Reviews

Pho Bang New York
Reviewed from Google

4.2 out of 5 stars

Tom Xiao
Tom Xiao

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Overall a very good experience. I ordered the weekend special noodle and it was excellent. They gave me plenty of meat and it was very fresh! Wish they gave me more noodles but it's fine. I ordered extra portion so there is that.

Service could be better here but as is the case in many Asian restaurants that are busy, YOU NEED TO BE LOUD!

Sammy
Sammy

4 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Good Vietnamese restaurant located in chinatown. Food tastes amazing! We tried few dishes and really love it. The grilled beef on vermicelli and the spring rolls are really good. Feel like eating in Vietnam.
The atmosphere is ok.
The service is ok.
Weve been there few times. But they only accept cash which u should be prepared. But if u dont there is an atm machine.

Yihsuan Lu
Yihsuan Lu

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Many people told me that good pho can be found here and I do like it. For a small sized woman small is good but not super filling, beef came with generous amount. The salt lemonade is pretty refreshing but for personal taste I wished it come with more lemon.

One thing to notice is it’s a cash money restaurant, if you are a person like me who only bring a 5 dollar cash in wallet, there is a atm inside the restaurant but with extra transaction fee.

Ropl
Ropl

4 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

If you are a carnivore you WILL love this, but if you are Bun Bo Hue fans, you won't....
Came here on a Friday where this dish is only on 3 days--Friday, Sat & Sun. The place was hopping busy. The entire time I was there and when I left people kept coming. By comparison the Pho Bac across the street which has slightly higher rating on Google was mostly empty when I passed by.
Anyway I've eaten plenty of Bun Bo Hue including some in Hue, Central Vietnam, the version here is absolutely nothing like what I had before.
Typically this dish commonly found ingredients are pigs blood & knuckle, tendon sometimes, special spices etc. Here's it's just sliced beef brisket, oxtails and beef shanks (and lots and lots of it). Don't get me wrong the aroma, flavor and taste were excellent but it more resembles like a spicier pho dac biet than BBH. Though I initially really enjoyed my dish which at 17+CAD was very good value but towards the end I felt like the guy from BeardMeats Food trying to finish an enormous dish. This is the only time I didn't finish the meat in ANY Vietnamese restaurants. As tender as the shanks were, it's just too much. See photo.