Phomo at the waterfront eating precinct at Barangaroo is by the team behind Me Oi in Strathfield.
To ensure standards liv up to Me Oi’s reputation chef Sonny Nguyen is in charge of the kitchen. He brings the Vietnamese flavours of Sydney’s south-west to the city.
Nguyen does a mainstream, traditional pho – heavily spiced, using roasted aromatics and a 12-hour boil. Make sure you add the chilli relish on every table; it’s homemade.
The menu consists of pho, spring rolls and a short selection of mains. Some of the most popular dishes from Me Oi on the menu include crispy-skin chicken, vermicelli salad and curry chicken. There is a Vietnamese-street-food tapas-style menu at night with a simple bar offering (Vietnamese beers and small wine selection).
The tapas style suits both Ph?mo’s patio (most of the restaurant is outside but covered by the Streets of Barangaroo’s awning) and the Barangaroo waterfront.
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