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5 Places To Get Your Pho On in North Dallas

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By Rachel Renea, NewsCastic

Dallas may be a long way from the Orient, but one of the cultural gems of that region has been imported and has taken off as the next Dallas food craze.

We’re talking about pho, the famous Vietnamese soup made with rice noodles, herbs and meat. This delicious delight from Asian cuisine can be served in a multitude of ways and is as filling to your stomach as it is warming to your soul. Best of all, it’s kind to your wallet. And while Dallas may have any number of delicious restaurants serving up a killer version of this dish, we’ve focused our search to the North Dallas area.

Big fan of this mouth-watering dish? Time to get your pho on.

Pho Pasteur

Pho Pasteur in Richardson rounds out any best of pho list throughout the Dallas metro. The restaurant has a clean, sleek interior and is best known for its beef and meatball pho. This comfort pho is served in a delicious beef broth that will satisfy your appetite until breakfast the next day. The restaurant also offers a super bowl that will over stuff your gills.

Pho is for Lovers

This Dallas pho hot spot has three locations to get your soup on β€” Greenville, Addison, and Allen. The restaurantΒ is best known for its seafood pho, which is served in a shellfish broth that is slow-cooked for 12 hours and chalked full of seafood favorites. Yum! Also providing a fun group atmosphere, this place offers t-shirts and mugs for sale.

Pho Bac

Another Richardson pho restaurant, Pho Bac is all about the food. You won’t get bells and whistles on the atmosphere at this dated strip mall location, but the pho, the pho, man. One bite and we think you’ll agree that in this case, it’s what’s on the inside that counts.

Pho Que Huong

With several locations in Dallas, including Addison and Frisco, Pho Que Huong offers a combination pork chop, chicken, and seafood pho called the P9 that is delectable enough to catch the attention of food critics the world around. However, the restaurant seems to be flying a little under the radar so far. Expect the atmosphere to be clean and simple at any of the locations you visit. Very low-key nom noms.


La Me Restaurant

Richardson makes the best North Dallas pho list again with this Vietnamese restaurant. This place offers a quaint, cozy atmosphere that almost feels like a coffee shop or bakery with a brick wall and warm decor. The pho is second to none though, and although you can build your own pho, we highly recommend the pho ga, which is a chicken-based pho broth filled with savory chicken breast.


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