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Vietnamese restaurant So Pho of the Katrina Team has opened its 18th outlet at Marina Bay Sands (MBS). As its name suggests, So Pho’s menu has commonly provided a variety of pho, or Vietnamese rice noodles in soup. The restaurant has actually now expanded its food selection to introduce over 20 meals unique to this electrical outlet.
Offered the minimal economical options at MBS, the presence of So Pho– among only two halal-certified restaurants in the shopping mall– is quite welcome right here. It will definitely also accommodate the requirements of international delegates when big conventions are held (once again).
So Pho’s most recent electrical outlet at Marina Bay Sands. Picture © Fen Chia I got addicted beforehand the homemade Vietnamese-style spicy-sour environment-friendly chilli sauce that went along with the equally-addictive appetisers of Vietnamese Spiced Battered Squid(S$ 12.80)and also Crispy Fried Fresh Oyster(S$ 11.8). These are gently battered, fun-to-eat finger foods that started our dish. The chilli sauce, as I delight in to keep in mind, is a staple that chooses several various other products on the food selection.
Vietnamese Spiced Battered Squid, with the addictive chilli sauce behind-the-scenes.
Image © Fen Chia Crispy Fried Fresh Oyster. Picture © Fen Chia Pho has to live up to its name; there was no means we would eat below without attempting a noodle recipe. The brand-new pho I pursued the first time was a favorite thing of the meal for numerous at our table. The Vermicelli Noodle Soup with Stuffed Hokkaido Squid (S$ 12.50)features large squid rings packed with minced hen in a delicate and also light broth, as a choice to the common beef pho, which is used in a number of variations. Beansprouts and also the ubiquitously Vietnamese calamansi lime are served on the site, with the last including an enjoyable citrusy kick to the soup.
Vermicelli Noodle Soup with Stuffed Fresh Hokkaido Squid is a great alternate to beef-based pho. Image © Fen Chia My other favourite was the Egg Fried Rice with Costs Marbled Beef( S$ 19.50), including completely done slices of tender Australian striploin, of which the quality and marbling elevated this modest meal significantly.
Tender striploin pieces in the Egg Fried Rice with Premium Marbled Beef. Picture © Fen Chia We additionally attempted group pleasers like the Crispy Vermicelli & Fresh King Prawns with Superior Stock Sauce (S$ 16.50)and also Vietnamese Spicy Braised Poultry( S$ 13.50 ), which are most likely more local in flavour. The former would fit in a classic Chinese banquet while the latter reminds one of Thai eco-friendly curry– a similarly abundant gravy that complements rice. As the vermicelli was portioned out for us, I forgot to remind the server not to throw out the prawn heads– perhaps the most effective part of a recipe where the large prawns are meant to be the highlight!
Crispy Vermicelli & Fresh King Prawns with Superior Supply Sauce. Image © Fen
Chia Vietnamese Spicy Braised Hen. Image © Fen Chia I was looking forward to the treat and coffee, as I do value the strong fragrant mixture that Vietnam is understood for. The Black Glutinous Rice with Banana and also Ice Cream(S$ 7.50), is a familiar dessert I’ve tried at other So Pho electrical outlets. I like it for the contrast in temperature levels– warm sticky rice offered with the chilly ice cream– and also the richness of the coconut milk on top. What’s brand-new at this outlet is the addition of caramelised crispy banana.
Black Glutinous Rice w Banana & Gelato. Photo © Fen Chia I was thrilled about the Vietnamese Egg Coffee (S$ 6.50 )since it is particularly difficult to locate it in Singapore. So Pho does use a credibly authentic version of this nutritious cup of joe enhanced by whisked egg and compressed milk. I had intoxicated several rounds of it in Hanoi, where this coffee has advanced to be popular. This is an abundant, wonderful reward that can increase up as a morning meal replacement, however it is probably too much of a good thing for every coffee break if you’re the type who needs several shots of caffeine a day. Nonetheless, at the very least I currently understand where to obtain my repair in your area. You can also try the Vietnamese Coconut Coffee (S$ 6.50) (while counting your calories from coffee alone!) as well as the vast array of cold beverages and also teas.
Vietnamese Egg Coffee– ultimately a respectable one in Singapore! Photo © Fen Chia The Lychee Aloe Vera Wolfberry Eco-friendly Tea(S$ 4.80), among several iced-drink choices. Image © Fen Chia
It’s so far, so good for So Pho as the dishes are well-executed, constant with my experiences at its various other outlets, and use an excellent halal choice. Now all it requires is for MEGABYTES to begin hosting convention events and for visitors, both local and also international alike, to throng our bayfront shoppes once more.
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# 01-03/04 The Shoppes, Marina Bay Sands
Singapore 018 972
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm (last order at 9.30 pm)