• Aniseed Pho

    Aniseed Phở is directed towards a healthier life style. Here you can taste many Vietnamese style delicacies such as Phở, vermicelli, French Style sandwiches, Vietnamese spring rolls and rice paper [open]

  • Aniseed Vietnamese-French Cuisine

    The restaurant locates on West Guangyuan Road in the district of Xujiahui. It is not a big restaurant but with cozy and intimate settings in Vietnamese style. Authentic Vietnamese delicacies [open]

  • B Real

    Pho Real's little sister, playing more with Vietnamese sandwiches than noodles.[open]

  • Mr V

    Vietnamese sandwiches[open]

  • Nam-1975 (Closed)

    Cheerful hostesses in traditional Vietnamese dress welcome your arrival to this cozy, atmospheric restaurant and lounge. [open]

  • Pho Asia

    Sister venue to Thai Loft, these prices are still cheap as chips and the food worth its cost.[open]

  • Pho Co Vietnam

    Housed in an old villa with a beautiful terrace, expansive courtyard and waitstaff dressed in Ao Dai costumes, Phoco evokes the sights, sounds and tastes of a colonial-era Hanoi street. [open]

  • Pho No. 1

    One of Shanghai's more successful Vietnamese establishments, this chain of cafes serves up authentic flavors, from noodles to coffee, in a no-fuss environment.[open]

  • Pho Season

    Pho Season is a small Vietnamese restaurant located on quiet DaGu Rd. It's simple menu offers the essentials of Vietnamese cuisine and a few Thai dishes. Discover the fresh and [open]

  • Pho Sizzling

    While all of the flavors are not truly authentic, the pho is one of the best in town and the sizzling plates live up to their name.[open]

  • Pho. 8

    As the name suggests, this restaurant's signature dish is Vietnamese pho. However, it also has a variety of other Southeast Asia dishes on the menu.[open]

  • Phoking - Closed

    Shanghai’s hippest joint for great selections of pho and other Vietnamese dishes, This stylish venue is the answer for the most flavorsome pho broth in town. Menu also features [open]