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Posted by j on 2011-10-04
pho is excellent. atmosphere isn't anything to write home about. not a date spot. but if you're wanting good pho, don't hesitate.
Posted by manny lo on 2011-08-01
First of all, I've been going to this place for 20plus years and one thing is constant, the food is great!! I don't go there to smile, I go to eat with my wife and son.... its near all areas of chinatown/little italy and its food warms the soul, trust me!
Posted by Peter on 2010-05-17
I would not recommend this place unless you enjoy being yelled at, having your food thrown in front of your face and being rushed. I only tried to place because Pho Grand is temporarily closed due to a fire in the building. The pho here is good but defi
Posted by Rachel on 2009-11-16
The food here is great. Super Vietnamese. I had a great sweet n sour shrimp soup.
Posted by Thy on 2009-08-28
I've been to all the Viet restaurants and this pho is my favorite. I haven't tried much else here, except for the vietnamese desserts and coffee. I know pho and Pgo Bang makes it the way I like it.
Posted by Downtown Diner on 2009-03-12
The pho is very good and very reasonably priced. However, I felt my chicken was awfully sweet and overseasoned -- I'm sure it pleases some people. Also, I must say, it's cheap but more expensive than similar restaurants three blocks away in Chinatown.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-01-24
I've definitely had my share of pho, and this is by far the best in Manhattan. The best broth, the best noodles, perfectly fresh herbs and sprouts. I eat here at least once a week. Be sure to try the Vietnamese spring rolls, they're fantastic. If you
Posted by epoh4 on 2007-11-06
Took my mom here recently. A very discerning and picky eater when it comes to dining out - and not familiar with Vietnamese food. Can't personally say if Pho Bang is the most authentic of the Vietnamese restaurants in Chinatown - but my mom had the ph