The restaurant which is named after the Vietnamese national dish will open its doors this Friday February 14 in Leopold Square.
Pho already boasts 29 venues across the UK, but this will be the very first South Yorkshire site.
However Sheffield is not unfamiliar with the Vietnamese cuisine by any means, with many independents popping up all over the city in recent times such as Five Rivers in Crookes,
and Hi Vietnam on London Road.
The owners of Pho restaurant, Stephen and Juliette Wall opened Pho in June 2005 after they travelled to Vietnam and fell in love with the food.
13 years later, Pho is still a family run business and continues to serve up healthy, freshly cooked Vietnamese street food including the famous Pho soup as well as curries, salads, soup and rice bowls.
Pho is the Vietnamese national dish, and is served in bowl filled with broth, rice noodles, herbs, and meat — typically beef. The soup is served with a side plate of fresh herbs and sauces to add as the diner wishes to suit their taste buds.
To celebrate the opening on Friday, Stephen and Juliette will be holding a free Pho day, where free bowls of pho will be served to diners all day — while they last!
Pho is at 6 Leopold Square, city centre. To see the menu or learn more about the restaurant, please click here.