Students love the generous portions and mainstream tastes of this bright Vietnamese soup-and-noodle spot. Favorites include the lemongrass-scented broth, beef noodle soup, filling rice dishes, spring rolls, and the Vietnamese milkshakes. There is a second location in Chinatown, at 350 Spadina Ave. (tel. 416/593-4274 ).
A gem in modest setting - really tasty Vietnamese with pho like in Saigon. Be warned - the portions are XXL sized ie small equals normal main course size while large will already be a challenge. Price/quality ratio is excellent.
I've been going to Pho Hung for years, first as a student, and nowadays when I'm in the Yorkville area wanting some simple, tasty, affordable Vietnamese food instead of the typical eats of the area.
There is nothing fancy about this popular, sprawling restaurant which is upstairs from the Chinese place whose name I can never remember. You've got your... more
Although my wife and I have had Pho here a few times, we find it a bit lacklustre in a few ways. There is always an overabundance of MSG, and the broth is often a bit thin. The Bo Vien are usually sparse, the tripe is good, the nam is sparse, and the tai is generous. in a Pho Dac... 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