Pho Tai is a Vietnamese restaurant in the 13th district of Paris. Most Chinese call it Pho. The pho taste here is very good. The owner is also very good. They can speak Chinese and the price is around 10 Euro.
I planned to start writing about Saint Sebastian, but found that Paris missed a phô. Located at phô taï in the 13th district. The proprietress is of Vietnamese Chinese descent. Don't miss the fried spring rolls. Address: 13 Rue Philibert Lucot, 75013 Paris, France.
#老王探店# The most delicious meal I have eaten these few days, Vietnamese rice noodles, the soup base is boiled with beef bones. The flavor is fresh and mellow. Lemongrass, bean sprouts, plus the spicy millet, a squeeze of lime juice tastes great!
The first feeling is that the environment of his home is better. The refreshing green and white are very neat and clean. After sitting down, I found that the price is not cheap compared to the same restaurant, so I look forward to the taste~ Fortunately, the first one came up. Pho did not disappoint us. The taste is great, hot and sour, and there will be vegetables and minced meat in it. The seasoning on the table can be added according to your preference~ He was already good, so I just added some chili. The ham is not made at home. It may be a fast food that I bought. If I eat it, this dish is saltier and tastes okay. The service staff is very quick and the food is served quickly. It will be delivered after a while. Now, I am very happy to eat.