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Very Very good food, fast & friendly service
My favorite pho in the DFW area so far.
In the late 90s I would have given it 5/5. The restaurant was sold around then and the broth is somewhat different and the staff is less attentive.
It was perfect. Now it's merely very good.
I completely agree with the last review. From 1999 to 2000 or so I ate at this restaurant at least once a week, but haven't so much the last few years because it seems to have changed subtly. The spring rolls are still excellent (in Dallas only beaten by Pho 95 in Garland). Pho Huy's big bonus is that they have a meatless soup on the menu (who knows what's in the broth, though). The staff is completely unfriendly (to white folk at least - the only place I've been in DFW that's particularly friendly is Noodle Bar at Coit/Campbell in Richardson). Nevertheless, I have to give them good ratings overall.
The peanut sauce for spring rolls has gotten pretty rank. I've tried it a few times, still hoping for the old days, but it's now watery and of questionable content. Generally, though, the pho here is still good.