Vietnamese hotspot Pho & Bun has created the world’s most expensive pho, to raise money for Action Against Hunger…
What to Expect
The ‘Super Pho’ will be auctioned from 29 September at the starting price of £1,000.
Taking two months to prepare, a beef stock will be cooked for 72 hours using a whole leg of dry aged beef. Founder Andy Le and head chef Graeme Hibbs will use A5 grade Kobe beef which is priced at a whopping £600 per kilo – the most expensive on the market using two different cuts of beef to make tender beef and rare beef for the pho.
Pho & Bun will grow its own organic fresh bean sprouts, spring onions, coriander, and mint which will all be used in the dish. The fish sauce will be imported from Vietnam, worth £30 a bottle – Tam Duc Fish Sauce. The pho noodles will be made fresh on the day then hand cut to precision. White truffle will be the final touch. The winning bidder will also enjoy two starters, the summer roll with lobster and Oscietra caviar and the spring roll with Canadian crab, lobster and free range black pork.
The bowl will be big enough to be shared between two people!
Where to Bid
The auction will be live on Ebay from 29 September 2016 – 12 October 2016.
Once the winner has paid the highest bid, they will be given a few dates and times to choose from and they can head to Pho & Bun to enjoy the meal.
If you can’t afford to get in on the bidding action grab the Bò Tái – the rare beef pho for £9.50!
Get bidding here.
Pho & Bun | 76 Shaftesbury Avenue, London, W1D 6ND
Read more: Make summer rolls with Pho & Bun‘s recipe here