Phở Grand

277 Grand St (btwn Forsyth & Eldridge St)
New York, NY 10002
(212) 965-5366
10:30am - 11:00pm
10:30am - 11:00pm
10:30am - 11:00pm
10:30am - 11:00pm
10:30am - 11:00pm
10:30am - 11:00pm
10:30am - 11:00pm



  • That awkward moment when you try to order in Vietnamese but they only speak Chinese.
  • Grilled chicken pho is the tits.
  • The #1 is what everyone comes here for, but if you're like me and just want good slices of beef in your Pho - no extra pieces you cant identify floating around - #9 is the way to go!
  • The best pho is *eaten in* instead of taken out, when the pho soup is steaming hot and you throw in raw meat, pho noodles, and bean sprouts. Pho #7, #8, #9 are great (semi-raw beef and tendon).
  • Get the spring rolls. Wrap them in lettuce with a sprig of mint and dip. Goes down nicely with a Tsingtao.
  • Delicious Pho, perfect for a rainy night.
  • PHOrget the pho and move onto the shrimp vermicelli.
  • Great hangover cure - the pho. Ask to have the beef on the side so it doesn't overcook.
  • Great Pho, but the vegetable dumplings are truly special as well. Homemade and perfectly pan fried.
  • Tired of American style brunch? Take a trip to the far east instead!!
  • If it's your first time here, get the #1 pho Xe Lua - their signature dish, add a little the house hot sauce, perfect comfort food for winter.
  • #115 is delish.
  • Pretty good pho, tons of seating here
  • can bring your own alc even if though they have wine/beer
  • Get any of the pho in a large, as it's only $1 more than the medium. Adventurous eaters should order bowl #1, which has all the toppings.
  • Amazing pork dumplings! Grilled pork on tiny rice stick is worth trying. Try also Carmel fish. Actually everything I ate here so far was delicious.
  • Solid pho, perfect for a cold winter day! The grilled pork vermicelli is great if you're looking for something refreshing
  • Get the tendon brisket pho. Put as much chili sauce as your bowl can hold...that stuff is delicious!!
  • They really know how to make pho here compared to a plethora of pho places I've tried around the city. The broth is absolutely perfect--fresh and tasty.
  • Lol, whoops... This /was/ the seafood pho. Very mild flavors. Lots of fresh veggies. Good for any true omnivore or just after a very long day.

Nearby places

6 Delancey St (at Bowery)
379 Grand Street (at Norfolk St)