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PHO in Denver?

jcattles Mar 27, 2008 12:15 PM

Where is the best place to have Pho in Denver?

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  1. tatamagouche RE: jcattles Mar 27, 2008 12:43 PM

    Ha Noi's awfully good, though I like their pork vermicelli even better.

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      bivalve2 RE: jcattles Mar 27, 2008 12:57 PM

      Ha Noi rocks - also now available at dinner is Pho at Parrallel 17 - more3 expensive, but awesome. i also like Pho Duy on Peoria wen headed to airport. pho 79 works in a pinch. .

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        jtc RE: jcattles Mar 27, 2008 01:31 PM

        I like Da Lat on Federal. Not only is their pho awesome, they have a broad menu for those in your party looking for something different.

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          Cboz RE: jcattles Mar 27, 2008 03:59 PM

          I like Pho Duy on South Federal.

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            cmbolding RE: jcattles Aug 12, 2009 12:46 PM

            Pho 95 is currently my favorite. Their broth is so much better than any others that I have tried. Also, their staff is extremely friendly and attentive. http://www.examiner.com/x-17890-Denve...

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              beerzombie RE: jcattles Sep 21, 2009 07:21 AM

              Siagon Bowl at Fedral and Alameda has great Pho selections as well as a large variety of Bun and appetizers. Very clean and affordable. Pho 7 is the runner up. Plus it's closer to me.

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                tatamagouche RE: beerzombie Sep 21, 2009 08:56 AM

                Second Saigon Bowl.

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                monopod RE: jcattles Sep 25, 2009 02:15 PM

                Jason Sheehan (food critic in Westword - generally reliable, I think) did a list of his ten favorite pho places in Denver recently: http://blogs.westword.com/cafesociety...

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                  eade RE: monopod Sep 28, 2009 08:20 PM

                  Pho 95 is super popular.

                  Unfortunately we have found that their pho dac biet contains less tripe and tendon compared to favorite pho places in NYC/Flushing.

                  We have not done the complete Denver pho crawl. Someday we hope to find a bowl of pho that matches what we remember.

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                  jcattles RE: jcattles Dec 16, 2009 04:59 PM

                  Finally spent some time in Denver & had a chance to try the Pho. We went to Pho-Yo. I figured it would be a good starting place since the kids could could have frozen yogurt if they didn't like it. Kids shared Pho Ga - (chicken) Hubby & I had the beef, I had rare beef, he had brisket & rare. Mine was good, much better once I started adding hot sauce & lime. I wasn't crazy about the basil. Too strong for me. I really liked the girls' Pho better. Next time I'll get that.
                  We're heading down for the day tomorrow. We'll be on Arapahoe, so I think I'll try Pho Saigon for lunch. As a bonus, we get to have dinner down there too. I really want the Burrata from Osteria Marco, but we're going to go to either El Taco De Mexico or India's. While I know what I'm having at India's, I'm not quite sure what to order at El Taco De Mexico. I've heard great things about their tacos pastor & chile rellano burrito. Any recs would be great.

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