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Monday, September 20, 2004
A piping hot bowl of Vietnamese Pho!

It's now on our weekend routine to have a bowl of good Vietnamese Pho at the Redmond Town Center's Pho Than Brothers restaurant.

When you get into the restaurant, you'll be served with some of the best cream puffs ever, for free. After you order your Pho, and there's only like 15 variations of Pho, the meals will be served almost within 5 minutes.

Adding some basil leaves, bean sprouts, oyster sauce, chilli sauce and some pepper will make this a very delicious dish!

The price at this place is amazingly good too!
posted by Jonathan at 9:34 PM | Permalink |


At 10:40 AM, Anonymous Anonymous

I think this is the makan place PT brought us to in July. Good food, value for $$ - Woan Hoon