I love Pho Hung. It's delicious and they have some excellent spring rolls and many Vietnamese dishes to tempt you. One of the best in the city.
The first time I walked by this restaurant I noticed it because it was absolutely packed... so I went in (figured this many people can't be wrong ..right!) even with almost every seat taken I was very impressed at how fast the service was and how great the food was ... It is now my favourite Viet restaurant!
I usually go to the Bloor St. location because it's closer to where I live. The pho was equally as good.
inexpensive and delicious!
"Yum, yum, yum" cheer enthusiasts of this "bustling" Vietnamese in Chinatown dispensing "authentic" "filling" dishes, including "the most flavourful pho broth this side of the western hemisphere", all delivered "quickly and steaming hot"; "scroungers" who appreciate "cheap" tabs overlook "utilitarian" decor and "haphazard" service – and leave "very satisfied."
After spending Saturday afternoon at work in an underground office with only tictacs (having forgotten my lunch at home), I decided that lunner (yes, lunch/dinner) was going to have to be hearty, to say the least.After a quick scan of our Best of Toronto list I decided to head over to Pho Hung -- Spadina's noodlehouse extraordinaire. Hadn't been there for years, so it seemed about time to try... more
Just returned from a month in Vietnam. I thought i could recapture the great experience i had there with local food. We were all disappointed with this place. Even the spring rolls were bland nothing like ones we had vietnam.
The servers were unfriendly and their cash only policy crazy.
I wrote a review on Pho Hung already, but this time I have to write another since it wasn't so good. They are relying on their past good performance and are becoming mechanical, non-caring staff. One of our noodle bowls had a large bug in it, and we didn't want to just get up and leave the table, so we... more
My wife and I eat here whenever we visit Toronto. The food is always very good and prices are fair. Their soup is always great and served very quickly. The issue that I have with this place is with the servers. They come out and just about throw the food at you as they come by and are very rude.... more
Pho Hung is one of the best things to happen to the Toronto student diet since it started delivering pizza. Serving delicious and filling foods at very reasonable prices, this chain of three restaurants attracts more than the usual gaunt university intellectuals for its superb noodle soups and spring rolls. With food trends taking a new look at southeast Asia, it is possible to stay au courant... more
Pho Hung Vietnamese Restaurant is a hot spot and is Chinatown's most popular Vietnamese restaurant. Translated, the name means Hung's Soup and while lines are long, this is definitely no soup kitchen. You can delve here in different soup-based entrees. Another is a variation of fish stew that floats a deep-fried fish ball in a shellfish broth.