Pho Pho Pho Pho Pho-ker face! Noodles are not without substance considering the comfort it provides! Cool weather paired with a piping hot bowl of noodles is my slice of heaven. After getting stuck in the Kwinana Freeway jam for close to an hour, we reached Phong Vinh. My sister has been trying to bring me to this place every since she tried it a couple months back. She describes it as “Tra Vinh’s” sister restaurant. Feeling super hungry yesterday night, I didn’t hesitate much and quickly ordered the Raw Beef and Beef Ball Noodle soup @$10.50!
On the first sight, this hearty bowl of noodle soup looked like an exact replication of the one from Tra Vinh. But after slowly eating spoonful after spoonful, I soon realise the flaws which were not so obvious on the first sight. The soup tended to be a little oily which is rather unfortunate because the soups felt somewhat contaminated !=X!! But I did not feel deterred to finish the entire bowl of noodles and was close to finishing the entire bowl at the end of the meal haha! I love Vietnames Pho man! Especially with its fresh condiments scattered around it!
The girls ordered the “Drop Noodle” with chicken which to me was a very catchy name. Drop noodle huh? Sounds like something I would not put on my bowl ahah. But no worries, it turned out to be an udon-like noodle. The name drop noodle did have a rationale to it though. Little Darling mentioned that she found eating the noodles difficult because it kept dropping off the spoon! xD!
The girls meal for the night, the Chicken Drop Noodles @ $10!
At the end of the night, the oil in the noodles mattered little, if anymore at all. We arrived the restaurant close to 8 and finished half past nine. Hungry much, these delightful serves of noodles soup were heavenly. With Tra Vinh, To To, and Viet Nosh, in my good books, I would not hesitate to put Phong Vinh up there too! It was an absolute delight despite some minor setbacks! Recommended to noodle lovers! The rich albeit slightly oily beef broth was a pleaser!
After having our noodles, we decided to ditch our normal Dome coffee session and instead, headed over to Cream @ East Perth. I was left shocked really!! The place was overloaded with well dressed people, well for me whom was dressed in Polo and shorts + thongs at least. I shyly made my entry with the the gang. Quite a nice place! The Panacotta with ice cream, mango and passion fruit was stunning, the Brazilian dark hot chocolate, well, not so. Cream has definitely made entry to one of my must try restaurants now! But first, Ha Lu next week!