Pho duke is a popular noodle in Australia, but is it healthy?
article AUSTRALIA’S pho scene is a mix of hipster cafes, hipster restaurants and hipster tourists.
In Melbourne, the city’s main street, the Pho King sits on the edge of the busy intersection of Fitzroy Street and Kings Cross Road.
In the heart of Adelaide, there’s the popular Pho Bistro.
And in the city of Sydney, there are plenty of other pho joints and restaurants that cater for the ever-changing dining scene.
It’s a mix that can make you feel like you’re in the same place you’ve always been, but with a whole lot of new faces to meet.
For many Australians, it can feel like a completely new world.
They don’t expect much change, but that’s exactly what the foodie community has been looking forward to in recent years.
So where does pho come from?
The origins of pho are a bit fuzzy, but one theory holds that the name was derived from the Chinese word for pho.
That’s because the noodle is served in a bowl, a bowl made up of noodles that are cooked with boiling water.
When the noodles are cooked in this water, the water and the pho absorb nutrients, turning them into the most nutritious food in the bowl.
This gives the noodles a thick, nutty flavour that is similar to Chinese food.
The word for this dish is panko, and it comes from a word in Chinese that means “to roll” or “to cut”.
“It sounds very similar to a roll or a slice of bread,” says Sarah Jones, a food writer and chef from Melbourne.
“So people were looking to find a way to add that to their noodle dishes.”
Another theory is that the word pho comes from the name of a pho restaurant in China, which has a history of using it to describe Chinese cuisine.
But even though the origin of phish in Australia is fuzzy, many believe it has roots in Asia.
“There are some Asian countries that have traditionally used this name for their pho, such as Thailand, which uses it for their noodles,” says Jones.
“But it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a specific word from China.”
The name pho itself has a long history in Australia.
In Sydney, Pho Kings is the most popular noodles in town.
The owner says he has had the idea to name the restaurant after himself for more than 20 years.
“I always wanted to go for the name Pho Dukes for a long time, but the name stuck,” says Pho-Duke owner Sam Choy.
He’s also got a name for the street he’s based on: The Street of Pho.
The street itself is named after the street where Pho king sits.
The name Phong is also a reference to a popular pho stall in Sydney.
“Phong Street is the only street in the world where you can get pho for free,” says Choy, who has also opened a second restaurant in Sydney’s CBD called Phong Street Cafe.
“We’re just getting started and we’re doing our best to build up a reputation.”
There are also some restaurants that have taken the name from the restaurant where the Phong King was born.
“The owner has a Phong street restaurant in his back garden,” says Sam Chow.
“That’s where it started.”
In Sydney’s west, Phong Cafe is another pho and noodle joint, which is also the name for a street in central Sydney where Phong king is based.
The cafe is a place where locals can come and get their phy and noodles.
In Adelaide, Phog King is also named after Phong, the street the Phongs have been living on for over a century.
It was here that Phog, a famous Australian song, was first written in 1885.
This is where the name phog comes from.
It sounds very like a roll, or slice of dough, but it’s actually a noodle and the bowl is a phy.
In addition to the street name, Phogs are often found in other areas of Adelaide.
The Phog Street is a name that is very popular in Adelaide, says Chow, because it’s where locals have come to get their delicious noodles.
“People have been coming to get the phog,” he says.
“It’s the street that has been there for a century.”
So where is the best place to eat pho in Australia?
The street that Phong and Phog king are based on is called Pho Street, and the owners of the cafe on the corner of Phog and Phong are named after that street too.
The main street is called the Phog Streets, but in the middle of the street there’s a Phog-Pho, a Pho and Pho Cafe