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Pho Grand

Map & Directions 277C Grand St.
New York, NY 10002
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212-965-5366
  • Vietnamese
  • Daily 10:30am-11pm
  • All Major Credit Cards
  • Takeout, Delivery
  • Dinner, Lunch
  • Beer/Wine
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • Street

Description

Village Voice's Description

At what may be the best Vietnamese in town beef shines, mainly in French-leaning preparations. Bo nuong vi is particularly tasty, thin slices of very red beef sauteed tableside in butter, then wrapped in rice paper sheets with mint leaves and pickled carrots and radishes. Squirt on the chile sauce. The pho itself is similarly spectacular, based on an aromatic broth in which five-spice powder predominates, a mega-bowl rife with rice noodles and an assortment of beef cuts, some identifiable, some not. Pick the version called xe lua.

 
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  • Holly C. on 11/29/10

    If it's your first time here, get the #1 pho Xe Lua - their signature dish, add a little the house hot sauce, perfect comfort food for winter.

  • Angela W. on 04/23/10

    Get the spring rolls. Wrap them in lettuce with a sprig of mint and dip. Goes down nicely with a Tsingtao.

  • Ronan K. on 12/23/10

    Grilled chicken pho is the tits.

  • Megan D. on 07/02/12

    That awkward moment when you try to order in Vietnamese but they only speak Chinese.

  • Zane L. on 07/20/11

    Its pronounced 'Ching-Dow'. (Tsingtao)

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