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The service is excellent and the pho is among the very best in Denver.
Excellent restaurant. Very friendly staff and some of the best pho that I've had in the Denver area. Also, try the egg rolls with vegetables. Highly recommended.
This is the best pho in town.
5 star all the way. Generous portions, lots of meat in the pho, and fresh veggies. Service is friendly and efficient. The egg roll appetizer is huge -- just about a meal in itself! Serious pho fans won't be disappointed.
Brkfst of champs
I wish I had kept my eyes shut the first time I visited Pho 555. I have never, EVER seen a more filthy carpet. I seriously thought the carpet was that thick rubber pad that cashiers have on the concrete slab behind the register. No. The carpet used to be light tan. Positively disgusting. Too bad because the pho is actually pretty good.
My first time was very good. The second time was less than satisfactory and the place was very dirty! Not likely to return!
Great Pho and other Viet menu items. Been here numerous times... great service. Can't go wrong here.
Mind blowing Pho, best ever without a doubt. Incredible meat and lots of it. Broth was great.
Superb pho. Best in Denver and I have gone through them all on this site. I continuously return to this place.
Their pho broth is very plain, flavor-less like water. The service was not as great as I anticipated. Conflicts between customers and waiters and customers between customers are very common. Also, the surroundings are a mess. Sorry, I'm not likely to return.
Wow, I had a pretty darn good experience at Pho 555 this week. Been wanting to try it out for a while after seeing some good reviews, but I don't get down to the hood much anymore. Usually eat pho in the burbs these days.
Arrived for a late lunch with 2 friends around 3pm on a weekday (May 2011). Place was pretty empty, only a couple of tables occupied. Seemed clean enough, and the place smelled good, like.......pho, lol. Our waitress was gorgeous. Some serious exotic VM eye candy. OMG, if the food wouldn't make me melt, than she certainly would. They had the typical chilled out VM soundtrack playing in the background. Things looking, smelling, and sounding good so far.
We ordered goi con, cha gio, I had a large bowl of tai chin nam, one party had com dac biet, and the other had bun thit nuoung.
Everything was all around good. Holy cow. No need to go into specifics. My friends, who can be very picky and overly mental with VM food, loved it. The only thing I can even suggest was not near perfect was the veggies served with the pho were not super fresh. Certainly decent enough, but just not totally fresh. My soup was good. Near perfect. This place is now one of my favorite pho joints in Colorado, and I've been to a lot of them.
I will definitely be back to this place again. Too bad it's way off my flight path though. If it's on yours, get yourself down there and eat some good food.