Pho 75

Row 1

Details
1721 Wilson Blvd (at N Quinn St)
Arlington, VA 22209
(703) 525-7355
Noodles, Vietnamese, Asian
$
Hours
Mon–Sun: 10:00 AM–9:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Cash only
  • Cash-only and cafeteria-style, Pho 75 is consistently lauded for the flavors of its beef broth. It's also a lunchtime favorite for nearby office workers. [Eater 38 Member]
  • From the amount of meat and noodles to the quality of the broth, everything here is done brilliantly. I like the #1 to get all the variety of toppings, don't forget to order the meat rare.
  • Enhance any of the phos with accompanying plates of bean sprouts, basil sprigs, lime wedges, and jalapeos or with a dollop of the Sriracha chili sauce found on the tables.
  • there was a horrendous line. but it was worth it.
  • BEST PHO. a must ever time I'm in the area
  • Cafe sua da or Vietnamese coffee, like an espresso, it's delicious.
  • #11! No doubt.
  • small #15 w/ cooked sprouts, xtra lime and cilantro... make sure to order their coffee :)
  • Order one of the 17 varieties of soup and get an overflowing bowl of broth over rice noodles and strips of steak, brisket or meatballs; its up to diners to pile on bean sprouts, basil and jalapeno.
  • Good for colds and GREAT FOR HANGOVERS. The hot tea helps too.
  • Poor customer service? I swear to god I saw a guy walk in, tell the server what number he wanted before he even sat down, and was eating 3 minutes later. They may not be friendly, but they are genies.
  • Served cafeteria-style at lightning speed, Pho 75 delivers with consistent, big bowls of flavorful broth and delicate noodles. - June issue 2012
  • Best pho in the dc area (I recommend number 15). The drinks are bizarrely entertaining, including salty lemonade and iced salty plum.
  • Pho 75 is easily the best Pho close into the city. If you want either metro accessible or no more than a few minutes away -- this is my go-to place. Perfect for warming up on a cold winters day.
  • Little known fact: You can request a slightly less fatty broth by asking for "clear broth" or if your Vietnamese is on point, "nuoc trong". Just as delicious.
  • Best pho anywhere. Bring cash. Don't get the large unless you're REALLY hungry.
  • Go to Pho 75. Accept bad service and enjoy the wonders of their pho. Large bowl, whatever you want in it.
  • Go to Pho 75 and get a regular (or large) number 15 (with steak). Better than chicken soup if you have a cold!
  • Probably the BEST pho I have ever had! It is a bit of a wait (about 20 min) but so definitely worth it! The brisket bits were just right, the noodles so light, the veggies so fresh! A must try!