Their Beef Pho ($7.50) might not be the most affordable dish you can get at Johnson Eatery, but it was definitely good value for money. This sizeable bowl came generously filled with rice noodles, beef slices, a beef ball, white onion, spring onions and culantro. Contrary to popular belief, ‘culantro’ isn’t just an alternative spelling for ‘cilantro’. Even though it tastes very similar, culantro’s flavour is much more intense. With black soya sauce, Vietnamese chilli sauce and fish sauce all being offered to me, I wasn sure what to eat my pho with! Que’s cute little infographic, “How to eat your pho, eat like a Viet”, really helped to clear my confusion.