06 Oct '14, 11am

Check out Pho Stop for affordable, generously-portioned and rich-brothed pho.

Check out Pho Stop for affordable, generously-portioned and rich-brothed pho.

We imagine Pho Stop is what you get when you cross a traditional noodle shop with interior designers with a small budget but careful taste. On one hand, the menu is strictly confined to a few pho, a few rice dishes and a handful of fried snacks; there are cups of chopsticks and paper napkins on each table and the minimalist dining room is strangely shaped in a way you’d expect from a mom and pop noodle shop. On the other, framed (and slightly essentializing) graphic posters of Vietnam line the walls; the furniture appears to be from IKEA’s slightly more expensive and much more eccentric cousin; and there’s a small list of Hitachino Nest Japanese craft beers available (at an admirably restrained $12 each). The pho isn’t bad either and generously portioned. On our last visit we got a bowl with sliced beef and bouncy, homemade-tasting beef balls ($8.50). The Hanoi chicken pho...

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