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Where To Get The Best Bowl Of Pho In Vancouver

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It’s comforting, fragrant and loaded with all the noodles. If you’re looking for some tasty pho to dig into, check out some of the best eateries in the city.

The Best Pho In Vancouver

Ha Long Bay Restaurant


Their known for their ‘special pho’ which is a big bowl of rare beef, brisket, tripe and beef balls in noodle soup. Stop by 430 West Pender Street to grab a bite.

Pho Tan Restaurant


Check out this homey eatery serving a variety of Vietnamese specialties including pho and rice dishes. Try their spicy hue style soup with thick noodles. They’re located at 4598 Main Street.




Head over to this joint to get a bowl of beef noodles, chicken noodles or their house special noodle bowl. Give them a visit at 550 West Hastings Street.

Hai Phong


Get your fill of pho with their special mixed beef, rare beef and beef balls with rice noodle soup. Stop by 1242 Kingsway and 186 Keefer Street.

Anh and Chi


They have all the Vietnamese staples, including pho and lots of veggie and gluten-free options. Try their organic tofu, free-range chicken or beef brisket menu options. Find them at 3388 Main Street.


Dundas Eat & Drink


They’re home to the ‘Six of Pho’ challenge which is a gigantic 5-lb bowl of pho. If patrons can finish this beast of a dish within 30-minutes, it’s free as a result. Otherwise, it’s $35. Challenge yourself to all you can eat at 2077 Dundas Street.

Pho Goodness


Grab a bowl of pho at this eatery with locations at 1150 Davie Street and 3079 Main Street. Try their beef noodle soup topped with grilled lemongrass chicken or vegan pho bowl.

For more delicious eats in Vancouver, check out the best spots for Lebanese or Japanese cuisine.

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