Vietnamese Cuisine starts with fresh food trade markets in select cities of Vietnam.
The family is from the Vinh Long Province of Vietnam.
Fresh ingredients is the main ingredient in Vietnamese Cuisine.
Featuring authentic Pho
Phở is a Vietnamese beef and noodle soup served hot. The noodles in Phở are made from harvested rice. It is served with fresh basil, lime, bean sprouts and peppers which are added to the soup by the customer. Pho is served in a bowl of clear beef broth with thinly cut slices of beef. Variations of Pho include well-done flank, rare steak, chunky flank, golden brisket, tendon, beef tripe, charbroiled meat, tofu, meatball, chicken and shrimp.
Phở originated in Northern Vietnam in the early 1900s and was sold by vendors. Phở is known as a Vietnamese dish, but has French and Chinese influences. There are several variations of Phở depending on the region the recipes are derived from. It is geographically divided into 3 regions: northern, central, and southern regions.
You can dine in as well as take out!
For take out orders add .25 cents for containers.