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As the name would suggest, pho is the house specialty at this budget-friendly neighborhood spot, with quite a few different variations. But because there are... More »
Tucked into one of the best strip malls in the Valley - where there are a handful of other Asian restaurants, as well as a Korean grocery store - Dragonfly... More »
Among people who love real-deal Vietnamese food, Da Vang has quite the following. It's been around for 18 years and is owned by the Ly family. The vibe is friendly and... More »
The perfect combination: authentic, brilliantly flavored Vietnamese food in a clean, contemporary setting. Prices are the same as typical... More »
A few things set Pho Avina apart from the usual bare-bones, strip-mall ethnic joint. The cheerful decor is one; the exhaustive menu is another. Along with standards like... More »
Way-cheap, very satisfying Vietnamese eats, in a pleasant, casual environment that features red umbrellas hanging upside down from the ceiling and blue walls hung with... More »
The capital of banh mi in AZ, banh mi being those Vietnamese submarine sandwiches crafted with crusty French bread and filled with any number of items including pork... More »
Leave it to chef Johnny Chu to open downtown's first sake bar. Like Fate, his former eatery, Sens has an urban-globetrotter aesthetic, although it's more... More »
Rice Paper is unquestionably stylish: a renovated small home with exposed brick walls amid a gray and white color palette, miniature chandeliers, and lacquered-wood tables and chairs that fill the main room and enclosed porch and spill onto a patio where the sounds of Seventh Street traffic mix with lively conversation.
And if you're in this midtown neighborhood and willing to...
I mourned the loss of Pho Bang restaurant even before it closed last year.
For many years, the longstanding Vietnamese eatery at Camelback and 17th Avenue was my go-to place (in that part of the Valley, anyway) for a steaming, soul-satisfying bowl of pho, a cheap, filling rice dish, or even just a snack of summer rolls and a strong iced coffee. I'll always remember the faded...
A lot of excitement about the Metro light rail has revolved around the easy new connection between downtown Phoenix and downtown Tempe. And when it comes to dining options, that's definitely a good thing, whether you're a commuter, a student, or just a foodie-about-town. Hop off the train in either area and you'll stumble upon all kinds of eateries, from tried-and-true favorites near ASU, such...
At the recommendation of a friend, I ate here a week or two back and had a very pleasant experience. The restaurant itself was quiet, the waitress was very friendly and had some great recommendations, and the food was delicious. I got a huge serving of shrimp wanton soup and I loved it.Read Full Review
Unphogettable is an AWESOME restaurant! The Spring Rolls are amazing and I especially love the seafood Pho, which is labeled as S-2 on the menu. My family and I eat here at least once a week. Give it a try!Read Full Review
This place is part bar, part pho restaurant. It's open until 2am so you can staunch that Pho craving even when it's late at night! When you enter, to the right is a bar with tables in the middle and the booths along the left hand wall. They have a pretty decent selection of beer on tap including Heineken, which isn't commonly found on tap. There is a good...Read Full Review
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