Pho Ha, Saigon - review by Rusty Compass
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Pho Ha, Saigon

| 30 Apr 2016
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Pho Ha, Saigon
31 Hai Trieu St, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City - opposite Bitexco Tower
5pm till morning
Our rating
30 Apr 2016

This little late night-night pho spot is a bit of a Saigon institution. Before the arrival of Bitexco tower across the road, this street was packed with late night pho and mien ga outlets serving Saigon's later night revellers. Pho Ha with more than 20 years on the board, is the survivor. And Ms Ha can be seen watching over proceedings and counting the cash most nights. The pho is Hanoi style and a bowl will set you back 50,000VND. There are variations available for a small extra spend. Pho Ha doesn’t get going until 5pm and then stays open till morning. Skip McDonald’s and head here for a delicious late night bite. Ms Ha also owns Pho Ha across the road on Ham Nghi St.

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