try pho nr 20. it’s so good. this place looks like a hole in a wall but it’s always packed and serves the best pho and fresh spring rolls.
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The indoor coy pool was a bit strange, but was an interesting touch in the no frills space, which looked a bit tired. The food was good, the service was very fast and the menu is extensive. This is a good lunch spot - about...More
Located on the edge of Chinatown, this place has been around for a long time and is consistent. I've been coming here for decades and have always enjoyed the dishes here- everything from appetizers, soups to rice plates. They also have a nice selection of...More
Not far away from Dodger Stadium we drove to Pho 87 for dinner. We all had Pho in its various form and it did not disappoint. The clincher was the Thai Iced Tea - the best I had tasted thus far.
I have enjoyed Vietnamese noodles, or Pho, for more than 20 years. I have never found a better place than Pho '87. The broth is perfect. Never greasy, and tasty as hell! You get served nice hot soup right away. The service is friendly and,...More
My server was very informative on how they prepared the Pho. Just the description alone assured me I was at the right place and I sure was. The Pho was exquisite! bursting with flavor, very reasonable considering the time it takes to make a batch....More
If you're looking at ambience and all that jazz then skip this. But if you are looking for a good bowl of noodle soup then give this a chance. It does look a lil dodgy on the outside but once inside its almost always full....More
While waiting during a train layover I went wandering the Chinatown area searching for a nice restaurant. What I found was a lot of small shops and street side vendors. Finally, I stumbled upon PHO 87. From the outside it does not look like much....More