Enjoy Traditional Vietnamese Charcoal Hotpot At Mrs Pho House

Are you looking for traditional Vietnamese charcoal hotpot and festive specialities? Try them out at Mrs Pho House that newly opened at Takashimaya.

If you love Vietnamese cuisine, as well as hotpot, this is just the thing for you. Mrs Pho delves deeper into Vietnamese cuisine with a new concept, Mrs Pho House, that serves up traditional charcoal hotpot and festive Vietnamese delicacies in an interior reflecting a Vietnamese home.

Mrs Pho House brings to the table broths, ingredients and side dishes prepared to authentic Vietnamese heirloom recipes by a third-generation female Chef Linh from Vietnam.

One should try their authentic Vietnamese traditional charcoal hotpot at Mrs Pho House. Look forward to four soup bases and a variety of typical fresh meats, seafood and produce to choose from.

Some soup base and must-try dishes include:

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1. The Crab Bisque Soup, S$38 (Regular)/S$48(Large)

The Crab Bisque Soup is our favourite. Made with Chef Linh’s mother’s recipe as used in her famous crab noodle soup recipe (Bánh Canh Cua) as sold at a nameless stall on the streets of Saigon. It has been around for over 30 years, and a queue forms daily for it, with a waiting time that lasts 2-3 hours. For those who can not eat spicily, this Soup also has a non-spicy choice.

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