"Pho Hoa - Vietnamese Noodle Restaurant" Top 5 Page for this destination Pho Hoa Korea Tip by Ewingjr98

Pho Hoa Korea, Seoul: 1 reviews and 0 photos

Pho Hoa is a Vietnamese restaurant that serves "pho" or Vietnamese noodles. They have several varieties of pho with steak, brisket, tendon (don't ask me), and various other parts of the cow. We also had Vietnamese spring rolls, which really weren't like the spring rolls I had in Vietnam, since they were not fried. The pho comes in generous portions, especially if you order the large bowl, but it is expensive at about 7,500 Won for a small and around 9,000 Won for a large bowl. Though not 100% identical to the meals I had in Vietnam, it was tasty and a nice change from Korean food. By the way, a large bowl of pho in Vietnam was only about US$0.50...

Address: 1451-95 Seocho-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul
Price Comparison: about average
Directions: Pho Hoa is located in Jongno-gu (Central Seoul) just south of Tapgol Park and Insadong across from the Cinecore Movie Theater. The closest subway station is Jonggak Station.
Phone: +82 2-582-5507
Price: less than US$10
Rating: 4
Theme: Pan-Asian and Pacific Rim
Website: http://www.phohoakorea.com/main/main.asp

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Jun 27, 2004
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