Cadogan Pho Shop 4 G/F 45-55 Cadogan Street Kennedy Town Hong Kong Tel 2817 0966 Grub: Vietnamese noodles, small dishes and snacks. Vibe: This is a small noodle shop. Being Vietnamese there is the inevitable splash of green - in this case, shiny tiles along one wall. The staff are friendly and happy to recommend dishes. Who to take: Anyone who likes Vietnamese noodles. What's hot: Cadogan Pho's menu harbours all the usual suspects - rice paper rolls, shrimp on sugarcane, lemon grass chicken wings and more. They are all reasonably priced so, if you're a group, you can order quite a few dishes. If there are only two of you, you might like to consider the appetiser platter which comes with deep-fried spring rolls, Vietnamese pork sausage and steamed rice-paper dumplings. The classic beef pho is made with a stock that is freshly brewed every day, using bones and herbs and a 'secret recipe', the menu boasts. The beef can be ordered rare, medium or well done, and if you are really hungry, you can order an extra portion of beef. If you are looking for a pho with a difference, the combo features beef, beef ball, stomach, brisket and tripe, and is a very filling dish all on its own. Other options include the 'four treasures' pho, which contains pork and shrimp. The Saigon curry is essentially a curry sauce that can be served with either rice or bread and a choice of toppings which include beef brisket, chicken wings, pork, lamb chops and soft-shell crab. Another dish well worth investigating is the green papaya salad with pork sausage. This is very similar to the famously spicy Thai salad. The Vietnamese version has fresh tangy flavours but leaves out the chilli. Desserts are the ubiquitous mango with sticky rice or coconut layer cake. To wash it all down, try an iced lime soda with mint and pomelo - totally delicious. What's not: The bright white tiles at the back of the restaurant. They are practical and easy to clean, but evoke the ambience of a bathroom. Cost: Standard beef pho is HK$28, the combo and the four treasure pho are HK$38, extra beef HK$15. Other noodle soups start at HK$25. Curries and salads are HK$35-HK$38. The wide range of snacks and starters are mostly under HK$35. Two people can eat very well for HK$150.