Pho Philly | Top Vietnamese Restaurant for everyone Essington, PA 19029


Pho Philly


Welcome to Pho Philly and enjoy Vietnamese Cuisine in Essington, PA 19029

Have you ever eaten outside your home? Eating at restaurants and eating at home, which one do you prefer? Why do you eat out? Is it good to eat out? Why do you should or shouldn’t eat at the restaurant? How to know if the restaurant is safe to dine in? Well, there are so many questions when it comes to dining out. Today’s article will explain to you some reasons to eat out, and how important it is to choose clean restaurants.

Going out provides the opportunity to socialize with your friends, family or a special person, without the work of cooking or post-dinner cleanup. While dining in a top-notch restaurant does cost a few bucks, experts agree, it is well worth it. Still need more convincing? Below are 5 reasons to dine out, especially at those high-quality restaurants.

Pho Philly | Vietnamese Restaurant | Essington, PA 19029

1/ Eating out with friends or family is a source of comfort and entertainment.
You deserve quality time with your friends or family, as they do with you! For that there is no excuse needed. And one question: Did your parents struggle financially when you were a kid? Actually, when we were kids many of us couldn’t afford to go to an upscale restaurant, so now is the time to fully enjoy ourselves with our beloved family. Such an amazing time with each other with less tech and work distractions!

2/ Convenience.
Home cooking needs a lot of preparation. If you are craving a complete meal composed of appetizers, salads, soup, main dish, desserts, and coffee, dining out will be less tedious. Can you imagine preparing all these for yourself at home? In that case dining out will become your best choice. No market shopping. No need to spend hours in the kitchen. No clean up after the meal. Eating out in a nice restaurant may cost a little more but it saves you time and energy.

At  Pho Philly - What do we have?

Pho Philly | Vietnamese Restaurant | Essington, PA 19029

Pho Belongs To Vietnamese Cuisine
Words are not enough for describing Vietnamese food. Vietnamese cuisine culture captivates so many people around the world because:
The traditional Vietnamese diet is nutritious and healthy. Meals emphasize rice, vegetables and fish, and cooking methods often involve steaming or stir-frying. The Vietnamese people also try to remedy the imbalance by eating the appropriate hot or cold food.
Vietnamese food is closely related to Mediterranean cuisine for one singular reason. Both cultural styles believe in fresh ingredients. All three macronutrients of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats do not come from processed factories or packed with preservatives.
The Vietnamese cuisine gives great importance to balance and the accurate combination of different flavors and ingredients. The dishes feature simple elements that are colorful and tasty, creating a contrast. They often include sour, bitter, sweet, spicy and salty flavors, all combined and equilibrated together.
With a strong French influence in many of the dishes, Vietnamese foods are fragrant and full of flavour.
Eating traditional foods in Vietnam is a stimulating experience for the senses. The eyes are amazed by the diverse colors, the nose by the delicious smells, the ears by the crunchy ingredients, the hands by the delicate textures, and, of course, the many flavors are exciting to the tongue.

Bánh Mì with Pâté and Pork Roll (Bánh Mì Pate Chả Lụa/ Giò Lụa)
Plump, stuffed and overflowing with goodness is how to describe this authentic version of Banh Mi. It is filled with several layers of steamed pork rolls. This Vietnam’s Bread is very fresh and filled with unique flavors and delicious herbs. Also known as Vietnamese Ham, pork roll is a popular ingredient in sandwiches and many Asian dishes. Banh Mi Pate often uses chicken or duck liver pâté. With the other strong flavors inside of the Vietnamese Bread, the silky, dusky, and earthy taste adds additional texture and additional layers of flavors to an already delectable dish.

Pho Philly | Vietnamese Restaurant | Essington, PA 19029

Bánh Mì with Grilled Pork (Bánh Mì Thịt Nướng)
In this version, Vietnamese sandwiches are included with about 5 or 6 pork patties, all charcoal grilled, flipped with chopsticks, and coated in Vietnamese barbecue sauce. On top of the pork patties is a generous amount of cucumber chunks, strands of cilantro, green onions, pickled carrots, and finally some sweet chili sauce. The Vietnamese Banh Mi has the balance between the meat and fresh vegetables and herbs.

We have Goi Cuon (2) Shrimp & Pork Summer Rolls, Cha Gio Tom (2) Shrimp Spring Rolls, Pho Ga Dac Biet (Special Pho with chicken ), Com Ga Xao Sa Ot (Rice with Stir-fried Lemongrass Chicken), Com Suon Nuong (Rice with Grilled Pork Chop), Cafe Sua Da (Iced French Coffee with Condensed Milk) and more. See all at Vietnamese Restaurant 19029 Menu

About Us
Address: 118 Powhattan Ave, Essington, PA 19029
Phone: 484-497-6280
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