Pho Street

17 King William Walk , London, SE10 9JH

Pho Street London restaurant south east London

SquareMeal Review of Pho Street

The unstoppable Vietnamese trend has resulted in this new casual diner in Greenwich. From the people behind Pan Asian cheap-eatery Noodle Street in Westferry, Pho Street is named after the famed Vietnamese dish. Positioned in the scenic surroundings of the University of Greenwich and Cutty Sark, take a break from a British cultural overload with a dinner of bao buns, taro fries, banh mi baguettes (a variety of breads are available) and fruity bubble teas. Naturally, the specialty is steaming bowls of pho, so be sure not to miss the signature lobster version. Grab a bowl to eat in, or take it away for a stroll around the esteemed area. 

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Nearby Tube/Rail Stations

Cutty Sark Station 276m

Cutty Sark Tube Station 276m


Address: 17 King William Walk , London SE10 9JH

Area: Greenwich

Opening times

Mon-Sun 11.30am-10pm

Nearby Landmarks

Greenwich Theatre 113m

Greenwich Picturehouse 208m


Telephone: 020 8858 6956


Cuisine: Vietnamese

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