If you’re Vietnamese, it would be great to enjoy Vietnamese dishes in a Vietnamese atmosphere that is both familiar and cozy. And it turns out, there are a lot of Vietnamese-style restaurants in the Netherlands, especially ‘Pho’ restaurants.
A small restaurant located on a hidden street with no more than 10 chairs inside, Pho King – as its name suggests – is the number one Pho restaurant in Amsterdam. Pho King has a very “Vietnamese” flavor, Vietnamese tradition with the processing of broth, beef and noodles.
The perfect place to experience all the Vietnamese traditional dishes like pho, goi cuon, bun bo, banh mi,… Bo Nam is located in the center of bustling Amsterdam and it absolutely pleases any Vietnamese guy who is looking for a familiar hometown flavor.
This place makes you feel like sitting in a small coffee shop in Vietnam. The restaurant became popular because of its Pho and Goi Cuon. Likewise, it stands out for the cheaper price than other ‘Pho’ restaurants in the Netherlands, but the taste is not inferior.
The restaurant is managed by a Vietnamese family so the food here is the most similar to the traditional taste of Vietnamese food, and it processed with fresh ingredients every day. The best-sellers are Banh Mi Thit and Hu Tieu Nam Vang Kho, two dishes that will make people want to come back here again. The restaurant also serves popular drinks of most Vietnamese: Ca phe den and Ca phe sua da.
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