Pho Street, a quick-service restaurant chain in Singapore that offers a taste of authentic Vietnamese cuisine, is launching its very first Pho Day on 28th February 2019, to reinforce and celebrate the goodness in quality and taste of its best-selling beef pho.
Pho Street’s beef pho combines pho rice noodles imported from Vietnam, hand-made beef balls, a flavourful 8-hour broth made by simmering beef bones with 10 varieties of herbs and spices – finished with a drizzle of special blend beef oil.
Crowd favourite noodle selections on the menu include Pho Street’s signature Pho Beef Combination ($9.90++) which features handmade beef balls, beef slices, shank, tendons and tripe, as well as Dry Rice Vermicelli ($8.90++) with fragrant grilled pork belly/pork chop, crispy spring rolls, and crunchy pickled veggies tossed in a sweet and tangy sauce.
To complete the ultimate Vietnamese dining experience, tuck into popular street snacks such as Fresh Summer Rolls with Prawn, Pork Belly & Fresh Herbs ($4.90++) and Hue Prawn Sugarcane Skewers ($4.90++). For the ones who are spoilt for choice, Vietnamese Snack Platter ($8.90++) comes with crispy fried pork rolls, roasted chicken skewers and Vietnamese prawn cakes.
Special Offer on Pho Day Only!
In celebration of Pho Day, for one day only on 28th February 2019, a full-sized bowl of Pho Street’s signature Pho Beef Combination will be sold at an unprecedented S$0.60 from 11.30am to 1.30pm at all their outlets islandwide, except Changi Airport T2 and T4.
For the rest of the day from 1.30pm to closing time, all customers will get S$0.60 off when they order the signature Pho Beef Combination (U.P. S$9.90++). Each customer is entitled to one bowl per transaction or in one meal seating.
Formed in December 2013, Pho Street has now grown to a total of 10 outlets in Singapore and 14 outlets in Malaysia and Indonesia. As a purveyor of authentic Vietnamese pho and street delights, Pho Street strives to make these iconic Vietnamese flavours affordable and accessible to people from all walks of life.
The brand focuses on bringing the true taste of the Land of the Ascending Dragon through meticulous recipe curation and a little bit of yêu (pronounced “you” – “love” in Vietnamese).