Pho (pronounced “fah”) is a Vietnamese noodle soup that soothes the soul and warms the bod. It’s a flavor party in your mouth consisting of a complex and savory broth, rice noodles, fresh herbs and veggies, and a variety of meats.
It’s so pho-reaking pho-nomenal it’s not even pho-nny, pho real. Ok ok, we’ll stop. In this week’s issue, please enjoy our top picks for pho in the Sun City!
Pho Tre Bien Bistro
3737 N Mesa St, El Paso, TX
“The chicken breast pho is my favorite and I like to give it some fire so I add the fresh chile garnish, red chili sauce, and some Sriracha. By the way, pho is the best hangover cure.” – Eddie P.
Pho So 1
11360 Montwood Dr, El Paso, TX
“My mother, brother, and I ordered the #8 and #7A, the rare beef Pho and spring rolls! All of it was really very good! The first thing I noticed was the smell. It was so yummy smelling and I wanted to scarf it all down… Everything was cooked perfectly!” – Ally M.
1355 George Dieter Dr, El Paso, TX
“I ordered the brisket and meatball pho with a side of Vietnamese spring rolls. The broth was flavorful and fragrant… I thoroughly enjoyed the fresh taste.” – Ivan T.
6940 N Mesa St, El Paso, TX
“Great place for pho… I had the eye-round beef pho and spring rolls and my wife had the brisket and top round pho. The meat was good, the sprouts, cilantro, basil, and jalapeños were fresh, and the soup was flavorful.” – Mark V.
1201 Airway Blvd, El Paso, TX
“The pho was amazing and their portions are huge… I liked it so much I dragged my husband there the following week. I’m getting hungry just thinking about it.” – Liane F.
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