Pho Phu Huong

★★★★★

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Every Saturday night, with few exceptions, my family and I visit Pho Phu Huong, Pho meaning noodles in Vietnamese and Phu Huong meaning something else cool. The restaurant has a fire-red and yellow sign beneath the D train bridge in 86th Street. Go for a full night of fun, date, grab a bite here and hop on the train to nearby Coney Island before it goes bye-bye forever.

You may think every Vietnamese restaurant in NYC is the same-- not Phu Huong. To the back is a big screen TV playing the latest, hippest music videos. A cutie in the front makes all your drinks from watermelon smoothies to avocado shakes. Ever had a kumquat-club soda? Or delicious French-Viet iced coffee? How about a three-colored icey?

The waiters are all friendly and helpful. The food is affordable, delicious, and in great portions-- try their classic number 3, a Dac Biet (special) noodle soup with beef broth, noodles, and delicious sliced meat. Try their spring rolls, or vinegar fondues in the wintertime. My personal favorites are the beef cubes fried rice, golden delicious rice and medium-rare beef cubes, as well as their spicy and sour salmon fish soup and their egg pancakes! The seating is comfy, the atmosphere is great, bathrooms are clean...

Come to Pho Phu Huong and become a regular like me! :)

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★★★★★

Every Saturday night, with few exceptions, my family and I visit Pho Phu Huong, Pho meaning noodles in Vietnamese and Phu Huong meaning something else cool. The restaurant has a fire-red and yellow sign beneath the D train bridge in 86th Street. Go for a full night of fun, date, grab a bite here and hop on the train to nearby Coney Island before it goes bye-bye forever.

You may think every Vietnamese restaurant in NYC is the same-- not Phu Huong. To the back is a big screen TV playing the latest, hippest music videos. A cutie in the front makes all your drinks from watermelon smoothies to avocado shakes. Ever had a kumquat-club soda? Or delicious French-Viet iced coffee? How about a three-colored icey?

The waiters are all friendly and helpful. The food is affordable, delicious, and in great portions-- try their classic number 3, a Dac Biet (special) noodle soup with beef broth, noodles, and delicious sliced meat. Try their spring rolls, or vinegar fondues in the wintertime. My personal favorites are the beef cubes fried rice, golden delicious rice and medium-rare beef cubes, as well as their spicy and sour salmon fish soup and their egg pancakes! The seating is comfy, the atmosphere is great, bathrooms are clean...

Come to Pho Phu Huong and become a regular like me! :)

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