New ‘healthy Vietnamese’ restaurant to open in Sheffield and they’re offering free food
A Vietnamese restaurant is opening on Leopold’s Square in Sheffield and will be offering free food to customers on its opening day.
Pho – which is named after the famous Vietnamese dish that it will specialise in – will open its doors for the first time on Valentine’s Day (February 14).
And to celebrate the occasion, it will be offering free bowls of pho all day, until they run out.
Pho is a Vietnamese soup consisting of broth, rice noodles, herbs, and meat or vegetables.
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The restaurant will serve both meat and vegetarian versions of the famous south east Asian dish, as well as a full vegan menu.
A number of other styles of Vietmanese food will also be on offer, including curries, salads, soup and rice bowls.
Pho will be located at at 6 Leopold Square, Sheffield, S1 2JG.
There are many Phos across the UK, including Manchester, Liverpool and Leeds.