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8 Best Pho Restaurants in New York!

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Pho is a wonderfully delicious Vietnamese soup made from flavorful broth, herbs, meat, and rice noodles. And New York is home to some innovative varieties that are sure to satiate your taste buds. From Brooklyn to Saratoga Springs, here are some of the best pho restaurants in New York.

Banh Mi Place, Brooklyn, NY

Banh Mi uses fresh ingredients for their pho, ensuring the quality of your dish every time you come through the door. You can order your choice of beef, grilled or shredded chicken, grilled pork, pork chop, plain noodle, and tofu pho. And if you’re thirsty, Banh Mi has a large selection of bubble tea options!

Pho Queen, Schenectady, NY

At Pho Queen, you can have your choice of beef, chicken, duck, pork, or tofu. The Kuai Tiao Nam comes with beef, chicken, or pork and is served over bean sprout and rice noodles. You can also order the Kuai Tiao Ped, which has duck, Chinese wolfberry, five-spice powder, Thai herbs, and many other ingredients served over rice noodles. Best of all, Pho Queen’s sauces are available for purchase to take home and cook with on your own.

Phila Fusion Noodle Bar, Saratoga Springs, NY

All of Phila Fusion’s pho is consists of rice noodles and an aromatic broth, served with basil, bean sprouts, cilantro, mint, lime, onions, and scallions. You’ll have your choice of adding beef brisket, beef eye round, seafood (which consists of fish ball, scallop, shrimp, and squid), shredded chicken, tofu, and vegetable to ensure you get a dish you’ll love!

Pho Mekong House of Noodles, Utica, NY

Pho Mekong’s noodle soups come in regular, large, and extra-large—fitting for any appetite! You can order something as elaborate as their noodle soup combination Pho Tai, Nam, Gau, Gan, Sach, or something as simple as their Pho Ga (noodle soup with shredded white chicken meat). They’ve got an entire page dedicated to noodle soups, so there’s no need to worry about whether or not you’ll have enough to choose from.

Pho Cali, Elma, NY

Each pho entrée at Pho Cali comes with a side of basil, bean sprouts, jalapeno slices, lime, and spirit weeds (an herb native to South America, Mexico, and the Caribbean, better known as culantro). They’ve got fourteen different pho dishes, each with their own unique combination of ingredients. Their meats range anywhere from rare beef slices to brisket to meatballs—fitting for anyone loving beef done a specific way.

Pho Dollar, Buffalo, NY

Pho Dollar offers only traditional Vietnamese pho. They serve a variety of a pho, from Pho Bo Kho (flank, tendon, and carrots) to Pho Do Bien (crab meat, fish meatballs, scallops, and shrimp) to Pho Chin (beef noodle soup with brisket). Everything on the menu is available for both pickup and delivery (so don’t fret if you’d rather just eat at home in your pajamas and not leave the house—we’ve all been there).

Pho Yum, Albany, NY

Pho Yum’s savory soups are made in a flavorful beef broth and served with their hoisin and sriracha spicy sauces. These beef, chicken, shrimp, tofu, and vegetable dishes are finished with black pepper, cilantro, onions, and scallions. Pho Yum makes sure that their vegetarian pho is cooked in a separate vegetable broth, so there’s no cross-contamination or worry of accidental meat consumption!

Saigon Spring, Clifton Park, NY

Saigon’s dishes are priced at around $10, so you’ll definitely get your money’s worth. They serve pho with a range of ingredients from beef to mussels to hue pork and even oxtail. Saigon Spring is closed on Monday, so make sure your visit is planned for a day for one of the other six days of the week!

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