Pad Thai's are designed for two, or youll be in a post lunch coma
Try the shanghai noodles if you're vegan. Open to midnight most nights.
I had the 88 special combo pho and it was the worst pho I've ever had. They can't even make a good bowl of pho?! I recommend Pho Pasteur on Dundas and you're welcome.
This is not the best pho in toronto...but it is my favorite
The avocado smoothie will make doves appear out of nowhere and bring dinosaurs out of extinction!!
Pho was mediocre. A bit oily for some reason. Chincy on the meat. I would go next door to Train instead.
Get the pho sate if you can handle spicy! Otherwise a grilled chicken and spring roll vermicelli is also very good!
Less than average food! Was not impressed. Pretty disappointed. Had the 'rare beef and tripe' pho... might as well have just ordered the 'rare beef' with nothing else. Green curry was not good either.
Decent Pho, my second choice to something a little more authentic.
The pho here is very very good. Also try the My Tho Style Seafood Noodle Soup - tastes like how a warm blanket feels. Service, decor also strangely good. Free validated parking in the back.
Shockingly reasonably priced.
Vermicelli and Pho is so good
[small] pho sate is the best call. Emphasis on the small, as it is huge!
Chicken satay is a little spicy. Tea is flavorless. Pho is terrible, Pho Hung is a much better choice.
The Curry Pad Thai is completely amazing (and crispy spring rolls, crispy spring rolls, crispy spring rolls). P.S. Get the crispy spring rolls
By far the best crispy spring rolls in the city!
88 sate soup is amazing!
hot Pho on a cold night is a must do
Best late night pho joint on the street. Yes, it's better than Pho Train.
Definitely get the avocado milkshake.
P15 Medium @3am is a must!
Om nom nom nom pho!
Very good portion size and not cheap on the meat!
Order the Special and an avocado milkshake!!
Free parking in the back with a stamp on your receipt!
Can't go wrong with the Pho of course.