|Austin Vietnamese Restaurant | Pho Saigon Noodle House|
|Monday, 21 June 2010 00:00|
Phở or precisely pronounced in Vietnamese language as 'fur' is a famous Vietnamese noodle soup is originated from North Vietnam. Better known as the trademark of Vietnamese cuisine outside Vietnam, Pho is popular in United States especially the locations with strong Vietnamese community. The soup is usually prepared from beef broth and served with rice vermicelli. It is also offered with other fresh accompaniments like basil leaves, lime wedges, bean sprouts and peppers.
Located at Austin Chinatown Center in North Lamar Blvd, Pho Saigon is always bustling with diners especially on weekends and attracts some patrons of MT Supermarket as well. Besides the highlight of pho, this restaurant also offers egg noodle soup, chicken noodle soup, vermicelli and steamed rice platter with a long list of variations in addition to the common Vietnamese appetizers and desserts such as fresh rolls, egg rolls and bean pudding.
|Last Updated on Monday, 21 June 2010 13:10|