Pho to open second Scottish restaurant in Glasgow

27th February 2024 | Jack Oliver

Vietnamese street food restaurant Pho is set to open its second restaurant in Scotland in central Glasgow next month.

The operator will occupy the former Moss Bros store on Renfield Street, and follow on from a successful debut north of the Scottish border at St. James’ Quarter in Edinburgh.

Accommodating around 100 covers, Pho in Glasgow will offer an extensive menu featuring the likes of summer rolls, savoury and spicy curries, and wok-fried noodles alongside a variety of pho – a beef brisket noodle soup in a 12-hour bone broth, healthy ‘supergreen’ soup, or a hot and spicy prawn soup.

The restaurant will be offering a ‘Free Pho Day’ from midday when it launches on 8 March.

Libby Andrews, Marketing Director of Pho commented: “Glasgow has been on our radar for some time and we are so excited to finally become a part of the city’s vibrant and diverse community. Hopefully Glaswegians will love what we have to offer!”

Last week, it was reported that Pho is looking to open between six and seven restaurants in 2024. Work is already underway for Pho to open at the former Doner Shack unit in London’s Baker Street in April, whilst another restaurant is set to open at the former RBS bank unit in Norwich in the early summer.


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