Ha Noi Vietnamese Kitchen

Row 1

448 9th St (at 7th Ave)
Brooklyn, NY 11215
(718) 788-7755
$ $
Mon–Thu, Sun: Noon–10:30 PM Fri–Sat: Noon–11:30 PM

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  • They use high quality ingredients to make their delicious pho. I always opt for the Pho Combination Special (pho dac biet) which comes with beef balls, brisket, rare steak, tendon and tripe.
  • The Banh Mi's are absolutely delicious. I recommend the Classic (Vietnamese ham & ground pork) topped with mayonnaise, cucumber, julienne carrots & radish with cilantro on a delicious crispy baguette.
  • Get the pho with grilled pork! This place is awesome.
  • Pho here is waaaay better than Hanco's
  • Delicious banh mi sandwiches - the classic is a must-try. So so good. Great pork spring rolls and super yummy pho. Everything we've tried is solid.
  • The pho has a weird taste to it. I wouldn't get it again. The banh xeo is also almost pancake thicker than your traditional crepe-like version. It tastes great, but you only get two.
  • they charge 50cents for fish sauce. Ridiculous.
  • Beef cubes are overpriced but very good. The pho is blah.
  • Pork bun (pronounced boon) is tasty tasty.
  • The crispy calamari is one of the best I've ever had.
  • Get the Banh Mi Classic, spicy
  • Best pho no I have ever had. Amazing octopus with char grilled onions and quail eggs
  • Our favorite neighborhood spot for quick and delicious vietnamese.
  • After a big night out? Order the pho and finish even the soup. It good for your body and soul :)
  • The iced coffee was not dipped. Tasted good but not as fun.
  • The pork spring rolls are super yummy but very hot. Enjoy them slowly :)
  • Pho! Excellent #Pho! Superb interior design. charming outdoor seatings. Authentic cooking. Friendly service. Reasonably priced. 5 stars and then some :) #vietnamesefood #goodeats #brooklyn #jkhknyc
  • Really lackluster. Had grilled pork pho, and the pork was minimally sized. Banh mi, below par. Pleasant atmosphere, and comfortable seating.
  • Pho sate is great!
  • The classic bahn mi was great but the real standout was the Pho Bo Sate