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We are currently in Las Vegas and I would love comments on the vietnamese pho restaurants on Spring Mountain Road. (oh, we are going out to dinner within the hour...no pressure here!) I just checked with the concierge and she did not have feedback on any of them but gave me a menu for Kung Fu and she also recommended Lotus of Siam. I am almost voiceless from a cold and want nothing more than a big bowl of incredibly delicious spicy satisfying noodle soup.... where would a chowhound go?

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  1. just pho - try pho so 1 ...on spring mountain.....kung fu is thai/chinese, LOS is thai.... you also have nhu lan - but i've only had banh mi there...hue thai - i've had hot pot and banh mi but no pho ...pho so 1 - spring mtn and decatur, hue thai just west of spring mtn and decatur...nhu lan - i believe spring mtn near wynn rd.

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    1. re: kjs

      what is your opinion of the food? which would you recommend ? thanks

    2. I ate lunch recently at Pho Saigon 8 (I think that was the name of it.....there was Saigon and an 8 in the name) on Spring Mountain just east of Jones. The pho was very tasty and a generous serving.

      Sorry, realize that this is too late, but there's always tomorrow. Also, for a different sort of noodle soup, check out Togoshi's on Twain just west of Maryland Parkway. Its more of a lunch place, and some hounds have commented that they wouldn't want to be in that neighborhood at night...

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      1. re: janetofreno

        thanks, you're right..there's always tomorrow..we are here a couple more days. We ended up at Capitol Seafood in Chinatown and had very good vietnamese sweet/sour soup and an overall good experience

        1. re: gato

          Capitol seafood is good. I also recommend Pho Saigon 8. It is on the way home from work for me, so I have probably eaten there close to 100 times over the past few years. I have never been disappointed. We get the normal Pho #12, the lemongrass beef, the beef stew, and the combination fried rice. It is consistently great.

        2. re: janetofreno

          quick update: went to Togoshi's for lunch today and it was closed...the door was open so we peeked inside...owner came and mumbled something about a health inspection....oh dear, hope it turned out ok.

          Ate at the taco place in the same strip mall instead...Not bad. Not bad at all.

          1. re: janetofreno

            Unfortunately, it appears that the inspection did not go well. Closed for now, with a blue health inspector's notice on the door. Let's hope this is just temporary.

            1. re: QAW

              HOLY crap! Togoshi's closed? Sad, but not totally surprising.

              1. re: Honeychan

                I went to Togoshi on March 8, it was very much open. I hadn't seen this news on the board, but I did think to myself that it was a hell of a lot cleaner than the last time I went in there.