Wulugul Walk 33 Barangaroo Avenue
Phomo is all about pho and authentic Vietnamese food with a modern twist. Heading up the kitchen is Executive Head Chef Peter Wu, well-known for being chef/owner of Vietnamese venues such as Hem Nine Nine in Glebe, and Mama Linh’s Vietnamese food truck; and also has experience at venues like Chef’s Gallery, Mejico and Kid Kyoto.Phomo's lunch menu offers 6 types of pho, as well as rice paper rolls and salads; while the dinner menu incorporates Vietnamese-style tapas plates with Mexican, Japanese and Chinese influences, and a more extensive list of mains.With front row seats to the harbour, Phomo offers a casual, relaxed dining experience, where you can soak up the final rays of the afternoon sunshine, Hanoi beer in hand, and embark on the authentic Vietnamese food safari you've been longing for.
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