Pho Hoa and Cafe Mary Grace – Greenbelt

Met up with my bestboybud Mike before he went to New York. He wanted salad. I wanted soup.

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So we went to Pho Hoa. Did you know that PHO is supposed to be pronounced like FUH and not FOE? Now, you know.

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Mikey had thr Pho Do Vien or the Seafood Noodle Soup (195php). Mine was Pho Gau Gan or Brisket and Tendon Noodle Soup (265php).

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We also had some Fresh Spring Rolls (130php) served with something that looked like thick hoisin sauce that tasted nutty.

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I haven’t tried any of their other noodle soups; I’ve always been stuck on beef. Can’t help it, the meat is really tender and the soup is comforting.

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Too bad they didn’t have fish sauce. I wanted to mix it with some lemon and chili as dipping sauce for the beef. I just spiked my soup with some Sriracha sauce so in the end all was good. Almost.

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For dessert, I had Mango Crepe with Ice Cream (150php) and it’s a great end to a savory-spicy meal. Vanilla ice cream, sweet mangoes, and pandan crepe. Delish!

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Pho Hoa serves coffee but we just went to Cafe Mary Grace for some iced lattés (110php), brownies, food for the gods, and lemon squares (15-25php).

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Pho Hoa Vietnamese Noodle House
Level 1, Greenbelt 1, Makati
02 8135809

Café Mary Grace
Level 1, Greenbelt 2, Makati
02 5013089

//listening to The Boxer Rebellion – Keep Moving

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