A POPULAR Vietnamese street food restaurant has announced the location of its second site.

Pho, a much-loved eatery in Edinburgh, is set to open a new restaurant on Renfield Street, Glasgow.

To mark the opening, they will offer a “Free Pho Day” to all customers from midday on March 8 until stocks run out.

The venue will be Pho’s second site in Scotland, following the success of their restaurant in Edinburgh, found in the St. James’s Quarter.

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Pho, which was founded by husband and wife team Stephen and Juliette Wall has become popular for its menu of "aromatic, nutritious and delicious" rice noodle soups and "stunning" variety of Vietnamese street food.

The Glasgow restaurant will be set in the former Moss Bros. shop.

Following the restaurant’s launch, Pho’s full menu will be available for locals to order on Deliveroo for delivery or click and collect from Monday, March 18.

Libby Andrews, marketing director of Pho commented: “Glasgow has been on our radar for some time and we are so excited to finally become a part of the city’s vibrant and diverse community. Hopefully Glaswegians will love what we have to offer!”