Before jalan-jalan at Chow Yang Pasar Malam on Thursday nights or at the SS2 pasar malam on Monday nights, or before supper at Kayu Nasi Kandar; head behind for some awesome Vietnamese food crafted with quality ingredients and lots of love.
Between a game of badminton and supper at Kayu, we had a dinner at Pho King.
How to get there
If you’re not Grabbing to the restaurant and driving; parking can be a challenge. As it’s a two-lane commercial district, you’ll be competing with people who’re also going to Kayu, SS2 Chow Yang, Super Kitchen Chilly Pan Mee, and Hakka Rang Restaurant SS2.
Alternatively, you can park around the residential neighbourhood nearby.
At Pho King, you’ll find awesome Vietnamese food crafted with quality ingredients and lots of love. There’s banh mi, soup noodles, salad noodles, rice, and more!
For the soup noodes, there are two types: Australian Beef Pho and Sanbanto Pork Pho.
We ordered the Braised Pork Rice, Special Beef Pho, Small Beef Pho, Special Pork Pho.
Sliced Beef Pho (RM23.50).
Special Beef Pho (RM30.90) with sliced beef, brisket, and beef balls.
Special Pork Pho (RM25.50) with ribs, pork slices, minced pork, pork balls, and ham.
Braised Pork Rice (RM23.50).
For drinks, we had the coconut coffee, grass jelly coffee, cold mocha, and cold drip coffee.
Guess which is which?
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