Put a little twist in your phở by having it at Phở Hùng! The restaurant serves phở khô (dried noodles), which separates the meat and noodles from the broth. It’s primarily done to highlight the different textures in the dish: springy noodles, luscious meat (pork, beef, or shredded chicken), and the sweet soup. When you’re done delighting in each component, you may combine everything and have it just as you do your usual phở.
Head to Phở Thìn Hà Nội for a taste of Northern-style phở! Here, only scallions are sprinkled onto the soup as a garnish, letting the broth speak for itself. The place is popular amongst office workers in the area. Steer clear during lunch breaks to eat your phở in peace, or snag a seat before the clock strikes noon to watch the ebb and flow of the city over a hefty bowl!
Vegans make a beeline towards Phở Chay Như for their fix of veggie-filled phở! Tender mushrooms and well-seasoned tofu skin add texture to the light, yummy broth. Other vegan dishes are available to complement your soup, such as spring rolls and wontons. Chay Như is down an alley, making it a bit of a challenge to find; just ask the locals for directions should you lose your way.