Pho Vietnam

Row 1

87 Chrystie St (btw Grand & Hester)
New York, NY 10002
(212) 775-0999
$ $
Mon–Sun: 11:00 AM–8:30 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Order the banh hoi thit heo nurong ($10.75). Masses of sliced pork on rice noodles, with sauted scallions. Alongside come fresh basil, lime wedges, lettuce leaves, & pickled daikon and carrot.
  • Brand new Vietnamese place. Just opened on June 20th. Everything is pretty fresh and clean. Feels like it's from LA.
  • Can't beat a plate full of pork chops over rice for $6
  • Ph a good time, eat here.
  • Really authentic pho with a lot of great options
  • Bun bo hue!
  • Super cheap pho with good broth but the meat is not super high quality. The beef I had was tough and lacking in flavor
  • Very solid pho and cha gio. The bun rieu cua and bun bo hue are a bit hit-or-miss, as is the banh xeo, but it's cheaper than flying to Hanoi!
  • Pho or lemongrass chicken
  • Beef cubes. Yes
  • Noodles and rice plates here are legit and super reasonable - way more authentic than any of the places by canal
  • Pho Vietnam x Antonio Chiu | Antonio Chiu's flowers blossom before your very eyes at Pho Vietnam on Chrystie Street. All part of the nocturnal secret garden.
  • the name of this restaurant sounds like a bad screenname: phovietnam87. get the number 42 and 58 in the summer. sub 58 for the 3 or 20 in the winter. but always the number 42.
  • There's nothing not to like here, but I'm a fan of the beef with sesame seasoning over cold noodles. BYOB; they have a corkscrew to loan and no corking fee.
  • Bn b Hu + Bnh cun ch la = my all time favs. Trust me!
  • the bahn xeo (vietnamese crepe) is. the. best. thing. i would say this is definitely the best in manhattan. and super clean (for chinatown).
  • Bn b is really good (huge portion too)!
  • #12 tai pho is the best! My go-to and great for when you're in a hurry!
  • Seems to be ran by Vietnamese, which is always a plus! Not as good as NoVA but it'll do.
  • Dac biet; pho; Vietnamese coffee

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