Mrs Pho

Row 1

349 Beach Road
Singapore, 199570
+65 6292 0018
$ $
Mon–Sun: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Pho is good as that's the name of the shop. Always try the fried meatballs as appetizers and their fresh spring rolls are to die for.
  • Nice place with an old school kinda ambience. We enjoyed our beef pho; soup was flavorful and price per pax was relatively cheap too.
  • Love. Mrs Pho can be my mom
  • Vietnamese coffee - hint of roasted goodness sans the sour aftertaste. Tasty beef pho, esp the soup; beef is a tad tough. The oil + gravy of the fried cockles goes great with rice. Beats namnam
  • Get the stir-fried cockles, get a pho, put the lard bits from the cockles in the pho - instant WIN!
  • Saigon salted lemonade, special combination beef pho and pork spring roll - all good!
  • Exceptional. Best Vietnamese food ever. Fresh ingredients. Delicious. Highly recommend!
  • Authentic pho, great meatballs, and nice ambience.
  • Pho and the pork chop dry beehoon
  • An awesome Vietnamese restaurant basically across the street from your hotel.
  • Lamingtons here I am!
  • Authentic vietnamese pho with superb taste of dripping coffee.
  • Go early. When they run out of stuff it's all over. They only had one of six kinds of pho left! Fried spring roll appetizer was out of this world
  • Pho, fried spring rolls, coconut smoothie
  • The spring rolls, fried noodles beef lemongrass
  • The menu offers a great choice of dishes. Nicely decorated and brings cozy atmosphere to customers. Portion of noodles and some others can be a bit smaller than expected compared to the prices we pay.
  • The Pho Dac Biet (special beef combo) is actually a sliced beef and brisket noodle with an egg.
  • Don't believe Yelp reviews -- Californian pho is not better than this! What Californian pho place also gives you a range of great cha, nem nuong (ham and meatballs), and coconut milkshake?! Way better
  • Even thought it's a pho store, must try their meatballs, rice with pork chop and spring rolls
  • Had a pho bo dac biet and thoroughly enjoyed it. Spring rolls (goi cuon) also nice. My dining company was enthusiastic about the bun thit nuong cha gio. Only downside was slightly flaky service.