We came across this restaurant on visiting Woden Plaza after almost 6 years. So many changes and new restaurants along Keltie St. We were pleased to see variety choices of Beef Phõ, which my husband and elder son immediately ordered Phõ Tai Sat and Phõ Dac Biet. I decided to try out their Bun Bo Hué, while my younger boy ordered the special combination broken rice with pork chop. We also ordered a serve of spring rolls.
Service was ok though could be improved with a smile. Phõ and broken rice tasted good tho my bun bo hue was a bit too oily - I felt I was drinking oil rather than soup. For the size of bowls and price, I was disappointed that meat slices and bits were insufficient. I have eaten at other restaurants and normally find I am unable to finish my noodles and meat, but it was the other way around at Viet Nam House.
Still, a reasonably good variety of Vietnamese dishes to try out if you are at Woden and crave some hot soupy broth. See less
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