Vietnam Restaurant

Traditional Vietnamese Food in Charlottetown

VIETNAMESE FOOD, CHARLOTTETOWN, PEI, Canada, Pho Vietnam Restaurant

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Spicy lemongrass chicken combines lemongrass, fresh chiles, and garlic. Marrying these ingredients together infuses the food with an enticing aroma and deep flavor. Chicken is perfect with these fragrant spices and makes this common dish a staple on the Vietnamese table.

Fried rice

Green or white tea infused with Lotus, Jasmine, Chrysanthemum, Artichoke, Kudingcha, Aglaia, or Trà Sói. Traditionally, Vietnamese tea drinking is considered a hobby of the older, more learned members in households and in society.

A plate of Vietnamese jasmine rice  fried with seafood and chicken is a great accompaniment to any meal. This delicious combination is sure to delight any taste.


Vietnamese spring rolls, or “Nem ran” or “Cha gio”, the Vietnamese interpretation of spring roll, is what spring roll should be.  These rolls are filled with ground pork, and other fresh ingredients such as shredded carrots, vermicelli, and green onion.  When one dips spring roll with fish sauce, the end result is an utterly delicious and mouth-watering experience.  The crunchy and golden brown exterior adds another plus to the overall experience.

Fresh rolls

Vietnamese steamed jasmine rice served with grilled pork-chop or grilled chicken is delightful and filling experience.  The taste is even further enhanced by fish sauce, fresh vegetables and mints. Come to Pho Vietnam Restaurant in Charlottetown, PEI

Jasmine rice

Chicken wings

Vietnamese Sub

Lemongrass

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Traditional Tea

Spring rolls

For an Asian-inspired meal, one ought to try fresh rolls.  With fresh vegetables wrapped in rice paper, these Vietnamese fresh rolls are a refreshing appetizer. They are great as a cool anytime appetizer, and are delicious dipped in either fish sauce or peanut Hoisin sauce.

Vietnamese sub is a nice and awesome break from the traditional sandwich.  It is a product of French colonialism in Indochina, combining ingredients from the French (baguettes, pâté, jalapeño, and mayonnaise) with native Vietnamese ingredients, such as grilled chicken or cold-cuts cilantro, cucumber, and pickled carrots.

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Vermicelli

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Often enough, simplest things can come together and be amazing.  It is the case of Vietnamese vermicelli dishes.  Each component on its own seems rather simple – vermicelli, vegetables, herbs, chicken or beef or spring rolls. However, when they are all together in a bowl and some fish sauce is added in, the new mixture is all about complexity, balance and extravaganza taste. It is warm and cool, sweet and salty, fresh and tart all at once.

Crunchy chicken wings marinated in special spices and served with golden brown PEI potato is a great appetizer for any moment of the day.