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How's the Pho @ Natural Tofu in Sunnyside?

2slices Feb 9, 2010 07:51 AM

While I like their soon dobu, I'm curious how good is the pho? I find that Pho only comes in good better and best. I've never eaten one that I flat out don't like. So how's it there, and if u know of other options I'd LOVE to hear them.

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    sdgmg RE: 2slices Feb 9, 2010 08:25 AM

    I tried it last month. It is a huge bowl (really) full of soup with all of the condiments and garnishes for $7.00. The broth would fall in the good category, not better or best. There are much more noodles and much less meat than a regular bowl at any of the Vietnamese places.

    1. Up With Olives RE: 2slices Feb 9, 2010 09:07 AM

      What is the pho listed as on the menu? "Vietnamese noodles?"

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        sdgmg RE: Up With Olives Feb 9, 2010 09:45 AM

        "Vietnamese Rice Noodle: Rice noodle, Bean Sprout, Cilantro, Meat Ball, Lemon, Mexican Pepper $7.00"

      2. monalisawoman RE: 2slices Feb 9, 2010 02:31 PM

        Try the spicy seafood pancake, and the bbq squid. YUM.

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          Linda RE: monalisawoman Feb 10, 2010 10:43 AM

          I just tried it last night. As stated above, it's decent when you are craving a bowl of Pho in the 'hood and don't want to trek out to Elmhurst/Flushing (though I greatly prefer Pho from those places). The pho at BCD came with a TON of noodles, almost too much. The broth is decent, nothing to write home about. I ended up putting in a ton of hoisin sauce, the red pepper hot sauce and Siracha sauce, so it was nice and spicy. The meatballs were an interesting addition, the sliced meat was good. It also comes with the plate of bean sprouts, a couple of japaleno slices, and cilantro.

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            2slices RE: Linda Feb 11, 2010 05:37 AM

            sounds good enough for me.
            thanks all.

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