Eat Fuh, Marrickville, Sydney inner west

I thought I had tried all the pho places in Marrickville until I saw Helen from grabyourfork's post on Eat Fuh. After reading this post, I knew I had to tee up some time visit Marrickville soon. Eat Fuh is located on the northern end Illawarra road toward Marrickville road. It's funky hipster-like decor makes it stand out a bit more than the usual pho place where its usually some plastic stools and cans of colourful chopsticks.

When we went it was pretty busy so we had to sit in a the little corridor that leads to the toilet which admittedly is probably the worst table in the whole place but as we were craving pho we didn't really care too much. Service was a bit slower than other places but it wasn't too long before we got our dishes.

Hue style noodles -$15 - An interpretation of the classic bun bo hue dish. This one had a lighter, clearer broth and wasn't as spicy as the other versions we've tried.

Large Pho $14 - Large pho by all means should mean a huge whopping bowl of rice noodles and slices of beef, so when this bowl came out I was a little bit disappointed. Sure the bowl was bigger but the content didn't seem much more than the other medium sized phos floating around. Again, this broth was a tad lighter than normal but was tasty nonetheless. 

Condiments are DIY and come on this little rolling trolley (which I'm pretty sure is from Ikea). Handy to grab what you need and pass it along rather than having a bunch of condiments taking up space on the table.

Eatfuh Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


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1 comment:

  1. Haha! Finally a Vietnamese place where people who aren't Vietnamese will be able to pronounce the title of that dish properly huh? I'm looking forward to try this out though! I know a few restaurants in Sydney that do a great Pho and it'd be lovely to see the comparison!