A TASTE OF AUTHENTICITY



Best Phở is an award winning Vietnamese restaurant located in Houston.
Highly renowned as local's favorite - the closest food to Vietnam you can get.

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Bánh xèo $4.75

Vietnamese fried pancake stuffed with slivers of
fatty pork, shrimp, diced scallions, and bean sprouts.

Cao lầu $11.75

Vietnamese noodles mixed with pork slices, fresh herbs, broth, and topped with crispy wonton cracker crisps.

Gỏi cuốn (5 pc.) $8.25

Vietnamese spring rolls filled with salad greens, pork slices, large shrimps, and coriander wrapped with rice paper.

Bún bò Huế $12.75

Vietnamese soup containing rice vermicelli noodles, beef brisket, pork leg, pig blood curd, white onions, scallions, and fresh herbs.

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TASTY REFRESHMENTS


Mango-Pineapple $4

Mangoes, pineapples, orange juice, ice cubes, and condensed milk blended into a smoothie.


Iced Tea $2.50

Steeped tea leaves, with a variety of flavored syrup of your choice, chilled in ice.


Thai Tea $4

Tea mixed with milk, sugar, orange blossom water, star anise, and topped with a crushed tamarind seed.


Creamy Avocado $4

Vanilla ice cream mixed with low-fat milk, avocado, frozen strawberries, honey, nutmeg, cinnamon, and topped with whipped cream.


Strawberry-Banana $4

Frozen strawberries blended with a banana, milk, ice, and honey.


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We love what we do.
The freshest ingredients, traditional recipes, and the passion
to providing you an authentic taste of Vietnam.

It all starts with our rich history of good taste. The traditional Vietnamese food served at Best Phở originated in Ho Chi Minh City centuries ago.
Best Phở has always been committed to authenticity, culinary craftsmanship, and amazing food quality by serving the freshest Vietnamese cuisines in Houston.
Best Phở was established in 1997 in Houston, Texas by co-founders Ngô Bảo Châu & Dinh Lê, who had a mission to share their world of Vietnam.
After the restaurant was created and launched, one of the primary goals of the founders was to represent their culture, since few people had ever tasted authentic Vietnamese food.
When the co-founders first dreamt of opening Best Phở, they envisioned a place with food that’s not only delicious and euphoric, but served in an environment that brings back memories of their home country.