I was hungry.
I was tired.
I felt a little guilty about it all.
I wanted something more special.
I thought: This might be my chance.
I knew that it might be a little disappointing, but I was excited to try pho for the first time.
And I was thrilled when I was served up by my favorite Vietnamese restaurant, Pho Ta Thu, a small but very popular pho joint in the bustling, lively, and vibrant area of Old Town Singapore.
My Vietnamese friends are from the area, so they are very familiar with this dish.
Pho is an excellent soup that’s made with the freshest ingredients and usually is served with steamed rice, bean sprouts, or some combination of both.
The dish is popular in Singapore because it’s often eaten with a plate of noodles, which can be hard to find in the country.
When you order, you usually have to ask for the “spicy” side, which is made with minced pork, ginger, and garlic.
This spicy side is also known as pho-bam.
When we ordered this dish, we were very impressed.
This dish was also very flavorful.
It had a nice sweetness and spice to it.
There were no artificial flavors added to the soup.
It’s also one of the few Vietnamese dishes that I feel safe ordering from because it is so popular.
Phy is a dish of noodles that are soaked in a flavorful broth made from rice and bean sprout.
It can be made with noodles, rice, or beans.
You can also add shredded cabbage or shredded green beans for a healthy addition to the dish.
This pho dish has a really unique texture.
It has a light, crunchy texture that’s a little bit like a pancake.
When I first tried this pho the soup was very spicy.
It was so hot, I had to take a bowl out of my bowl and add some water.
After eating the pho and savoring it for a while, I decided to add some sugar to it and mix it with some lemon juice to make it even sweeter.
After the initial heat was gone, I added more water to make the broth even thicker.
Once the broth was thick, I was ready to take another bowl out and add more sugar to make my soup even sweier.
Once I had my bowl of soup, I immediately started adding the noodles.
I took a few of my favorite noodles and began adding them to the broth.
I then added the bean sprouting to the bowl.
As I was making the soup, the phy was still thickening, so I added a little more water and started mixing in the bean sauce to make more of the broth to finish it off.
I added the green beans and the shredded cabbage for a nice garnish.
When the soup is finished, I serve it with steaming rice.
When served, the broth is served over steamed brown rice noodles.
It is delicious and filling.
I’ve never been able to find this in the United States.
The pho can be a bit expensive, but it’s not hard to make and there are so many good restaurants in Singapore where you can get it.
This recipe makes about 2-3 bowls of pho.
It comes with two sides: one for each of you.
The main dish is usually served with noodles and bean sauce, while the noodle side is typically served with bean sprouted rice and beans.
This is definitely a good choice if you want to have a little different noodle option for your guests.
There are also other flavors of noodles you can try in the broth and bean dish.
If you are interested in ordering pho with noodles or bean sprays, I recommend ordering the “shrimp” pho option.
It adds a lot of flavor to the phan, but also has a very strong kick.
You might want to opt for the shrimp instead of the bean, since it is a little thicker in the bowl, but overall, the shrimp is better.
If the shrimp pho is your thing, you might also want to try the “beef pho” phan.
This noodle has a thicker texture than the shrimp.
It contains a lot more beef and is served on a bone-in, steamed bone-marinated beef tenderloin.
If your guests are more interested in the noodles, I highly recommend ordering this dish as well.
You’ll probably have to adjust the amount of broth you add to the noodles to make your broth more flavorful, but once you’ve adjusted the amount, it’s easy to add the sauce and stir it all together in the middle of the bowl to finish the dish off.
This bowl is usually a little expensive, so you might want a friend or relative to help you with the ordering and serving.
The bowl can also be served on its own as a side dish or as a main course.
The broth and noodles can be purchased at the