vietnamese rice noodle soup. the soup that eats like a meal. rice noodles in beef broth, with scallions, cilantro, onions, and types of beef as toppings. usually served with side of raw bean sprouts, mint leaves, and a slice of lime. gotta eat it with sriracha.
i went to pho king with my friend the morning after we got drunk.
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sierpień 25, 2004
One of the best traditional food in Vietnam. It smells delicious. Also, it's very easy to make it home. However, if you want to enjoy the real Vietnamese taste, you can go to any Pho restaurant. Its price is pretty cheap, just $4.95 for small bowl or $6.95 for big bowl. But I am sure that you will be full just by eating small bowl. Comparing to other food which is servered in other restaurants, Pho seems like the best.
Dude, I wanna eat something?
Ok, let's go to Pho restaurant and you will like that
Vietnamese rice noodle, usually eaten with Sriricha hot sause and Hoisin sauce. The broth is usually homemade, by boiling chicken stock in water. The meat which can be found in pho can be virtually anything: pork, beef, tripe, chicken, barbeque... When served with beef, the beef is usually left raw, for the broth will cook it while in the bowl.
At restaurants, it is only served in three sizes:
Small = Large
Medium = Supersize
Large = Bathtub
Long story short, best damn food ever. If you ever try to eat a bowl of pho, try not to burn yourself, and eat it fast.
The first time I tried a medium, I puked.
The noodle expands while in the broth, so you have to finish it off pretty quick.
The 'o' in pho is pronounced like the 'u' in ugly, while asking a question: what the pho?