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I have surfed the Net just to know what anyone says about Phobac, a Vietnamese Restaurant whose three branches are now located in Robinson Manila, Robinson Ortigas and Glorietta. I was really surprised at the same time I am saddened to know that nobody talked about this Restaurant in one of the most popular media of communications and sources of information  of our time.  For me, I consider Phobac as my favorite and the best Vietnamese Restaurant so far. I love very much its Cambodian and Saigon soups. Recently, when we went to Glorietta we were overjoyed to discover that the Phobac Glorietta Branch, after months of being closed due to Glorietta Explosion Controversy,  is now open and serving the public.  We wish Phobac more power, more patronage and more branches in due time!

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Other foods available in pictures Zao is offering:

Fresh spring rolls

Fried Spring Rolls

Fried Catfish

Salt and Pepper Squid

Source: Ripdiet.blogspot.com

I love Vietnamese foods particularly their soup. I developed this taste when I spent my vacation in Palawan several years ago. Earlier, the only Vietnamese restaurants I knew were: Phobac (favorite) and Pho Hoa. I was surprised to know that there is another one in Eastwood in front where the band plays in public. The name is Zao Vietnamese Cafe. Without hesitation, I decided to try what my newly discovered Vietnamese restaurant can offer to satisfy my longing for Vietnamese foods. I went home that night not only full but quite satisfied.

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