Wednesday, November 7, 2012
Just check out the crowd here! Those people were eating, sniffling, and enjoying the warm soup and its chilliness.
Che ba mau $5.00
It has always been my favourite drink to go with the Pho, just because it's so refreshing. Each layer has different textures and tastes, mixed along with the sweetness of coconut flavour. Some are chewy and slippery, while the others are soggy. The 3 layers of colours form a pleasant visual presentation.
Here's the typical bean sprout plate, time to grab a handful and put into the Pho!
Chin $12.00(medium), or $13.00(large)
oh this is how we started...
1: The plain pho with floating vegetables and clear soup, and the meat hiding underneath waiting to be found.
2. A sprinkle of fresh chilli instantly added colours to the bowl, now it's starting to look like flower and leaves.
3. The ultimate weapon of chilli sauce, we added a little bit to start off (thank god it was only a little bit) and this is when the excitement begins.
4. Then we added all the bean sprouts and mix mix MIX! We digged hard and let all the beef flip out, and this would be the time to start drooling, alot.
Any thoughts afterward? I think it was totally mouthwatering!
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