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Leamico Mar 20, 2011 01:09 AM

Hello all. I've been reading all the posts on pho in Calgary but I have a question for you all. Do you know of any pho restaurants in calgary that make fresh rice noodles for their pho?

I've been to about 13-15 different Vietnamese restaurants in Calgary and they all use dried rice noodles in their pho. I was fortunate enough to spend some time in Saigon last year and had some delicious pho but the best places always used fresh noodles.

Thanks in advance!

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    jsfoodchat Mar 20, 2011 07:34 PM

    Not sure bout fresh vs. dried but I will say that my favourite Pho is at Quynh in the NE. I especially give them credit for how they package their take out. They give you a bowl (the kind you can actually eat out of), a carton of soup and a bag of veggies. Other places either just mix it all together or give you a styrafoam carton - no good for eating soup out of. So for those that want take out Pho - Quynh is great!

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    Quynh Vietnamese Cuisine
    2555 32 St NE #335, Calgary, AB T1Y 7J6, CA

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      cn1822 Mar 22, 2011 10:53 AM

      I have yet to go to a place that makes their own noodles, but if you manage to find a place, I'd love to know about it. It's pretty much just packaged noodles in Calgary/most places.

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        Scary Bill Mar 22, 2011 12:00 PM

        Noodle World on 17th se uses fresh noodles in some soups, but I do not know if their basic pho uses fresh.

        Their spicy seafood soup uses a fresh thick rice noodle that varies in length and has pointy ends where it is "broken".

        In any event it is imo the best pho in town.

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          23skidoo Mar 22, 2011 12:52 PM

          Adding a link

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          Noodle World Vietnamese Restaurant
          4909 17 Ave SE #114, Calgary, AB T2A 0V5, CA

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