Vietnamese street food favourite Pho is set to shake up the City’s brunch scene this weekend, with the launch of its first ever Vietnamese-inspired bottomless brunch.
Available from this Sunday 28th July, Pho St Paul’s will serve up Vietnamese twists on classic breakfast dishes, as well as its now famous phở signature namesake dish, and unlimited refills of select cocktails, prosecco or beer for just £25.
Served from 11am – 3pm on Saturdays and Sundays, the menu is completely gluten free and will offer a fresh take on brunch, with dishes including crispy Pandan Waffles, filled to the brim with berries, starfruit, condensed milk and maple syrup; a flavourful Brunch Rice Bowl with grilled pork belly, soft boiled eggs and crunchy veg; and, on the veggie side of things, a punchy Vietnamese Omelette with Sriracha ketchup, Asian herbs and avocado.
A Vietnamese-inspired brunch wouldn’t be complete without the country’s breakfast staple, phở, so the menu will also feature five healthy and fragrant breakfast soups, including the restaurant’s popular Phở Chin, with tender beef brisket cooked in beef broth and aromatic Bun Rieu; vermicelli noodles in a rich tomato & crab broth with wafer thin steak & tofu.
Guests can opt for a souped up version of their daily caffeine hit, with unlimited servings of Pho’s own Ca Phe Martini, a blend of Vietnamese iced coffee, condensed milk & Hà Nội vodka, or opt for bottomless spicy Sriracha Bloody Mary for the ultimate hair of the dog. Brunch staple Prosecco, served straight up or with fresh OJ, and Saigon Lager will also be on the menu.
For those going tee-total, a booze free version of the brunch will be available for just £13, with bottomless servings of Pho’s refreshing juices, or hot or iced coffee.
Speaking ahead of the launch, Pho co-founder Juliette Wall said:
“In Vietnam, phở is most often eaten early in the morning, so it makes sense for us to try out a weekend brunch, and we’ve developed a load of completely new dishes which we’re really excited about too! It’s the perfect hangover cure – a few spicy bloody Marys and a big bowl of steaming noodle soup or hearty rice topped with melt in the mouth protein and crunchy veg.”
Pho’s brunch menu will launch on Sunday 28th July and will be available from 11am – 3pm every weekend at the St Paul’s Restaurant only and must be pre-booked.
Diners will be able to choose from one main dish and one unlimited drink.
Bookings can be made online now at: https://www.phocafe.co.uk/locations/st-pauls/
Pho St Paul’s
15 Upper Cheapside Passage
One New Change