So Pho Singapore – Over 20 Outlet-exclusive Dishes Now At MBS

So Pho Singapore is proud to announce the launch of its 18th outlet at the luxurious Marina Bay Sands! Here you can expect to savour over 20 outlet-exclusive dishes that put a refreshing twist on Authentic Vietnamese food.

Begin the meal with appetisers. Relish the fresh, pronounced taste of the seafood with the Crispy Fried Fresh Oyster (S$11.80)which is an addictive meal starter. Boasting a golden-brown exterior that gives way to juicy squirts when bitten into, the Vietnamese Spiced Battered Squid (S$12.80) hits just the right note of savouriness and spiciness. For the Stuffed Air-flown Hokkaido Squid with Vietnamese Dressing (S$12.80), the stuffing is made with tender minced chicken. It is served with homemade Vietnamese-style green chilli sauce, which boasts a spicy-sour note.

Juicy and crunchy with every bite, the Homemade Crunchy Water Chestnut Meatballs (S$9.50) is a marriage of minced chicken and water chestnut. Fried to a golden-brown exterior, the Crispy Wings (S$10.80) are topped with garlic and drizzled with a dash of spring onion oil. For a healthier choice, opt for the Grilled Beef Salad (S$12.50), which is accompanied with a sweet and spicy dipping sauce.

Fans of vermicelli will have various options to choose from. The Vermicelli Noodle Soup with Stuffed Fresh Hokkaido Squid (S$12.50) is a comforting bowl — the noodle soup is delicate and light while the stuffed squid delivers a savoury punch. Or go with the dry option: Crispy Vermicelli & Fresh King Prawns with Superior Stock Gravy (S$16.50). With delightful flaky edges, the vermicelli is enlivened by a moreish gravy and topped with irresistible king prawns.

If you need to load up on carbo, So Pho offers a few mainstays. Kissed with a pleasing smoky finish, the Egg Fried Rice with Premium Marbled Beef (S$19.50) features fragrant egg rice tossed with striploin beef imported from Australia. The Vietnamese Spicy Braised Chicken (S$13.50) showcases fork-tender chicken meat with an appetising braising sauce. Served with crackers, rice and egg, the Vietnamese Soy Sauce Sauteed King Prawn (S$16.50) features succulent prawns stir-fried with red, green and yellow bell peppers and garnished with parsley. The meat can be changed to sauteed beef as well.

Soused in a gorgeous sauce, the Bún Noodle with Meatballs & Fried Spring Rolls (S$11.80) offers vermicelli-style noodles topped with two Vietnamese delicacies: meatballs and deep-fried spring rolls. No trip to a Vietnamese restaurant would be complete without trying the pho offerings. The Pho Chicken Noodle Soup with Chicken Meatballs (S$11.80) requires 10 laborious hours of boiling chicken bone with a mixture of herbs.

So Pho has also came up with three new coffee offerings, each robust in flavour and filled with notes of almond! The authentic Vietnamese Egg Coffee (S$6.50) is brewed with egg yolks, sugar, condensed milk and coffee beans. There is also the Vietnamese Coconut Coffee (S$6.50), with the coconut imparting a subtle sweetness. Savour the Vietnamese Affogato Espresso with Ice Cream (S$7.50)  the earthiness of the espresso plays well with the sweetness of the ice cream. Awaken your senses with these beverages!

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