overall, had an enjoyable experience at Pho Stop and I thank Openrice for inviting me to experience vietniamnese food the first time! I am definitely coming back for the milk tea ice cream next time!!!!



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