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Named after the ancient village of Hoi An in Vietnam, Pho Hoi An brings authentic Vietnamese flavours to Hong Kong from their charming location on the third floor of the iSquare complex on Nathan Road. One of two locations – the other can be found in San Po Kong – the Tsim Sha Tsui branch is full of natural light and bold colours, providing a unique space for enjoying a delicious meal with friends or family. Bring your biggest appetite for an unphogettable meal!
Vietnam’s beautiful historic village of Hoi An has a rich culinary history, featuring influences of French, Japanese and Chinese cuisine thanks to its status as one of the country’s major trading ports. Hong Kong’s Pho Hoi An aims to capture the vibe of this ancient town by presenting its cuisine in the most authentic way possible to local Hong Kong food lovers, and they’re doing so successfully. Perfect for shoppers looking to refuel, its iSquare location in Tsim Sha Tsui is the perfect spot to try Vietnamese cuisine that’s incredibly fresh and authentic.
The menu at Hong Kong’s Pho Hoi An is extensive, covering all the classics like vegetarian rice paper rolls, classic pho and mixed seafood curry. Your best bet when eating at this Tsim Sha Tsui restaurant is to stick to traditional dishes like Pho Hoi An’s seafood pho options – Vietnamese grouper fillet noodle soup or the crab soup with cooked with fried prawns, vermicelli noodles, pork rolls and tomato – or the chef’s recommendations including sauteed prawns in a spicy coconut sauce, stir-fried chicken with lemongrass, fish sauce and chilli, or the French-inspired stir-fried beef fillet with cracked black pepper, lemongrass and basil. Pho Hoi An’s iSquare outlet on Nathan Road is immensely popular, so book in advance if you want to dine on their inspired Vietnamese cooking.