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Pricey and yet it's not even that good. The broth was ok but not much meat as compared to other pho restaurants.
Phở Eating K
Of the 3 phở restaurants at this intersection, this is the one to keep coming back to. The broth was sublime and my only gripe would be that it was not hot enough (but I like my broth lava hot). The subtle flavors of star anise combined with the cooked bone was delicious! The greens were abundant and crisp and fresh, plenty of meat (the tendon was beautifully cooked) and the noodles were proportional to the bowl and well cooked. All of the condiments were on the table, wait staff were very kind and checked in on you, and the place was CLEAN!
I know I'll definitely be back!
I eat here almost everyday for lunch. It is by far my favorite on the north side of town. They currently have the lowest price on a large that I know of anywhere! I dont know what anonymous was talking about overpriced, mmmmmm delicious!
The best Pho I ever have in my life beside a lot of choices in the Menu.Let try and you wont dissapointed.
My wife and I eat here almost every week. Im a Pho fan but my wife came here for grilled meat noodle bowl B2. We just move from California, and Pho Mai is the best in colorado. :)
TOMMY AND LESLEE
My wife and I eat here often. We only eat the Pho Gai (vegetable Pho in a vegetarian base). The noodles, tofu, and vegetables are spectacular. Everywhere else uses beef or chicken based broths. Pho Mai rocks. Pho Mai Phoever!