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Noodles tangling around every component unguarded. Meat simmering beneath a mixture of mouth-watering broth. Fresh herbs floating about. Squeezes of lime perking up the flavor of all ingredients. A bowl of Pho has to be just right
Delicious Pho can be delicate or rich-tasting, spicy or subtle. Its success lies in a balance of well-made broth, noodles, beef and accents. It has to steam up against your glasses to ensure just the right temperature at the right time.
All the components are artfully arranged with bright chopped cilantro and scallions scattering on top. A separate plate filled with a grand variety of fresh basil, bean sprouts, slices of jalapeno, and a wedge or two of lime. Sriracha, hoisin and other sauces on the table are for personalizing your own broth or for dipping the meat.
Here at Pho Viet, in addition to Pho Bo, we feature other finest naturally flavored Pho noodles with low-calorie, delicious soups to give our customers a complete, nutritious and well-balanced meal.
The beef Pho came from Hanoi, Vietnam and was influenced by French traditions. Some proposed the Pho was from the French feu (Fire), as in the classic boiled dinner pot-au-feu, which the French colonialists introduced to Vietnam.
Pho is regarded as an everyday soup, which can be consumed at anytime during the day, by anyone of any social range or status. If it’s super hot outside, you could eat a steaming bowl of Pho for a sauna-like purge. If it's freezing cold and overcast, you could eat Pho to warm up.
Pho is also known to be rich in vitamins and plays an important role in the staple diet, heath, and morale of the Vietnamese people.
Many of our customers have an obsession over our Pho Bo, the beef version. They tend to ask how our tasty broth is made while embracing Pho as a fast food meal. A well-made bowl is all about the broth, and that means simmering bones and meat for hours on end along with charred ginger and onions, star anise, cloves and other warm spices.
Garnishing Pho is like putting together your own hamburger—you can have it your way. So, before putting any Pho into your mouth, add your own finishing touches. You can dunk your grand variety of basil, bean sprouts, and slices of jalapeno, into your steaming bowl of Pho with squeezes from a wedge or two of lime. Then dive in with a two-handed approach: chopsticks in one hand to pick up the noodles, the soupspoon in the other to scoop up broth and other goodies. Hence it’s time to put your head down and start slurping with lips poised just inches above the bowl. And to top it all off, you can dip your meat in the Sriracha and Hoisin sauce to deepen the flavor.
Enjoy your Pho here at Pho Viet and you’ll be par of a special culinary
and cultural transformation. We are proud to serve you only the jewels of the Vietnamese cuisine.