Pho ever and ever.
Eating right and eating healthy can be quite a challenge for most of us. Admittedly, we enjoy the grease and fat that come with our favorite food. But undeniably, we still need to inject some greens into our system. What better dish than a perfect bowl of pho or a plate of fresh spring rolls to satisfy both our cravings and bodily needs?
Vietnam’s signature noodle soup (Phở) is made from natural ingredients and only the freshest vegetables in the market because simplicity is key when Viet food is involved. In this list, we give you undeniably cheap and healthy Vietnamese restaurants in the city.
Bon Pho & Roll is BonBanhMi’s sister store that offers more of a variety of authentic Vietnamese dishes from rice dishes, salads, and noodles.
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8390 Mayapis St., San Antonio Village, Makati City
The Vietnamese restaurant scene is starting to make an impression in Marikina as Ca Phe Saigon offers bang for your buck legit Viet food. A bowl of hot pho and Gỏi cuốn (fresh shrimp rolls) sells cheap for P120 each.
Bawai’s Vietnamese Kitchen offers the usual Vietnamese favorites made from the freshest ingredients. They have spring rolls, pho, and their much-celebrated banh mi in three flavors – chicken, pork, and beef.
Saigon Corner serves Vietnamese favorites such as banh mi, pho, spring rolls, coffee, other beverages, and desserts tucked away in Tomas Morato.
Phat Pho is a modern, street-style Vietnamese restaurant that started in Cebu. Its menu offers no-frills Vietnamese food that’s made from all-natural ingredients–no powdered additives here!
Founder Mr. Van Chien Ho opened the first Tra Vinh restaurant in Australia 20 years ago. His award-winning franchise now serves several cities spread across the Land Down Under. Their bestselling soups are also available in big servings – ideal for groups of three hungry diners.
DiCofi is a hole-in-the-wall coffee joint in Makati that sells authentic Vietnamese coffee and light snacks like Banh mi and Vietnamese Pizza.
Bon Banhmi is all about the traditional Vietnamese sandwich. However, their first hole-in-the-wall joint in Makati also serves other traditional dishes like pho, spring rolls, and more.
Vinatrang’s authentic Vietnamese cuisines are perfect for those who like dishes that have a clean and fresh taste. They also offer the famous Vietnamese coffee for the caffeine lovers out there.
Phobac serves a variety of healthy and authentic Vietnamese dishes including banh mi, pho, salad noodles, and more.
Viet Taste is a humble food stall that serves affordable and authentic Vietnamese cuisine.
Pho Hoa is one of the first Vietnamese restaurants to open here in Manila. It serves good and hearty pho, vermicelli bowl, banh mi, Vietnamese coffee, and more.
Cover photo from @BonPhoNRoll
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