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wow what a weird place! Very nice, little too nice. Service was alright but we were the only ones there. Egg rolls were horrible and overpriced and soup was overpriced! Only place on Fort Collins and will suffice if need be. Do not make a special trip.
Nick and Kelly
We had tried going here about a year ago and found this place to be ok. We just went back and they improved on everything from veggies to meat. It was spot on. My wife and I loved it.
This place is absolutely great. I've been to a lot of the highly recommended pho restaurants in Denver and the surrounding area, and I've gotta say that Pho Duy in Fort Collins probably beats most, if not all, of them. The broth is always exceptionally well-flavored, and what makes the difference for me is the quality of their meat. It's good enough that you really don't need to dip it in anything, and they always cook the tendon perfectly. My only real gripe is that the only veggies they give to you to put as much in as you want are sprouts, lime, and jalapenos (the rest are put into the soup itself by the chefs). This is a minor complaint, though, as they never skimp on the remaining traditional accompaniments. I'm kinda surprised the other reviewer said they were overpriced, as you can get a nicely sized bowl of pho for around six dollars. Really a great place to go to.
Oh, and just a disclaimer: my review is based entirely off their meat options, as I never get any other kinds of pho or other items on their menu (besides the iced coffee with condensed milk, which is of course great).
I have been a pho fanatic for 20 years. I started going to Pho Duy about 5 years ago and have always been very satisfied with their Pho. Additionally, the spring rolls and peanut sauce are excellent.
I've been to a few other Pho restaurants and this one was very low in quality. It was dirty, broth below average, very little meat, and very little vegs. I will not go back :(
Pho Duy's depressing beef selection,"rare steak", deny's the broth any real flavor. The staff is polite, although I feel they are disorganized and their cuisine greatly suffers from it.
We have to drive all the way to Greeley, to get a bowl, and it's worth it.
I am not a "pho fanatic". I am an addict, but I do not get fanatical, to where any steaming bowl of water thrown at me is good, let alone pho. I eat pho so often, it's ridiculous. My wife is Khmer, so it is the one thing, we both love, and can without a doubt, agree on for a meal. We are originally from D.C., and anyone who has explored the Asian cuisine of the D.C. Metro area, knows where this is going. In comparison to some of the most authentic, well prepared bowls of pho to be served on the East Coast . Pho Duy, makes soup, they don't make Pho.