Vietnamese pancakes, grilled chicken with rice, prawn summer rolls, and various vegetarian and vegan dishes are among the wide range of options on the menu at a new Vietnamese restaurant in Lincoln.
Tina and Steve Huynh ran the Mandarin Chinese Takeaway in Saxilby for over 20 years and are now getting ready to open their next venture, alongside their daughters Celine and Jane, on Wednesday, July 15 – The House of Pho. It is located near the Odeon cinema in the building which used to house the Mad Turk.
In addition to a fresh, healthy, homemade and varied menu, the restaurant also has a bar licence and will serve drinks including Vietnamese-themed cocktails.
Fresh Summer Rolls – Tiger Prawn – also filled with greens, pickled vegetables, herbs and served with a side of rich hoisin peanut sauce for dipping. Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite
Vietnamese pancake, known as Bánh Xèo, filled with beansprouts, spring onions, sweet onions, fresh herbs and your choice of meat or vegetarian filling. Also served with a homemade chilli vinegar dipping sauce. Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite
It will initially open as a takeaway with delivery, collection and walk-in options with a limit on the number of customers allowed inside. Customers can order by calling 01522 262871 and the menu is available online here.
Tina and Steve Huynh, with their daughter Celine, inside their new restaurant The House of Pho on Wigford Way. Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite
Vietnamese grilled noodles with crispy spring roll and a choice of meat or vegetarian topping. Served with fresh herbs, salad, pickled vegetables, and homemade chilli vinegar dipping sauce with a topping of roasted peanuts and crispy fried onions. Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite
Grilled chicken with a side of fresh vegetables, homemade chilli vinegar dipping sauce and fluffy jasmine rice. Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite
The restaurant will operate every day with lunch between 11am-2.30pm and an evening service from 5pm-10pm.
Crispy Spring Rolls – pork & prawn (pictured) or tofu & vegetables. Served with lettuce and herbs to dip and a homemade chilli vinegar dipping sauce. Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite
Wok-fried flat rice noodles with beansprouts, onions, carrots, spring onions and seasoned with House of Pho sauce. Choose from a choice of meats or tofu and vegetables (pictured). Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite
A range of dishes available at House of Pho and the ‘Sen’ cocktail (mango vodka, cranberry juice and lychee liquor). Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite
The House of Pho will open as a full restaurant in the future and create up to 10 new jobs.
The House of Pho is located near the Odeon cinema in the building which used to house the Mad Turk. Photo: Steve Smailes for The Lincolnite
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