The History of Pho

Pho is a traditional Vietnamese noodle soup dish consisting of rice noodles in a beef or chicken broth. The soup is usually accompanied by a large plate of fresh herbs and vegetables (such as cilantro peppers, basil mint, lime, and bean sprouts).

Pho was born in Northern Vietnam during the mid-1880s This dish was influenced by both the Chinese and the French popularized the eating of red meat. Pho is believed to be derived from “pot au feu” a french soup. Vietnamese cooks blended the Chinese, French and native influences  to make a dish that is uniquely Vietnamese.

Pho has become popular in the United States from Vietnamese refugees who have settled in North America from the late 1970’s migration.

About Us

We are a family-owned and operated Vietnamese restaurant that serves authentic Vietnamese cuisine located in Reno, NV.

We offer Vietnamese noodle soups fresh spring rolls, Vietnamese sandwiches, flavorful stir-fry dishes and traditional grilled meats with rice or vermicelli noodles as well as many other Vietnamese dishes.

We use the freshest ingredients and continue our traditional 10 hour cooking process for the Pho.

Our casual atmosphere, clean environment,, modern decor, fast, friendly service, and amazing food have made us one of the most popular restaurants in town.