When it comes to Vietnamese, the dodgier the better. However, when you’re this popular and making a squillion dong selling the humble national beef noodle soup, you’ve got every right to embellish a little. Squeaky clean, modern, well lit, but it’s the wireless PDAs that with a touch a stylus begins the half minute kitchen to table journey of your bowl.
And what a bowl of broth it is for which I reckon multiple bovines have been sacrificed. Smokey, a perfect balance of spices, distinctly savoury yet there’s a touch of sweetness. Hoisin and chilli absolutely unnecessary for extra flavouring, just consume the springy rice noodles and sliced rare cow as is.
A warning, when you buy D&G you pay D&G prices. The best pho in Sydney doesn’t come Vietnamese cheap so don’t expect large bowls for under $10. But well worth the price and a walk I’d make to Bankstown with apple bottom jeans and boots to eat the pho.
4.5 / 5 yums!
Where? 29 Greenfield Pd, Bankstown, NSW
What? Around $12