PHO TO SHOP New Menu is So Authentic It's a Vacation to Vietnam

By That's Shanghai, December 9, 2020

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Award-winning Vietnamese restaurant since 2014, Cyclo has been a pioneer in bringing the authentic flavors of Vietnamese cuisine in Shanghai. With their continued passion and hard work, the Cyclo team opened up PHO TO SHOP in October 2019. A fast-casual Vietnamese diner located on the bustling street of Wuding Lu in Jing’an, PHO TO SHOP is the neighborhood’s go-to when it comes to banh mi, pho and everything in between.

During the first anniversary party of PHO TO SHOP this past October, the city witnessed the biggest pho eating challenge. Ten pho lovers competed to devour their XXL Pho, a 2.8kg bowl full of delicious beef, noodles and soup. 



If you missed PHO TO SHOP’s great event, don’t fret. You can now indulge in a warm bowl of XXL Pho on their newly updated daily menu. Gather your friends and share the heartwarming Vietnamese flavors all day and night to keep you cozy this winter. 

Aside from XXL Pho, check out an exclusive dish available only at PHO TO SHOP and Cyclo...

Beef Red Wine Noodle Pho  

The only one of its kind in Shanghai, the signature Beef Red Wine Noodle Pho is inspired by the French dish Boeuf Bourguignon. Its aromatic flavors are filled with spices of savory herbs and red wine. In Vietnam, it is eaten with noodles. With the influence of French cuisine, freshly baked bread is also a great pairing for the soup, while another option is to enjoy it with rice. 

Vegan Options

Eating healthy shouldn’t involve sacrificing good flavors. New vegan-friendly dishes have been added to the menu for flavorful and nutritious meals. 

1.-Steamed-Rolls.jpgSteamed Mushroom & Vegetable Rolls 

Tofu Vermicelli with Vegetable Rolls

3.-Amok-Mushroom-Curry.jpgAmok Cambodian Mushroom Curry 

4.-Vegan-Tofu-Banh-Mi.jpgTofu Banh Mi   

5.-VeganSoup.jpgVegetable and Tofu Vegan Soup 

Something Sweet

For your sweet cravings, they have brand new desserts in the lineup. Specially created by their confectionary experts, each dessert reflects Vietnam’s sweet flavors. Try the classic Vietnamese dessert, Mango Sticky Rice, or indulge in the newly added desserts: Popcorn Caramel & Vanilla Ice Cream, Mango & Coconut Tapioca, Creme Caramel and more! 

Mango Sticky Rice 

Popcorn Caramel & Vanilla Ice Cream

Sweet Potato Tapioca Che 

Lotus Seed and Longan Sweet

Get Caffeinated

Vietnam’s culture is deeply rooted in a robust history of coffee production and consumption. As the second largest coffee bean producer in the world, Vietnam has created a variety of coffee flavors and styles. 

Vietnamese coffee distinguishes itself with its significantly bold and bitter flavor. Vietnamese coffee starts with the unique brewing process using the “phin” filter, a metal tin that slowly drips coffee upon adding hot water at the top. As the hot water drips and turns into coffee, it settles in a glass with sweetened condensed milk to balance the strong flavor. 

And voilà, a classic Vietnamese coffee with condensed milk (ca phe sua). 

Vietnamese Coffee with Condensed Milk - Enjoy it hot or cold

Another take on coffee in Vietnam is the egg coffee (ca phe trung). First made in Hanoi, egg yolk was substituted for milk in the 1940’s when cow's milk was scarce. Egg yolk is whipped with condensed milk to create a light froth to mix in with the coffee. Today, this version is popular around the county. 

Hot Egg Coffee

To spoil your modern-day taste buds, here are more flavors to choose from...

Iced Caramel Coffee 

Iced Bubble Coffee 

With all the new delicious food and drinks, there’s plenty of reasons to stop by PHO TO SHOP now for a great Vietnamese culinary experience with friends and family.


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