If you’re in need of authentic Vietnamese cuisine in Singapore, Look no pho- thur than Pho 4A, claims this halal Vietnamese restaurant. And to guide you to your target, you can find Pho 4A along Jalan Pisang in then Kampong Glam/Bugis districts of Singapore, where the proprietors have assembled classics of Vietnamese cuisine after an exhaustive search for the best recipes from the Land of the Blue Dragon. If you want the best, pho-get the rest!
Pho-thermore, Pho 4A offers a welcome break from the relentless Middle
Eastern cuisine that is typical along Singapore’s Arab Street and in the
Bugis/Kampong Glam districts in general. Tucked down Jalan Pisang, just off Arab
Street, Pho 4A’s light, healthy Vietnamese dishes leaven the preponderance of
unleavened bread and mezzes that, while delicious, can get a little tedious after a
time. Nothing beats a quality bowl of Vietnamese pho ga or pho bo, with chicken or
beef, noodles, scallions and sprouts steeped in a delicate lemongrass-and-citrus-
infused broth gently herbed and spiced with ginger, coriander, and a little fresh chilli.
Pho sure you can find an exemplary bowl of this delicacy at Pho 4A.
This family-owned and operated Vietnamese restaurant has done its research. For many Vietnamese, traditional dishes are as familiar as the gorgeous karst landscape that characterises the Vietnamese landscape, but Pho 4A have gone the extra mile to scour the country’s many regional culinary traditions and bring them back to their Jalan Pisang premises in Singapore’s Kampong Glam/Bugis. Five kinds of pho are just the beginning – Pho 4A do a great line in spring and summer rolls, distinctive Vietnamese salads, and much more.
Prices is very reasonable. Ambience not bad. Location wise is ok too. Walking distance to Bugis mrt. After tat can go can desert next door.