After introducing Vietnamese hotpot with Crab Bisque Soup at Mrs Pho House Takashimaya, Mrs Pho has re-opened its first outlet at Bussorah Street.

This original outlet was located at Beach Road, but they have decided to relocate to a slightly bigger space with more spacious kitchen – a short walk away at 73 Bussorah Street.

Other than Pho, Vietnamese noodles and starters, the Bussorah Street outlet features Vietnamese streetside charcoal grill prominently.

Showcasing more than 20 specialty charcoal-grilled dishes and items, seven are exclusive to this outlet.

Also look out for the Opening Promotion of 1-for-1 Grilled Items (with purchase of 1 main from the classics section) from now till 30 November 2021.

As Mrs Pho fires up the grill, here are 10 recommended items for your picking:

Premium Short Rib Pho ($19.90)
The familiar Vietnamese iconic Pho goes for a deluxe rendition with this Premium Short Rib Pho.

The bowl is included with fall-off-the-bones short rib that has been sous-vide for 36-hours. After which the meat is marinated in a custom-made ‘pho’ spice rub and grilled in charcoal fire.

The result: you get fragrance and flavours of the spices that penetrates into the meat, while the short ribs does not lose its moisture.

Meat lovers will be glad with the generous portion, also included with tender sliced beef, beef balls, and tendon.

This is served within a hearty bowl of silky flat rice noodles in a rich beef soup. That broth has been boiled for 12 hours, long enough to extract all the beefy goodness.

Other Pho in the “Classic” menu includes the Wagyu Pho ($14.90) made doubly indulgent with premium beef from Japan, Beef Combination Pho ($14.90), Sliced Beef Pho ($8.90), and Sliced Beef and Brisket Pho ($8.90). Get one of these, and head straight for the 1-for-1 Grilled Items specials.

Mrs Pho Dry Noodle Combo ($10.90)
The Mrs Pho Dry Noodle Combo will allow you to savour the delicateness of the restaurant’s house-made vermicelli.

As this is a dry version, you might miss out the consoling warmth of soup. But then, change is good sometimes.

For its price, you get quite a sizable portion of ingredients, from grilled pork, meatballs, spring rolls to loads of greens, further sprinkled with chopped peanuts.

Pour over the sweet and spicy house-made sauce being eating, toss the noodles up like a salad, then appreciate the refreshing bite.

Other long-time crowd favourites are also available, such as Chicken Pho ($8.90), Spicy Beef Noodle ($10.90), Crab Meat & Prawn Noodle ($13.90), Braised Mushroom Dry Noodle ($9.90), and Lemongrass Beef Dry Noodle ($9.90).

Iberico Pork Belly ($5.90)
A more premium version of the typical pork skewers by using Iberico pork belly marinated in a special Mrs Pho sauce before grilled on charcoal.

This helps to achieve a juicier, better textured meat. You also get the fragrance of shallots and distinctive flavour of fish sauce in the marinate.

Served with some pickles to cut the greasiness of the fats.

Mountain Style Beef on Skewers ($7.90)
Beef cubes flame grilled to medium doneness with cham cheo (a type of popular Vietnamese seasoning) salt rub.

Juicy on the inside, well-marinated, and smoky on the outside.

Japanese Shiitake Mushroom Glazed With Ginger Sauce ($3.90)
The secret to succulent grilled shitake mushrooms?

These mushrooms are basted in house-special ginger sauce that helps replace the mushrooms’ natural moisture as it evaporates on the grill, keeping them juicy and flavourful.

Vietnamese Street-Style Corn ($3.90)
Viet-style corn on the cob, grilled with butter, spring onions, salt and pepper. Experience sweetness, juiciness and smokiness in one.

Mamma’s Impossible™ Grilled Meat Skewer ($7.90, only available from 18 Nov)
If you are familiar with Impossible™ ‘Beef’, perhaps you also want to try Impossible™ Meat’s new pork edition.

The ‘pork’ is made from plant-based ingredients like soy, coconut oil and sunflower oil. For those who love eating ground pork, this boasts the fatty taste and springy texture, without the environmental impacts.

The skewer is marinated with aromatics of lemongrass, shallots and peppercorn then grilled. I thought it tasted almost like real pork after all the seasoning and grilling, though it was missing some of the fatty juices I was familiar with.

Spicy Chicken Banh Mi on Grill ($7.90)
You may have tried Vietnamese Banh Mi before, now how about Banh Mi Nuong Muoi Ot?

This is like a “deconstructed Mekong Delta style Banh Mi”, a flavourful snack that is found in many food stands in Vietnam.

The Banh Mi Nuong Muoi Ot features baguette that has been flatten, smeared with signature chilli sauce and butter, then grilled over charcoal.

It is included with a topping of minced chicken and pickles, drizzled over with more chilli sauce and creamy mayonnaise for that quick savoury-spicy and crunchy snack. Satisfying due to the many different flavours in play.

Barbecued Goby Fish ($9.90)
Typically only found on the streets of Vietnam, this does remind me of Shishamo. The slender and delicate Ca Keo fish is tasty after being marinated with specially-made chilli sauce and other aromatics.

Tiger Prawns ($12.90)
For seafood lovers, there are Tiger Prawns grilled with Vietnamese street side style chilli sauce.

There are also Baby Octopus ($14.90) in Vietnamese style chilli, Mussels ($14.90) and Scallops ($15.90) barbecued with spring onion oil and crushed peanuts.

Mrs Pho
73 Bussorah Street, Singapore 199486
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm Last order 9:30pm (Mon – Sun)

Mrs Pho House
Takashimaya Shopping Centre #B2-36A, Ngee Ann City, 391 Orchard Road, Singapore 238872
Opening Hours: 11:30am – 3pm Last order 2:30pm, 5:30pm – 10pm Last order 9:30pm (Mon – Sun)

313@somerset #01-16, 313 Orchard Road, Singapore 238895
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm Last order 9:30pm (Mon – Sun)

VivoCity B2-29A, 1 Harbourfront Walk, Singapore 098585
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm Last order 9:30pm (Mon – Sun)

Mrs Pho House
221 Rangoon Road, Singapore 218459
Opening Hours: 11am – 10pm Last order 9:30pm (Tues – Sun), Closed Mon
(Temporarily delivery & takeaway only, no dine-in)

* This entry is brought to you in partnership with Mrs Pho.


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