Pho One Vietnamese Restaurant

★★★★★
  • 11148 Westheimer Rd @ Wilcrest Rd

    Houston, TX 77042

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  • 713-917-0351

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Pho One uses only the freshest ingredients to prepare the tastiest spring rolls, bun and pho. The limeade is light and refreshing. The homemade French macaroons available in 15 natural flavors and flan made according to a French recipe are both excellent. Orders are taken at the table and customers pay at the register when finished dining. The owners are more than happy to explain the menu's dishes or make suggestions for any guests not familiar with Vietnamese food, The establishment is reasonably priced with good service.

I have had the pleasure of dining at Pho One on several occasions and have never been disappointed. The menu includes several types of Pho, rice and noodle dishes and Vietnamese style sandwiches. On my most recent visit, I enjoyed char-grilled pork strips on steamed rice with nuoc mam sauce. The rice was perfect, the pork had a great grilled flavor and the nuoc mam added a nice tangy sweetness.

The Vu family, owners of this family restaurant are very friendly and often seen serving customers. Kim Oanh Vu comes from a famous pho family, who owned one of the most famous noodle shops in Saigon in the 1960s called Pho Tau Bay. Vu's father ran the equally successful chain of Pho Tau Bay restaurants in New Orleans before Katrina hit. When the family relocated to Houston afterward, they brought all of their pho-making skills with them to Pho One. New Orleans loss is Houston's gain. Exquisite.

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Pho One uses only the freshest ingredients to prepare the tastiest spring rolls, bun and pho. The limeade is light and refreshing. The homemade French macaroons available in 15 natural flavors and flan made according to a French recipe are both excellent. Orders are taken at the table and customers pay at the register when finished dining. The owners are more than happy to explain the menu's dishes or make suggestions for any guests not familiar with Vietnamese food, The establishment is reasonably priced with good service.

I have had the pleasure of dining at Pho One on several occasions and have never been disappointed. The menu includes several types of Pho, rice and noodle dishes and Vietnamese style sandwiches. On my most recent visit, I enjoyed char-grilled pork strips on steamed rice with nuoc mam sauce. The rice was perfect, the pork had a great grilled flavor and the nuoc mam added a nice tangy sweetness.

The Vu family, owners of this family restaurant are very friendly and often seen serving customers. Kim Oanh Vu comes from a famous pho family, who owned one of the most famous noodle shops in Saigon in the 1960s called Pho Tau Bay. Vu's father ran the equally successful chain of Pho Tau Bay restaurants in New Orleans before Katrina hit. When the family relocated to Houston afterward, they brought all of their pho-making skills with them to Pho One. New Orleans loss is Houston's gain. Exquisite.

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Pho One is run and operated by the owners of the former Pho Tau Bay, that used to be in midtown New Orleans. The menu is just the same, and thank goodness! The vermicelli bowls are fabulous, and I've never had better pho. The vegetarian spring rolls are a must-try. Highly recommended.

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Pho One is run and operated by the owners of the former Pho Tau Bay, that used to be in midtown New Orleans. The menu is just the same, and thank goodness! The vermicelli bowls are fabulous, and I've never had better pho. The vegetarian spring rolls are a must-try. Highly recommended.

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Located on the westheimer and wilcrest corner, i found this restaurant right next to a japanese market.
The restaurant had opened a couple of month ago but it 's becomming one of my favorite!

The Food is always fresh and very tasty.there is a large choice of meal on the menu going from pan fried rice noodle ( one of my favs) to a large choice of rice platters and vermicelli salad .There are also a great choice of vietnamese po-boys sandwiches you can take out if you don't have time to dine in.
The rice noodle soup called Pho is the house specialty (owner's family has several restaurants in New Orleans) and is one of the greatest i've already ate.
The service is fast and the staff is always friendly even in the busy hours.

Surely a great place.

PROS: Great food, great staff
CONS: closed on sunday

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★★★★★

Located on the westheimer and wilcrest corner, i found this restaurant right next to a japanese market.
The restaurant had opened a couple of month ago but it 's becomming one of my favorite!

The Food is always fresh and very tasty.there is a large choice of meal on the menu going from pan fried rice noodle ( one of my favs) to a large choice of rice platters and vermicelli salad .There are also a great choice of vietnamese po-boys sandwiches you can take out if you don't have time to dine in.
The rice noodle soup called Pho is the house specialty (owner's family has several restaurants in New Orleans) and is one of the greatest i've already ate.
The service is fast and the staff is always friendly even in the busy hours.

Surely a great place.

PROS: Great food, great staff
CONS: closed on sunday

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