Pho Express Angkor: Revisit in Queensborough Landing
Pho Express Angkor is a Vietnamese/Thai restaurant in Queensborough that I’ve been to before. It’s not often that you find good eats in a outlet mall so I’ve been meaning to revisit this place for quite some time.
On my first visit, I was really impressed with the Marinated Chicken Satay as the chicken was so very tender. On this revisit, I thought the chicken was okay but not as good as on my initial trip.
For the Beef and Marinated Pork with Spring Roll on Vermicelli Noodles, we added a fried egg because, well, a fried egg makes everything better. I thought that the meat needed to be cut into smaller pieces but this was a solid dish with a very crispy spring roll.
I ordered the Rare Beef, Beef Tripe, Beef Tendon, Spicy Noodle Soup ($8.50 for large). The soup wasn’t overly spicy except when one of the chili peppers gets in your mouth.
There were lots of noodles in this dish and I added some hoisin and sriracha sauce. Had to get the noodle pull shot.
I’ve been finding that I’ve been craving Bun Bo Hue lately so I came back for a revisit and got the XL serving for $10. This was a seriously massive bowl. The only thing that I didn’t like was that the thick rice noodles were quite slippery and difficult to pick up. It would have been better with a thinner rice noodle.
If you find yourself hungry while shopping in Queensborough Landing, this is a pretty good spot.
L140 – 805 Boyd Street
New Westminster, BC
Posted on August 16, 2017, in Restaurant Review, Vietnamese and tagged Bun Bo Hue, Chicken Satay, Food, New Westminster, Pho, Queensborough, restaurant review, Vietnamese. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.