Wife and I found this place years ago and schedule our trips to NYC around either lunch or dinner (or both) ... wifey always gets the Pho (beef) but I mix it up ... everything we've ever tried is great & very economical !
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Pho is so simple, yet there are so many places that can mess it up. Grand Pho is solid, but not spectacular. Although all the traditional pho options are here, I feel like I can get better if I search it out. It's a little...More
We stumbled across this restaurant but would definitely go back. The food was clearly fresh, more pan asian than exclusively Vietnamese but quite possibly the chef/owner is Chinese Vietnamese because none of the dishes seemed out of place.Some of the best summer rolls i've had...More
We like this restaurant and visit it as much as possible. We had Vegetarian Spring rolls and Singapore Noodles. To this a glass of wine and a Singha beer. All was good and fine but it was so cold in the restaurant and the ceiling...More
This is a great little Vietnamese restaurant offering a break from the hubbub and pretension of Soho. Having been to Vietnam before, this felt authentic and the portions were generous and food tasty. I had the Tofu with vegetables and my partner the chicken curry...More
Strolling through Chinatown made us hanker (natch) for Chinese food, so we were a tad skeptical when our docent at the Museum at Eldridge Street recommended a pho shop. But she was spot on. Grand Pho's menu ranged from the eponymous Vietnamese soup to Thai...More
I stopped in for lunch on a whim to try some Vietnamese pho which I'd never had. The waitress was cold bordering on rude. She wasn't the least bit helpful in explaining anything. She left the check for $8.45 on the table which I then...More
So far, this place serves as the best Vietnamese in NYC for me. From the Pho, summer rolls, vermicelli noodles with beef, papaya salads and more - all are authentically served and very affordable. It's a great place for groups or for small parties to...More
This is a great Vietnamese restaurant known for its grilled meat over rice sticks. Also a great pho bo (beef stew), They also have a standout avocado shake. We have been going to this restaurant for 10+ years and it remains consistently good.