The former home of Raul’s Taqueria has been turned into Phuong. Aside from the removal of the Dias de los Muertos theme, the space hasn’t changed much. But instead of serving tongue tacos and hot tamales, Phoung offers classic Vietnamese fare. We aren’t talking about the ever popular bánh mì or creative Asian-fusion noodle bowls. Here, you’ll find traditional pho with tripe, meatballs, and rare beef or cool Vietnamese spring rolls wrapped in rice paper with peanut dipping sauce. —Eric Doksa DISH (Summer 2013)

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Pho, noodles, and more from an experienced family of Vietnamese cooks.

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Hours: Lunch & Dinner
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