Highcross is delighted to announce that Pho, a Vietnamese street food restaurant, will be joining the centre's diverse and exciting dining offer this autumn.
Popular across the country, Pho already has 22 restaurants located across the UK. However, Pho's arrival in Leicester signals the first time the brand has opened a store in the East Midlands, bringing its tasty Vietnamese cuisine for all to enjoy.
Pho is the healthy Vietnamese street food restaurant group started by Brit husband and wife team Stephen and Juliette Wall. They opened the first Pho in London in 2005 after quitting their jobs, travelling around the world and being inspired by the incredible street food in Vietnam – primarily the country’s national dish, pho. Pho (the dish is pronounced FUH, the restaurant is pronounced FOH) is the Vietnamese national dish, an aromatic, nutritious and delicious rice noodle soup served with a side plate of fresh herbs to add as you please.
As for the rest of the menu you’ll find amazing sharing starters, spicy salads, wok-fried noodles, fragrant curries, Vietnamese beers, a fabulous wine list, fresh juices and cocktails made with premium imported Vietnamese spirits.
General Manager at Highcross, Jo Tallack commented: "We're excited to confirm the addition of Pho restaurant to Highcross. The new restaurant marks a further enhancement to the centre’s growing dining offer and brings a new cuisine for our visitors to enjoy."
Due to open in autumn, Pho will be taking up approximately 2,100 square feet on the corner of Shires Lane and High Street, where it will trade alongside other dining and leisure brands including Byron Burger, TGI Friday’s and Carluccio’s.