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Just moved to Ave C and 8th after living 2 blocks from Pho Bang for 7+ years. Walking there would know take 30 mins at least. Anywhere decent between Houston and 14th?

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Pho Bang
157 Mott St, New York, NY 10013

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  1. sorry this wont help but i dont recommend the pho at baogeutte. i think youre best off just trekking over to chinatown.

    1. There's a new vietnamese restaurant that opened up on 2nd avenue in the old SEA Thai spot called Le Da Nang. I think they have Pho on the menu but I haven't been there and don't know much about it.

      ... maybe you could try it and report back?

      1. I went to Pho 32 & Shabu (13 St. Marks) on Saint Marks a while back. It wasn't groundbreaking (I've had Pho in Vietnam), but it wasn't bad for the 'hood.
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        1. While not within walking distance, many of the Chinatown Vietnamese places will deliver to you at your new address. I live nearby(ish) and have been enjoying Seamlessweb pho delivery from Xe Lua.

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          Xe Lua
          86 Mulberry St, New York, NY 10013

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          1. re: D...DF

            Oh how I wished I lived within delivery of c-town. The best pho I can get delivered is from Bao Noodles. *sigh* Count yourself lucky.

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            Bao Noodles
            391 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10010

            1. re: egit

              all the years i lived next to c-town the only good chinese place that delivered was congee village. Pho Bang did deliver, but i never ordered pho delivery, worried the noodles wouldbe ruined, even tho they send it seperate from the soup. Nyonya delivered too if u count that as C-town.

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              Nyonya
              199 Grand St, New York, NY 10013

              Pho Bang
              157 Mott St, New York, NY 10013

          2. If I am feeling lazy AND craving pho, I go to plump dumpling on 11th and 2nd. There are definitely better places to get pho, but it's not bad and it's very close to home for me. I would never order it to go, I can't imagine it would hold up. I always ask that they add the beef raw so it doesn't overcook.