Pho Den Vietnamese restaurant serves various Vietnamese dishes. Check out the Pho Den Vietnamese Burnaby Edmonds location review below.

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Pho Den Vietnamese comes with some complimentary free sauces that you can get. I wasn’t aware of it until I looked at the online menu. The free sauces are chili oil and hoisin sauce. The chili oil is a little spicy and the hoisin sauce is sweet.

Pho Den Vietnamese Deep Fried Pork Wonton Appetizer with Sweet Chili Sauce (Price: $6 for 5 Pieces)

We got the Pho Den Vietnamese Deep Fried Pork Wonton Appetizer. It comes with a little bit of marinated tangy carrots and radish. It is served with sweet chili sauce. We got the 5 piece portion and its normally priced at $6 for 5 pieces. However, they had an online order special deal where you can get it for $4 for 5 pieces. All you have to do is order an entree item and order on your phone. They will then bring your food out. Inside these wontons, its just pork. They are really tiny and there wasn’t really anything special about them.

Pho Den Vietnamese Pork Spring Rolls with Fish Sauce Review & Price (Price: $5 for 2 Pieces)

Next, we got the Pho Den Vietnamese Pork Spring Roll. It is served with fish sauce and a little bit of tangy carrots and radish. It comes with 2 pieces of spring rolls and price is $5. There’s some vermicelli and pork inside these spring rolls. Unfortunately, these ones are not wrapped with the Vietnamese rice wrappers. They used the Chinese spring roll wrappers. These spring rolls taste ok but they definitely taste better than the pork wontons. Also, its a lot better value compared to the wontons.

Pho Den Vietnamese Pho Dac Biet House Special Beef Noodle Soup Review & Price (Price: $12.75)

The entree we got was the Pho Den Vietnamese Pho Dac Biet House Special Beef Noodle Soup. It comes with brisket, flank, tripe, beef ball and rare beef. There’s also some garnishes like cilantro and white onion. There was also beansprouts, lemon wedge and peppermint that you put into your Pho soup noodles. You can also get your beansprouts blanched which means they partially cook it quickly in hot water. That way, its not completely raw even when you put it in the soup. Price for this is $12.75. Its quite a reasonable price for restaurant quality as food courts sometimes sell noodle soups at $13-15 these days. The soup taste pretty good and the noodles and protein were not bad either.

Overall, the Pho soup was pretty good. The appetizers weren’t that good and I wouldn’t recommend ordering them.

Pho Den Vietnamese Burnaby Address & Location

Pho Den Vietnamese restaurant is located at 6401 Kingsway #120, Burnaby, BC, V5E 1E1, Canada. There is free parking at the back but that’s usually full. However, there is free residential parking within walking distance.

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