Gabby K


I loved the décor in this new pop up Pho shop. It's a very small restaurant at the corner in a small shopping center. We walked around to finally find the front door to be greeted with an overflowing amount of light. Half of this pop up shop was in sun room with about a handful of tables the other half was the kitchen and ordering counter. We walked straight to the wood covered counter to look up to the big chalk board menu that highlighted their food choices. I instantly knew what I wanted; I choose the vermicelli with Angus beef and the Le Pho tea. The staff was WONDERFUL, I had multi questions on the types of the meat I wanted and got nice polite answers also had questions about the beverages that they offered. I asked if I was able to try the Le Pho tea and without a flinch she grabbed a cup to give me a sample. We tacked on some summer rolls that they seemed to feature. We took a seat in the sun room part of the pop up shop. The second part of this spot was al windows and had a really nice breeze going on when we visited so it was the perfect spot to have lunch. I want to say within 5 minutes our food started to come out. Again the customer service was above and beyond a solid 5/5 for me! I took a bite out of the Summer Rolls, instead of pieces of regular pork that spring rolls are normally served with; these were made with braised pork everything else was the same. I thought the rolls could have had more cold noodles on the inside that would have sold me on them even more, but overall they were good served with crunchy yummy peanut sauce. As I was waiting on the vermicelli I took a swing of my Le Pho ice tea, a fruity based tea with thick cream mixed in (Le Pho's version of Thai tea) I actually enjoyed it better than the traditional Thai tea, it had more of a sweet flavor. Before I had a chance to take another bite of the summer rolls the vermicelli came out. When I took my first glance at it, it was a good sized bowl filled to the top.