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This restaurant sets the standard for Pho restaurants. I have been going there almost since it first opened. It use to be a very tiny place that could only seat about thirty folks. It has since more than doubled in size, but has not lost it's quality of product or service. I went to live in London for two years, and whenever I went back to Boston, I had to make a stop here for some Pho. I now live in Socal, and can't wait to get back to Boston for some real Pho. I highly recommend this place to all. This is the original Pho Pasteur. The other locations don't have the same feel. Try it you'll love it and become a Pho convert!!
This is the best Pho place I've been too. I think also that this particular branch is above the other ones. It's one of the cleanest and nicely decorated ones I've been to and service is actually a bit better than your usual Asian restaurant. It's a very popular place for both the American and Asian crowd. They have a large menu, so if you're not interested in Pho, you have a lot to choose from. There's also good sinh to (shakes) that is a must have. There are a lot of varieties of Pho to suit your taste and the sizes are what you'd expect. The broth is very clear adn flavorful. They give plenty of meat. The vegetables are healthy looking. For overall satisfaction, I'd go to this place over any other place I've been to in the country from NY to CA, Canada and Vietnam. I'm Vietnamese, so I've had my share of Pho. Enjoy! :-)
All around, Excellent!!!!
I highly recommend it!
Excellent broth and meat. The optional mixed fresh vegetables you can have added into the soup really turn the pho into an outstanding full meal. There is an extensive menu of other food, which we did not try, but as a pho place this was excellent.