I was craving for Vietnamese dry mix noodles with lots of shallots and sweetish soy sauce. So, I got the boys to agree to go to Pho Lan for lunch. However, I’m not sure if Pho Lan has that dish or not. Anyone has suggestion of where can I this the dish?
Anyway, when we arrived at Pho Lan’s parking lot, it was full. So, we tried to park at the Richmond Center parking lot and walk over. Just becareful not to be caught doing that. Unfortunately, the parking lot is full too despite it’s size. So, I have no choice to find another Vietnamese restaurant.
Since I have some errand to run at the Real Canadian Superstore, I suggested to go to Pho 78 which we have never try before. Pho 78 took over the location of May Vietnamese Cuisine last year.
Pho 78 Vietnamese has simple but elegant decoration.
Chinese tea is served like most Vietnamese restaurants.
The prices are very reasonable. Small noodle soup is $6.25 while the large bowl is $6.95. You can click on the menu to have a larger view.
Arkensen ordered the brisket, flank, tendon, fatty flank, tripe with rice noodles. The soup is served piping hot which is a good thing. The large bowl is … Continue reading