Vuon Pho Restaurant, Hue - review by Rusty Compass
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Vuon Pho Restaurant, Hue

| 10 Mar 2018
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Vuon Pho Restaurant, Hue
6A Ly Thuong Kiet, Hue
10 Mar 2018

Vuong Pho feels like the kind of restaurant we used to visit in Hanoi in the early 90s - but it’s in Hue. It’s a tad grubby and rundown, service is friendly and efficiency-free. The food is tasty and well priced. Locals come here to eat, drink and be merry - and sometimes a tad noisy. Great spot for a relaxed, Vietnamese meal over a few beers. We had a spectacular whole fish - and lots more. There looks to be a special little historic house hiding beneath all the bolted on extensions. Some handsome original tiles provide the clues.

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