These are the 10 best places to get pho in Vancouver

Nov 22 2018, 2:43 am

When it comes to well-seasoned, comforting, and warm liquid eats, nothing puts you in a state of bliss quite like a steaming hot bowl of pho.

Fragrant, loaded with tender meat and soft-textured noodles, here’s our list on where to find delicious, slurp-worthy pho in Vancouver.

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Bun Cha Ca Hoang Yen


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Bun Cha Ca Hoang Yen offers a fantastic variety of pho, not just your standard kinds like beef and chicken. Patrons here can expect tons of options including seafood flavours, if you still have room we recommend trying the chicken wings, fishcakes, and the deep fried fish chunks – not to be missed. Praised for their excellent broth and known to many locals as some of the best Vietnamese in the city, Hoang Yen tops this list for sure.

Address: 5083 Victoria Drive, Vancouver
Phone: 604-321-2711


Bao Chau Vietnamese Restaurant


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This long-standing casual Vietnamese restaurant offers a wide variety of authentic and inexpensive pho bowls. Boasting a light and flavoursome broth that is absolutely brimming with thinly sliced fatty beef, white and green onions, and cilantro, the eatery’s House Special Beef Noodle is a must-order.

Address: 2717 E Hastings Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-251-6956


Pho Goodness


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This popular Davie Street haunt dishes up steaming bowls of pho both day and night. While vegetarians can enjoy meat-free noodle soup options, it is fragrant, meat-laden (think tender slices of beef) pho bowls that are the real stars of the show here.

Address: 1150 Davie Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-568-3253

Address: 3079 Main Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-620-7727

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Linh Café


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This casual, family-style restaurant is known for combining traditional French cooking with Vietnamese cuisine. Therefore, it should come as no surprise that the West 4th locale dishes up two delicious pho renditions. Here the full-bodied broth is best savoured with finely sliced rare strip loin. For an extra taste sensation add some bone marrow or a perfectly cooked poached egg, into the already hearty mix.

Address: 2836 W 4th Avenue, Vancouver
Phone: 604-559-4668

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Mr. Red Cafe Vietnamese Restaurant


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Located on East Hastings near Nanaimo Street and on West Broadway, Mr. Red Cafe whips up a number of Northern Vietnamese specialties taken from family recipes, including sticky rice cake with mung bean dumplings, and sliced rare beef pho. Diners who opt for pho will find tender noodles and a clear, light broth.

Address: 2131 E Hastings Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-710-9515

Address: 2680 W Broadway, Vancouver
Phone: 604-559-6878

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Le Do Vietnamese Restaurant


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It may not look like much from the outside, and the interior may be somewhat dated but Le Do Vietnamese Restaurant offers up a simple and slurp-tastic bowl of pho. Meat, which is both plentiful and tender swims in a salty broth, alongside chewy noodles.

Address: 2292 E Hastings Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-253-3508


Mui Ngo Gai


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Quick and casual, Mui Ngo Gai offers a diverse menu dotted with a wide range of Vietnamese fare. In addition to exotic rice dishes, vibrant salads, and hot pots, Mui Ngo Gai prepares a whole bunch of delicious pho options, including beef brisket and crunchy beef flank. Fresh noodles (rice, yellow egg or round), bean sprouts, lime and basil float in a beef broth with a choice of supplemental toppings.

Address: 2052 Kingsway, Vancouver
Phone: 604-876-8885


Hai Phong Vietnamese Restaurant


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Hai Phong Vietnamese Restaurant isn’t breaking any new ground, serving your typical Vietnamese fare, however, the Kingsway restaurant churns out nourishingly flavoursome pho. Choose between a variety of beef-based pho (brisket, tripe, rare beef, and beef shoulder), and for an additional heat, kick opt for the spicy broth.

Address: 1246 Kingsway, Vancouver
Phone: 604-872-3828

Address: 186 Keefer Place, Vancouver
Phone: 604-559-8897


Ha Long Bay


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For a reliable downtown pho option try Ha Long Bay. This small, unassuming eatery serves up a filling bowl of silky noodles with a variety of toppings, which include traditional rare beef slices, chicken breast chunks, homemade Vietnamese ham, and a veggie and tofu combo.

Address: 430 W Pender Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-568-7976


Pho Tan Vietnamese Restaurant


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Main Street’s Pho Tan offers an extensive list of pho dishes. Served with accompanying sides of bean sprouts basil leaves, chili, and a wedge of lime, Pho Tan’s steaming bowls are guaranteed to warm you to the core.

Address: 4598 Main Street, Vancouver
Phone: 604-873-3345


With files from Jess Fleming. 

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