<>We often visit Flemington but never ventured the other side of the train station. Who would have thought that little Vietnamese food shops lined up those streets. There were plenty of restaurants to choose from and mostly serve Pho. But my sister, having tried most of the shops there, recommended Pho Siagon B&B.</>
It was not hard to locate as it is facing the Flemington train station. Parking areas are also available at the back of the buildings. It is just a small shop with around 10 -15 tables. Good thing we arrived late afternoon so the place was empty. We were able to choose a seat without a problem, considering there are 8 of us. Can I just insert one thing here? Their toilet is filthy. 😀
Pho Saigon B&B has an extensive menu. If the menu was not enough, pictures of the food they serve are plastered everywhere. I was actually overwhelm and ended up ordering the fried pork with tomato rice. When our orders arrived we were all surprised with the size of the serving. My order itself was probably good for two already. If not for the chips I had snacked on the way to Homebush I would have finished the entire plate. The pork was really good. tasty and well cooked. The tomato rice was seasoned well. I could eat it just as it is without any viand. Two orders took some time to order and that was the husband’s pork cheek with rice and the BIL’s mix seafood noodle soup.
The price of each meal costs around $15. Not bad for a big meal.Since the servings were really big, we ended up taking home most of what we have ordered. Maybe the next time we visit Flemington we should go there hungry.