Our friend Marjorie with her family invited us the other day for a Vietnamese dinner at a little restaurant along Hanson Road called Pho Ba ria 2. The restaurant is nestled in the Western Suburbs, the home of some of Adelaide’s best Vietnamese food.
It was my first time here, We booked at 6.30pm, as we entered to the restaurant you feels like you actually in Vietnam from the decorations, tables and the atmosphere it self. Despite the restaurant is so busy and noisy, a friendly staff approached and escorted us to the table that reserved for our group.
I want to try to taste a Vietnamese noodle soup or better known as “Pho”. Noodle soup are consist of broth, linguine-shaped rice noodles called bánh phở, a few herbs, and meat.
Pho is a popular street food in Vietnam. It is primarily served with either beef or chicken. We order a laksa Spicy noodle, Spicy beef and pork noodle soup, Broken rice combination, Calamari and rice with black bean.
After 10 minutes, the food are starting to arrived one by one. I was surprised how big serves were and thought I would be safe with a large. The food is amazing and taste is terrific compared to Noodle Kingdom in the City at knockout prices.
Even Pho Ba ria 2 is not located in the best area, this place is totally worth going to. The staff are really welcoming and friendly. If you are looking for the best Adelaide Pho? Visit Pho Ba ria 2.
Thank you to our friend Marjorie for inviting us.