There's not many places you can eat in Yellowknife on a Sunday but thankfully this place was open. I had the #57 (spicy phõ) the soup was good but I've had better broth before.
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We came for dinner before one of our auroa night viewings. The food was nice and the service was quick. However, just don't pick the table closest to the kitchen and near the window as there was a hole somewhere and we were cold.
A friend took me out to the restaurant for the first time and I will definitely be back. The large bowl of noodle soup with a side of crispy spring rolls made for w perfect meal.
We had the unfortunate timing being there with a whole bunch of tourists off the bus. When we did get our food, it was not bad considering. The temperature of the soup noodle at least was proper. The lack of sufficient bean sprouts was explained...More
One of the best soups I have ever had. It was piping hot and a very large amount for the money. I added the hot sauce that was on the table in a red ketchup like container. It really made the soup come alive. It...More
The food is ok. It's good to have a bowl of hot soup noodle in the cold winter and this restaurant is the place to go. the fried rice noodle and the crab crawl was average. The location was good as well.
I found this place to be expensive. Granted all restaurants in Yellowknife are more costly because of their relatively remote locations but the food was not good. The beef was so tough that I gave up eating it and simply ate the noodles. And how...More
I had one of the most expensive pho noodle bowl in this place. Taste was okay and portion average but lacks the complexity of flavours found in other restaurant . Cost was 12 bucks plus 2 bucks for tea (usually free at other restaurants) plus...More