Melbourne Restaurants

I Love Pho 264

  • 264 Victoria St. Map It
  • Richmond
  • Vietnamese

Published 05/21/2015

Fodor's Review

Tucking into a steaming bowl of phŏ (traditional noodle soup) at this Victoria Street restaurant is like channeling the backstreets of Hanoi and Saigon. While they also serve crunchy, deep-fried spring rolls and flavour-packed ricepaper rolls, the mainstay of the menu (a blackboard on the wall) is various combinations of bò (beef) and gà (chicken) with noodles in aromatic stock. Each order comes with a piled plate of Vietnamese mint, bean shoots and lemon wedges, and there are bottles of chilli paste and fish sauce on every mock-marble plastic table. This restaurant is crowded with Vietnamese and other phŏ lovers on weekends so you often have to queue on the footpath, but turnover is fast so its never long before you are seated and eating some of Melbourne's best—and cheapest—food.

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264 Victoria St., Melbourne, Victoria, 3121, Australia

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Published 05/21/2015


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