Advertisements

My First Experience of Eating Pho in Chinatown

My First Experience of Eating Pho in Chinatown

So yesterday for the first time I had pho and I must say it was one of the best things that I have ever tasted. Pho for people who may not know, is  a vietnamese noodle soup consisting of broth, herbs, rice noodles, and meat.   The soup that is primarily served with deliciously seasoned chicken or beef.  Below is a picture of my meal from last night which was the “beef and brisket pho”.    I  was able to snap a pic of my delicious bowl of heaven before it was gone lol.

image

I got this delicious meal from a little restaurant in Chinatown called “Vietnam House”.   Located on 901 Race Street, the restaurant gives you an at home vibe.  Along  with very relaxed customers and friendly staff to top it off.  So if you live in Philadelphia, definitely get yourself some pho or  some delicious asian cuisine in Chinatown. You won’t regret it!

Advertisements


Leave a Reply

4 Comments on "My First Experience of Eating Pho in Chinatown"

Leave a Reply

Sort by:   newest | oldest | most voted
Tami
Guest

Omg i LOVE pho, greattt post girl ??

Francesca Balogh
Guest

One of my favorite dishes!

Jeff & Crystal
Guest

We will be visiting Philly in June, and China Town is one of our stops. Thanks for sharing. Now we will have to give it a try.

wpDiscuz