Vietnamese food is the answer to many questions!
After a long and productive day of shopping at the Westgate, you should head for dinner to Pho! Located at the Westgate’s rooftop, Pho means an incredible dinner and magnificent views of Oxford city centre.
Stephen and Juliette Wall started Pho restaurants twelve years ago. After travelling to Vietnam and falling in love with Vietnamese food, they decided to set up a restaurant and called it Pho. Pho was London’s first Vietnamese restaurant and nowadays there are many Phos around the country. How lucky are we to have one in Oxford? Very, we think!
But, what is Pho?
Pho is the Vietnamese national dish; an aromatic, nutritious and delicious rice noodle soup served with a side plate of fresh herbs to add as you please. The addition of these herbs and table condiments is an essential part of eating phở and adds another dimension to the dish. Vietnamese cuisine is about adapting the food to your personal taste.
Pho makes their pho fresh at each branch every day. Absolutely nothing is bought in frozen or pre-packaged. All pho soups are low in fat and saturated fat and are a good source of 10 of your vitamins and minerals, including those that contribute to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue (so no post-lunch food comas!).
The majority of the menu at Pho is gluten-free (accredited by Coeliac UK) and about 25% of the main menu is suitable for vegans.
Fitfest Oxford team thought Pho was a perfect match! Visit Pho at their stand at Fitfest Oxford to taste some truly tasting healthy dishes!