Betoya launches “Chilled Pho”, a limited summer product for 2012!

June 3, 2024

Vietnamese pho specialty restaurant Vietuya will launch a summer-only product, “Chilled Pho,” at its Vietnamese pho specialty restaurant, Vietuya, on June 6, 2012. Pho in Vietnam is usually served in a warm broth, but Betoya has developed an original “chilled pho” that is easy to eat even in the hot Japanese summer, while taking advantage of the original features of pho. There are two flavors: shrimp and chicken. The dish is refreshing and refreshing, just like chilled Chinese noodles, a staple of summer in Japan.

Chilled Pho Overview

Pho noodles, the national dish of Vietnam, are chilled and topped with a variety of ingredients such as vegetables, ham, chicken or shrimp (either one). It is served with a refreshing and rich sauce based on Vietnamese soy sauce. The cold slurp, moderate acidity, and plenty of colorful vegetables make it a refreshing meal even during the rainy season and hot summer, when appetites tend to wane.

  • Key points of chilled pho (1)

A marriage of fresh pho noodles and special sauce!

  • Point (2) of chilled pho.

A healthy dish that provides plenty of vegetables!

  • Key points of chilled pho (iii)

You can enjoy two different flavors of shrimp and chicken!

◆Main ingredients


avocado (Persea americana)

coriander (Coriandrum sativum)


Vietnamese Ham


Namasu (vinegared radish and carrot)

Shrimp or chicken

*Subject to change without notice


Cold pho (chicken) … 1,200 yen (tax included)

      (Shrimp) … 1,200 yen (tax included)

Drink set 1,350 yen (tax included)

◆Sales period

Thursday, June 6 – Saturday, August 31, 2024

Available at all Tsukiji, Hongo, and Tameike-Sanno branches!

This year, we encourage you to try “chilled pho” to get through the rainy season and summer!