best of hall county of georgia since 2020
- voted by gainesville times
JOHN - Younger generations of Vietnamese immigrants, growing up in America, love to cook Pho in a modern way to satisfy their Western tastes.
PHO - Pho was born in Northern Vietnam during the mid-1880s. The dish was heavily influenced by both Chinese and French cooking. Rice noodles and spices were imported from China; the French popularized the eating of red meat. In fact, it is believed that "pho" is derived from "pot au feu" (means “pot on the fire") a French soup. Vietnamese cooks blended the Chinese, French and native influences to make a dish that is uniquely Vietnamese.
BAR (Beer & Wine License) - Eating out to have fun with friends and family, enjoying great food and last but not least, beer. Luckily, we have craft beer! Why we love to serve craft beer?
1. More Alcohol
2. Better Ingredients
3. Wider Variety
4. Bolder Taste and Food Parings
5. Constant Innovation
6. Increasing Mobility
8. Anyone's Business
9. Support Local
Lean ground beef, fish sauce, vodka, ginger, garlic, white onion, shallot, Thai beans spout, lime, plum sauce, and sriracha sauce.
Fresh shrimp rolls
Rice paper wrappers, grilled jumbo shrimps, vermicelli (thin rice noodles), Thai basil, lettuce, beans sprout, and peanut sauce.
Large shrimps, cucumber, lettuce, mint sprigs, hot chili paste, honey, rice vinegar, sesame oil, crushed peanuts, and sea salt.
The best Pho I've ever had. The service was amazing. The broth and ingredients were extremely fresh. Everything was portioned well that I didn't feel like I ate too much or too little. Would 10/10 recommend.
We ate pho soup here today. It is now John Phon N Bar. John greeted us when we entered, and explained to us the menu. He also explained that they cook a beef and a vegetable broth and then combined them. It was very tasty.They do things different here now. You order your soup (beef, chicken, shrimp, etc.). Then, they bring you the bowl with the noodles and protein in it. There is a large dispenser with the soup in it which you add to your bowl, and then add all your toppings (cilantro, sprouts, alarm, jalapeño, etc.).We both got beef, and it was delicious. Tender and lightly cooked so the broth finishes the cooking. The bowls they are using are plastic with a lid that you can take home with you whatever you have left. Also, John said to fill up the bowl with more broth when we left.In summary, the soup was absolutely delicious, and we will be back soon.
The owners and staff are very friendly and service is quick. The food is awesome. They have some of the best shrimp rolls I've ever tasted. The curry chicken sandwich is awesome, but the pho is out of this world. I'll be back.
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