I’m no connoisseur, but I am a big fan of phở. How can you not love something that has its own emoji? 🍜
If you’re not familiar, phở is a type of Vietnamese soup, typically made from stock and spices to which noodles and thinly sliced meats and veggies are added. Bean sprouts and jalapeño are plentiful. Condiments make the varieties endless.
I crave phở year-round because it’s rich and comforting but with the fresh zing of cilantro and lime. I’m slowly making my way around Austin to as many phở restaurants as possible based on friend’s recommendations. Below is a round-up of pho around Austin with links to the restaurant and full reviews and photos where other local bloggers were able to pitch in.
I’m sure I’ve mistakenly left off a gem. Where’s your favorite place for phở in Austin?
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