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Monday, 08 May 2017



Haha, I forgot about my old post. I did remember the so-called receipt with just numbers and no actual cost breakdown (and priced incorrectly as well). :(


Usually at Vietnamese places I'll order bun cha gio, so my experiences with the pho herb/sprout plates is limited. But even I can tell that amount is kinda sad. :(




This just makes me more disappointed that the nearby Zgara Grill closed down...


I'll never forget that post CC!

Such is the state of most Pho shops in SD Jessica.

I know Kat...I know....

I miss Zgara too Hao. Sad thing was; I saw folks complaining that they didn't serve the standard low quality mystery meat Gyros that they think is "Real Greek".


Taking one for the team...again. ;)


I'm always listening when folks make recommendations Jan......


I've encountered similar issues with the beef stew at a few Pho places around town. Nobody must be ordering them.

Soo @ hungryones

Yes thanks for trying out these places so we won't have to!


So often when I read food blogs or reviews I can't tell if the writer liked the food or not. I never have that problem with you though--the soup looked "spooky"--great stuff!


This was really bad Junichi......

I always try to check out recommendations Soo!

Lol RD.....I have a feeling that folks may not like that!


Good review indeed! I have driven by here many times now but never been in. I have been eager to try them among many other Pho places in and around town. I may put this one at the end of that list seeing this insight you gave. Nice work and thanks for the insight. I now need to look over your other Pho reviews to see which ones I not yet been to that need to go on my Pho list.


Hi Joshua - There's nothing really outstanding about the pho here. Check out Pho Lucky for the broth, Pho Cow Cali for the meat, or Pho Hoa for an old school experience.

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