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So another lunch in London with my best friend at New Change in London. Pho St Paul’s is found upstairs in One New Change, perched above the Cathedral which can be glimpsed from the terrace. I had not tried this food before and I was looking forward to it.
Pho was founded by husband and wife team Stephen and Jules Wall in 2005 after they travelled to Vietnam and fell in love with the country’s national dish pho. Specialising in great value Vietnamese street food, the menu includes delicious salads, wok fried noodles, fresh juices, Vietnamese beers and cocktails, and of course, a variety of different types of pho, an amazingly tasty and nutritious noodle soup.
I ordered the Bun, vermicelli noodles with beef and my friend had the Pho, chicken broth with king prawns. Service at the start was good, but then it went down hill.
My food was horrible and I am not sure that I would want to return. This was what was left. It was very busy, so for some it is obviously their favourite spot for lunch but not for me. It is good value for money. But not for me and I will unlikely ever return!