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Discovering Pho

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 During our Easter weekend visit in Montreal, we discovered this Vietnamese Restaurant offering Pho and fresh spring rolls. Pho Ngon is located on the North Eastern part of Montreal. The ambiance and decor was very simple but this place was busy with food lovers waiting to eat their favourite Pho and spring rolls. Pho is a Vietnamese noodle soup composed of beef or chicken, some herbs and bean sprouts. The soup comes in different sizes from medium, large to XL. I just love the freshness of the linguine shaped rice noodle, the meat, and the vegetables in the soup. The fresh spring rolls with shrimp is one of my favourite dipped in the peanut based sauce. It was truly delicious especially when you sprinkle the lime all over your soup. My family and I enjoyed our soup and of course, treasured each other's company during lunch. Talk about family bonding that Weekend. 
 Fresh Rolls with Shrimp and Peanut sauce. I could eat several rolls of these.
 Pho Noodle soup with linguine shaped rice noodle, mix of meats and  herbs. 
Add the bean sprouts and green vegetable on top while the soup is hot for extra vegetables then sprinkle with lime for more delicious taste. My brothers were extra adventurous by adding hot and spicy sauce on top of their soup. Don't forget to go on a food adventure this week and discover something new and delicious. 


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14 comments

  1. Hiya Pamela...this post has served to make me ever so hungry, the food looks amazing!! Never had Pho Noodle soup, but it looks so hearty and filling. I can almost smell these, haha!! Happy Wednesday doll xx

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  2. Im so curious to try Vietnamese cuisine, this restaurant sounds really good Pamela! Pho inspired me a lot, though I dont eat meat anymore, Im sure the soup is really tasty. Im glad you had a great time with your family there and in Montreal. Kisses dear! xo

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  3. I have never tried Pho but really should at some point! The food looks really fresh and tasty.

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  4. We have lots of Pho places around here, too. Aren't we lucky? My Vietnamese friends tell me that the long noodles are symbolic of a long life. So Eat Up!!!!

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  5. Oh, we love pho!!!! Tom and I are huge fans, and we have pho quite often. It's such a yummy comfort food :)

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  6. Mmmm! I love pho. I can't get enough.
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  7. That looks so delicious Pamela! It's fun to try new foods and dishes. Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

    xo Mary Jo

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  8. Ive never had Pho before, I don't think we have any Vietnamese restaurants here (that I know of), it sounds really delicious. Its great that you get to try out unique and different cuisines. I enjoyed reading your views on my last post. Have a Fantastic Friday!

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  9. I love Pho Pammy! When I worked out of my studio in Hoxton I was surrounded by great Vietnamese places to eat. Such a yummy and nourishing dish.

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  10. Looks delicious! I always order the fresh rolls and pho when I go to any vietnamese restaurant.

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  11. Interesting Place and delicious food!!!
    Happy friday Pam!!!

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  12. This all looks so appetising. You may remember from my blog that we were fortunate to go to Vietnam last year where we enjoyed pho - a meal in itself ! I'm also a fan of delicious spring rolls too.

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