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Pho 75

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1721 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA 22209-2503
Arlington, VA 22209
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Pho 75 - Arlington, VA
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Pho 75 - Arlington, VA
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Best

Wow if you want some great pho then this is the place for you. Everything here is wonderful. I’m a big fan of the beef based pho it is perfectly prepared every time. This place is...

Worst

their pho is far from being the best. xuan saigon has the best broth in va! and if you don't want msg, they make soup w/out msg!!! they also have a great menu! not only pho! g...

not the best 2/28/2010

their pho is far from being the best. xuan saigon has the best broth in va! and if you don't want msg, they make soup w/out msg!!! they also have a great menu! not only pho! great chef's specials. this restaurant is as good or better than any vietnamese restaurant in falls church or arlington....no doubt more

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Yo get Pho 4/16/2006

Phi is soup like option. It is very good and this place only serves Pho, that is correct nothing but Pho. They have many options and they are all great. This is a very nondescript restaurant, it is located in small strip mall like area near several other restaurants. It is a wonderful place. more

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Pho 75 4/16/2006

Wow if you want some great pho then this is the place for you. Everything here is wonderful. I’m a big fan of the beef based pho it is perfectly prepared every time. This place is a rather inexpensive option in a place littered with high priced joints. It is a nice change of pace. more

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Good 4/10/2006

This is a great place for Pho. If you are not familiar with Pho, it is a noodle like soup concoction. They have several variations of their Pho here. Everything is great so it doesn’t matter what you order. The dining area reminds me of a cafeteria. This is a no frills place; here it is all about the food they serve. more

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Pho please 4/8/2006

Pho is all they serve here. I like places like this that specialize in one item. They have many variations of Pho but they get it right with every option. All the pho here is great. This is considered by many of the best values in town. Their beef pho is as good as it gets. more

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Yes Pho!! 4/5/2006

This place is tucked away in a nice little plaza off Wilson Boulevard in Arlington. There is parking right in front of the building. The food served here is great. It is a very casual atmosphere. I usually get my order for take out/to go. They have unusually hours so check them before heading in. For example they close early on Saturday. more

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Pho 75 3/21/2006

I love the Pho here. It could be some of the best in Arlington. It is a low cost gem. I love getting take out after work. It is cafeteria style so the inner dining surrounding are not the best but for me it is all about the quality of the food. Try the seafood offerings, they are so tasty. more

Great Pho 3/18/2006

This is one of the best lower priced establishments in the area. The only thing you can order her is their pho. Please don’t expect fine dining, this is cafeteria-style seating. Once you place the order you take the pho and seat yourself. I’m a big fan of the beef pho. It is out of this world. Please call ahead if you plan on heading there on the evening. The close earlier than you would normally expect. more

pho and more pho 8/11/2005

If you're looking for straigt up pho, this is the place to go. The seating is simple and cafeteria style. You order at the counter and seat yourself. The menu consists of pho, and a variety of items that you can select (beef flank, tendon, trip, etc.) You get your bean sprouts, basil, hot sauce, and duck sauce, and you're all set to go. The sizes are medium and large and the prices are below $8 for a bowl of pho. more

No better Pho! 8/11/2005

Pho 75 (with locations also in Falls Church and elsewhere) is the best pho, hands down. Before going for the first time, here's some things to know. First, the place is far from fancy. Just a bustling place with long tables. You might have to wait in line to get in and will be seated where there's room (usually at one of the long tables with other diners). The menu is deceptively simple: pick the small size or the large size. Then, pick the meats. Oh, but this later decision is so hard. If you're a bit squeemish, go for flank or skirt steak. Maybe briskit. You know these things. Want to do it right? Go for tripe or another more exotic portion of the cow. Vietnamese meatballs aren't a bad choice, either. But wait! You can combine meats (do I want tripe and skirt? or tripe and flank?). The food comes out quickly. A big bowl (even if you get the small) of soup (with one of the most pleasant scents that I know) filled with rice noodles, onions, and your selected meat(s). A plate filled with bean sprouts, hot peppers, basil leaves, and limes comes on the size. Drop in what you like. Don't be scared of the leaves, which are still on branches. Just toss 'em in. On the table, you'll find hot sauce, vinegar, and a sweat sauce. Put in what you like. Eat with chop sticks and Asian soup spoons. Forks are also available. As you reach the bottom, it gets a little spicier as the spices (star anise, cinamon, black pepper, etc.) tend to settle if you don't constantly stir. They also have a nice selection of Vietnamese drinks. The salty lemonades (with or without carbonation) are unusual, but I can't image a bowl of pho without one. They take a lemon and preserve it in salt. They then throw one of these salty lemons in a glass of water with a bunch of sugar. When it arrives, nothing is mixed (the sugar is settled on the bottom of the glass). Stir, stir, stir. For those that prefer, they also have non-salty "fresh" lemonade. Vietnamese coffee is strong, but has lots of milk. They make it in tiny pots right at the table. Sure, there are a few other extras on the menu, but what you're here for is a big bowl of yummy soup. Great on a cold day. Great on a hot day (if the AC is on). Great when you're feeling a little blue (the hot soup and the spices do wonders for your mood). Just go! Too bad that there prices have gone up. Although it's still one of the cheapest places around, I miss the days when you could leave having spent less than $5. Now, you'll spend a little more (maybe $8 for a bowl and a lemonade). But, gosh, that's still so cheap for one of the best foods available in the DC area. Pay at the cashier when you're done. Somehow, they know who you are and what you ordered. more

Good Pho! 7/26/2005

I agree with the previous reviewer… this is one of the best Pho restaurants in Northern Virginia. They serve very high quality pho and you definitely get your money’s worth because the portions are big, you get lots of meat and the soup base is authentic. The service is good because you get your order fast. more

Great Pho! 6/21/2005

There are many different vietnamese restaurants in the northern virginia area that serves pho. I consider this to be one of the best in the area. The prices are good. They have many different varieties of pho that they serve. The soup base that they use for the pho is good. Instead of just being a plain broth they add other ingredients to it. The noodles are good quality and it goes down well. Love this place. more
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