The "small" banh mi, or Vietnamese sub, was also hefty, but the paltry filling of grilled pork and pickled vegetables, though tasty, got lost in the oversized, squishy-soft bun. A stir-fried dish of egg noodles, assorted meats, seafood, and tender-crisp Chinese broccoli also left us rather uninspired, but those with plainer tastes would have sighed happily. Next time, we're looking forward to trying one of the hu tieu (pork and noodle) soups and the canh chua, a sweet-and-sour soup with rice. A slew of stir-fried entrees served over rice round out the menu.
I'm hoping that Pho House outlasts both the Fat Philly's signs and their departed predecessors. I have some serious soups to investigate.
Mon.-Sat. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.- 9p.m.