25 Hang Giay, Hoan Kiem
Another family-owned business, despite serving up pho for 40 years, the broth is bland, with a strong taste of ginger and onion. There is also a distinct hint of MSG. The noodles are soft and taste good. However, the meat only received 5 points out of 10 as it is badly cut; some pieces are chewy and difficult to eat. Hygiene-wise, Pho Vui also performs badly, and the condiments don’t look fresh.
In terms of taste, mediocre. As Shay put it: “A hole in the wall.”