Noya's Kitchen unveils Pho Wednesdays running weekly on St James' Parade, BathPosted on: 25 Feb 2019
Enjoy the authentic taste of Vietnamese cuisine at Noya's Kitchen in Bath with its Pho Wednesday every week.
From 6pm to 9pm you can tuck into the delicious, traditional aromatic Vietnamese noodle soup, amazingly fresh and the perfect dish for a chilly winter's evening.
For all intents and purposes the national dish of Vietnam, pho (actually pronounced 'fuh') is the kind of warming, hearty gastronomy that can be enjoyed at any time of the day and, for that matter, generally is, from the bustling street stalls of Saigon to Hanoi's Old Quarter.
A savoury, warmly spiced broth filled with slippery rice noodles and chicken, beef or tofu with a scattering of fresh herb and a profusive squeeze of lime, a big bowl of pho will warm your cockles, wow your tastebuds and fill your belly.
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