Pho Hung Vietnamese, Market Square, Sunnybank, Brisbane - my name is Food.

Pho Hung Vietnamese, Market Square, Sunnybank, Brisbane

December 08, 2016

Out of the two Vietnamese restaurants in Market Square at Sunnybank, sometimes you aren't too sure of which to go or which could and would be your favourite. Pho Hung is located near Yuen's Asian Supermarket which gives those of you parking nearby a quick walk, simply just look for the Viet restaurant with the Neon sign through their glass window.

'Prawn and Pork Rice paper rolls' (AUD$7) had 3 pieces which all have been cut in half for easy eating though some people may not appreciate that and would prefer having it as a whole and being able to grab it by themselves. It may be of convenience of having it halved this way in order for others to share easier. It was served with a hoisin sauce topped with crushed peanuts, great dipping sauce for the rice paper roll. If not, another great dipping sauce would be sweet chilli sauce if you're not a fan of the Hoi Sin sauce.

'Combination Vermicelli' (AUD$14) is one of the popular Vietnamese dishes a person would order if they're not wanting the hot beef soup called Pho or maybe the broken rice with pork chop. This was their rice vermicelli salad which is very refreshing and also healthy. It has lettuce, cucumber, carrots, beansprouts, fried shallots, mints, coriander and the rice vermicelli topped with your choice of meat. The combination consists of their Grilled pork, Spring rolls, Sugarcane prawns and shredded pork served with a side of your sweet and a tad sour sauce which gives a zing in your dish. A way to eat it is to pour the whole sauce into the dish then give it a thorough mix before eating.

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