Get their House Special!! It's a wonderful dish, loaded with many flavors seved on a bed of cho mein noodles!!
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The first thing that hits you is the smell of great food. And it tastes BETTER than it smells! House special fried noodles were very tasty, but the beef was a little tough. The wonton/noodle ph was superb! Fresh spouts were a nice plus.
We stopped into Pho Van after the nearby Pho Thinh hadn't brought our food 45 minutes after we'd ordered (see my review of Pho Thinh). We were hungry and grumpy, but Pho Van restored our equilibrium. We both had bun -- one with pork, one...More
I've visited most of the other Vietnamese restaurants in town and this is by far the best in terms of food quality as well as service. The atmosphere is cozy especially on a cold day. The service is friendly and the Vietnamese couple who own...More
A bit skeptical before ...but then the waitress greeted us politely and the whole experience going up. Restaurant is clean. The regular size Pho is enough. Brooth is delicious ...beef meat ball is soft and tasty. All the hot spices you need are available on...More
Went here after reading reviews and was very disappointed. I ordered the lemongrass tofu bowl, no onion and my son ordered the pho beef with extra beef and no cilantro. I got lemongrass tofu with extra onion and he got a bowl of broth, onions...More
We traveled hundreds of miles and wanted a good bowl of soup and that's just what we found. My Bun Bo Hue (red soup) was quite good and everyone enjoyed their different Pho bowls too. The restaurant was one of the cleaner Pho places I've...More