Vietnamese street food restaurant opening in Milton Keynes shopping centre

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    A Vietnamese street food chain is set to open its first restaurant in Milton Keynes.

    It has been confirmed that Vietnamese street food chain Pho is set to open a brand new restaurant in centre:mk.

    The 4,133 sq ft restaurant space will seat around 100 customers and will offer healthy, Vietnamese street food. Restaurant goers will be able to choose from a range of options such as phở soup, spring rolls, fresh salads and tasty desserts.
    Founded by Stephen and Juliette Wall after travelling in Veitnam, Pho now has 36 sites around the country with their first branch opening in Milton Keynes soon.

    Stephen Wall, Co-Founder of Pho said, “We’re really happy to be opening in Milton Keynes as we’ve been looking for the right opportunity for some time, and this location in centre:mk couldn’t be better. We can’t wait to open our doors and welcome the centre’s visitors and showcase the brilliant food of Vietnam.”

    Centre Director, Kevin Duffy, said, “We’re very excited to welcome another fantastic restaurant to our huge line up of international cuisine. We know that our guests will love Pho’s menu of fresh, vibrant and authentic Vietnamese food.”

    Pho’s new restaurant will open on Silbury Arcade opposite Queen’s Court at centre:mk on Tuesday 27th June.

    The news comes as the centre sees a wave of brand new openings including Asian-inspired Itsu.

    Several fashion stores have also moved to the centre, with H&M recently opening a brand new fashion and home shop and Mango and Reiss announcing new stores coming soon.

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