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Seriously: their pho is #1. Good prices, great broth, and the best soft tendon I've ever had. Their pho was a weekly staple of my diet until my office moved! (Large non-pho menu, including coffee/tea drinks, desserts, and boba drinks.)
Go get a cup of ramen. Save your money and it tastes better.
The best pho in Maryland is Pho Nam.
Wow! this place rocks, Pho + smoothies + beers and an outstanding bartender from Vegas, can't find a pho joint that has diverse mix and contemporary vive...
Just had my first bowl of pho here. Delish! The best part was Kenny, the manager/bartender from Vegas. He spent about 20-minutes with me going over the basics of pho, and was so helpful and friendly, including recommending a good beer to go with it. I will be back to try other Vietnamese dishes as this was my first try!
Zagat rated - must be some good pho!
I love pho and this restaurant gives you the atmosphere and the taste to enjoy pho to the greatest degree!
Place is ok but not for their pho - the other food is better actually. Its something about the broth isn't right.
Broth is flavorful, but sometimes greasy. Goi cuon tastes "fishy." Service is excellent one day and rude the next. Pho Nam is a lot more consistent, so I go there instead.
I've tried all the other spots, but always return to Pho #1. Great pho, great atmosphere and service, and full bar with Loose Cannon (local) and Cheng. Yum!