Pho, a Vietnamese restaurant in the Corn Exchange, Manchester, was the first Vietnamese restaurant in London and has grown to have restaurants in every major city over the past 12 years.
The Manchester branch is situated in prime location for a top day out, near the Manchester Arena, the Royal Exchange, and the Arndale shopping centre. It boasts three floors as well as outside dining.
Inspired by the owners’ trip to Vietnam, where they fell in love with the Vietnamese speciality, Pho, Stephan and Juliette pride themselves on their family run business and authentic menu.
Pho consists of a rice noodle soup with your own choice of meat, fish, herbs and spices, and sauce. It is also low in fats, saturated fats, and is packed with vitamins and minerals.
Stylists have called Pho one of the UK’s best gluten free restaurants, and The Huffington Post have supported the nutritional value of the menu.
The menu is not as exclusive as the name may suggest, with desserts, sides, rice cocktails and various other treats – this Mother’s Day, Pho are offering bottomless prosecco to the Mums of Manchester.
They also change up their menu twice a year over summer and after Christmas, offering a change from the usual repetitiveness.
Pho contributes a portion of their profits to a charity called Facing the World, which performs lifesaving surgery on the world’s most disadvantaged children. The owners of Pho are proud to support the organisation’s work in Vietnam.
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