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Jul 18

Pho House, Buena Park, CA

 

 

I don’t think I’ve ever had Vietnamese pho noodle soup at a Korean-owned restaurant before. So I figured I’d give it a try to see if they can make it as good as Vietnamese pho restaurants. And my verdict? Not so much.

Pho House is owned and run by Korean folks but their menu has mainly Vietnamese food. Interesting. I find it even more interesting that their menu is written in only English and Korean, but no Vietnamese. Hmmm. 😛

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Anyway, they have different combinations of rice noodle soup – raw beef, brisket, meatballs, and chicken. The major difference between Pho House and other Vietnamese pho restaurants is that they have seafood (shrimp, squid, imitation crab) pho, something that isn’t really offered at Vietnamese pho houses. I guess they just wanted to be different. Another difference is that they give you an extra side of cooked white onion. That’s kinda cool, I guess, since I do like having lots of onions in my pho. 🙂

I chose the pho brisket one because the meat looked good on the menu. And it was. However, I thought the soup was a little bland. It was missing that charred onion kick.

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I like that their menu is enlarged on the wall – with pictures! They also serve other kinds of non-pho Vietnamese dishes. The fried rice looked good so I’ll have to try that next time – that is, if I decide to eat at a Korean-Vietnamese restaurant again. 😛

Pho House
5248 Beach Blvd.
Buena Park, CA 90621
(714) 994-1690

 

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