My brother and I were a bit hesitant to try out Vietnam's Pho 24 franchise. But after walking around in 90% humidity, we were ready for a free wifi break and a bowl of steaming pho. I know I know...pho and humidity??? I can't explain it, it just feels right. Kind of like eating ice cream on a really cold day.
Anyways, where was I? Oh, Pho 24. So we ended up basking in Pho 24's luscious air conditioned restaurant and both of us ordered Pho Tai Nam at 30,000d/$1.85 each. Pho 24's quite pricey compared to the street pho we've been eating and it's not even as good. But that's ok. Jer and I were willing to pay up for a break from sticky tables and obnoxious fluorescent lighting.
Our kind waiter easily suckered me into getting some crème caramel (flan). I never really cared for crème caramel growing up...but this one was dang good.
I'm officially a lover of flan. But not so much Pho 24.
134 Le Thanh Ton Street (Near Ben Thanh Market)
District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
Hungry in Vietnam
Abandoned Building Pho
Pho Bo Dac Biet
Hanoi Street Market on Pho Gia Ngu
The Road to Sapa
Street Cart Banh Mi