Updated: November 07, 2018
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Bia Hoi Chop Serves Some Tasty Spicy Pho in Nakano, Tokyo


Bia Hoi Chop is a Vietnamese restaurant only 6 minutes away from Nakano Station. A lot of Vietnamese restaurants in Tokyo use dry noodles to make their meals, however, if you're looking for authentic Vietnamese cuisine, you should stop by Bia Hoi Chop in Nakano.

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Bia Hoi Chop in Nakano

Bia Hoi Chop is a Vietnamese restaurant only 6 minutes away from Nakano Station. It's sister shop in Koenji, Chopsticks, is said to be the first restaurant in Japan to use non-dried noodles. Since the noodles are chewier, it really changes the game for pho!

The Most Popular Item: The Pork Stew Spicy Pho!

The pork stew spicy pho is 780 yen or 980 yen as a lunch set.

This is the most popular item at the restaurant.
You can order the soup as a set with:
A. half-size chicken rice & tea (lotus tea or oolong tea)
B. fresh spring rolls & tea (lotus tea or oolong tea)

Chicken Soup For The Soul

The broth is made with Miyazaki chicken and is complemented with Hokkaido kombu, the stewed pork gives the broth a deep umami taste.

They then add China's famous 5-spice powder to really bring out an enticing taste.

More spices!

Have you heard of Vietnam's Sate? It's an oil made with garlic, onions, lemongrass and chilli peppers. Adding it to pho, really brings a delicious spiciness, but be careful not too much as it is very spicy, unless you like to live dangerously.

Chewy Noodles Made With Japanese Rice!

The noodles are freshly made with Japanese rice, which makes them smooth and chewy. It's really a game changer!


Imagine two pieces of juicy pork which has been slowly cooked in anise, cinnamon, ginger and coriander. As soon as you take a bite, the ever-so-tender meat melts in your mouth. This is what umami dreams are made of.

Chicken Rice

With the A lunch set, you also get to try a half portion of chicken rice. And is it ever delicious! The rice is made with chicken stock and it really gives out a delicious smell. The chicken is tender and juicy, and the sauce will get you hooked.


If you would like to try authentic Vietnamese cuisine, you should head by Bia Hoi Chop in Nakano!
Lili Wanderlust
I love travelling and discovering new cuisines. Japan has a panoply of local dishes to try. I also love yoga, coffee, reading, and cycling.

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