St. Louis Pho - CLOSED
St Louis, MO 63116
Riverfront Times' Description
An unassuming Vietnamese restaurant in an old Burger King, St. Louis Pho will impress you with its vibrantly flavored dishes. Its namesake dish, the traditional beef-noodle soup, is outstanding, the broth so richly flavored you might not even want to doctor it with fresh herbs or lime juice. Among the standout “House Special” dishes are lemongrass beef with fiery hot chiles and a chicken curry reminiscent of both Indian and Thai cuisine. Several pricey seafood dishes (a whole lobster and Dungeness crab) are also available.
Tips from foursquare
Spring rolls and try the St. Louis beef pho
Ownership has changed, as has all of the dishes!!
RFT 2012 Best of St. Louis Winner - Best Vietnamese Restaurant http://bit.ly/TgS4DO
The Bun Thit Nuong Cha Go is a big hit, with caramelized barbecued pork, tender sliced egg roll, and a fresh salad on a bed of rice vermicelli enhanced by a light, vinegary sauce. (Betha Whitlow)
This place has the best shrimp egg rolls and ask for fish sauce with it! Sounds weird but yummy!
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