The food tastes okay, the neighborhood is scary and the price is not cheap. You can get a better price and better food at other Vietnamese restaurants nearby in Little Saigon like Pho 2000.
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This place is my weekly routine. If only they'd open for dinner too! The Cafe Sua Da (iced Vietnamese coffee with condensed milk) is a must order and great for the asian-kopi-missing souls. I had a piping hot bowl of Pho with rare beef slices...More
The place doesn't look appealing, tables lined up under bright white light and an ugly yellow tiled floor. For those familiar with traditional Pho restaurants you should get excited now. And yes, the bowls come in the typical sizes, the broth is delicious and you...More
I am a pho lover, and I try to eat pho wherever I travel - by far, this one was the very best pho!!!!! The restaurant is very clean, the owner is very attentive and friendly, the portion is very big. We went there twice...More
So. Flipping. Yummy. Bun Boe Hue was just the bomb, really tasty and filling. Portions are generous (even my hollow-legged teenage son couldn't quite finish his), and the old guy who seats you and takes your order is very funny and charming. Bring cash --...More
Super prompt service by comical older man that runs the place. My grandparents used to have a Vietnamese restaurant but closed when my grandfather passed. It isn't the same, but this place does the trick.
We came here for our first meal after landing in San Francisco and we are so happy we did! We each got the pho tai (rare sliced beef). The beef was super thinly sliced which is exactly how we like it because the meat is...More
We enjoyed our lunch at this local spot. Not the best neighborhood, but once you're inside, it's clean and friendly. The portions were generous and the pho was some of the best we've ever had!
Pho lovers in the San Francisco area look no further; this is the place to go. The establishment itself is clean, although it may not be a lot to look at, but once you get passed that and you remember what you are there for...More
I love this place, its a no fuss place in a bad part of town and is quite rough round the edges but the pho they serve is fantastic. Its the best pho i've had in San Fran with a great tasting broth, perfect noodles...More