Food Trip Friday: Pho 2000

We had a long holiday this week here in Phnom Penh. The Khmers were celebrating Pchum Ben and most people took the time off and headed elsewhere for some R & R. We were actually planning on going to Battambang, but since my sister was going home to Manila via Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, we decided we’ll all tag along and spend a few days there.

What did we do? Nothing much, walked about the city, did a bit of shopping{ really, Ho Chi Minh is a bargain shoppers haven, you’ll find everything in their markets} and we also ate a lot. Hubby and I, are big fans of Vietnamese Pho Bo so we decided to eat Pho every night Lol.

The first night we went to our favorite Pho place – Pho 2000. Here’s some drool worthy pics..

Pho 2000 Saigon

Hubby ordered a large bowl of Pho Bo {Beef Keuy Teuw Noodles} and I was seriously shocked at how huge the bowl was. I thought at first the waiter was bringing it over for us to wash our hands on, hahahaha. And Hi-ace was embarrassed he was the only one eating a huge bowl of noodles. Lol. But he did finish it all up!

Pho 2000 Saigon

Mine was a really delicious seafood Pho. Clams, squid, fish, prawns and lots of onions. I love the spiciness of this one. Definitely going to my favorite list.

Pho 2000 Saigon

This is a Food Trip Friday entry.

PS. Images from my old blog {pinaywifespeaks.com} hence the watermarks.

6 Comments

  1. Queen of Wishful Shrinking

    September 30, 2011 at 12:06 pm

    Pho2000? The Pho of the New Millennium! lol.
    Looks like you had a PHOn-ta-bu-lous PHO trip in Saigon 😀

  2. Hootin' Anni

    September 30, 2011 at 3:31 pm

    Looks so yummy delicious!!!
    And going shopping in a bargain haven city sounds terrific to me!!!

    Do stop by for a piece of dessert now if you have time…

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    THE CRESCENT CITY CONNECTION

  3. Luna Miranda

    October 1, 2011 at 11:43 am

    Vietnam and Cambodia are in my bucket list–hope to make the trip next year.
    I love Vietnamese food, too. these are perfect in the weather we’re having right now.:p

  4. Pearl @ Sassy Chef Recipes

    October 1, 2011 at 3:20 pm

    Oh the noodles look so good and inviting! 🙂
    Visiting from FTF
    Pick-Me-Up Tea

  5. FoodTripFriday

    October 2, 2011 at 10:25 pm

    Because of all the yummy food you posted, I think I want to visit Cambodia sometime. 🙂

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