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Pho Bac Hai Duong

6 Reviews
(02) 9559 5078

Marrickville

NSW, 2204

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Marrickville,

NSW, 2204

Pho Bac Hai Duong

Hai Duong Restaurant serves the finest Vietnamese cuisine in Marrickville including hot pot, duck, crispy pancakes, pho (Vietnamese noodles) and more. A BYO venue, Hai Duong Restaurant also has a take away service, and is open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner.

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Contact details

(02) 9559 5078

Dining Options

  • Take-Away
  • Eat-in

Cuisine

  • Vietnamese

REVIEWS (6)

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Easternian
LOCAL STAR
1271 Reviews
OVER a year AGO

PHD is one of many Vietnamese restaurants in Marrickville that are getting frequented by a lot of customers. The restaurant has a limited space with just enough room for tables and chairs and passageways, but not enough to make you feel comfortable. The red-laden ambiance which I suppose would give the restaurant its Asian atmosphere makes the shop feel even smaller. I was brought to this restaurant by my friend. A lot of people there ordered their pho ...read more

ChristinaCo
OVER a year AGO

Think this place is trading as PHD same as the other on Marrickville Rd. Food is great I enjoy it for a casual after work dinner when I don't feel like cooking. The staff are really nice and remembered me from a previous time when I left my jacket there.

Dr Joe
OVER 4 years AGO

When I visit Marrickville, this place is top of mind. And when I sit down at the table, the only thing I will order is the Ph Beef Special. You can't go wrong with Ph from PHD (Pho Bac Hai Duong). This place is crowded every weeknight while the other nearby restaurants are empty (not to say that the other restaurants are bad, but that this place is at the top of their game).

tigster
OVER 5 years AGO

Tried their 'Medium Rare Pho Dai' small today and apart from it being as pricey as 'Pho An' from Bankstown, everything else went down hill from there. The soup was not hot, the meat was dry, old (edges were dark) and well overcooked, the soup was overpowered with fish sauce, couldn't taste much else of that pho herb flavour. A huge let down. I probably went on a bad day but even so, to charge $9 - $13 a bowl I would expect the same consistency as 'Pho An'.

ChloeRobot
OVER 6 years AGO

I can't say whether this is the best Pho place in Marrickville - because it's the only place I've been (about 10 times!). With $10 Pho that's as fresh as anything - you'll keep coming back too.Very old school, hole in the wall - but worth it!

BESbswy