+

1 Place

Expand Map

1 Place

Malcolm Ruthven | Oct 14, 201709:25 PM    

I was in the area today so I stopped at Pho Viet for a late lunch. The only mention of it here was in 2012, soon after it opened, so I thought I'd post about it even though I'm no connoisseur of Vietnam food. I had the Lemon Grass Chicken ($11 + $1 for brown rice), "Stir fried with onions, lemon grass, a touch of curry and topped w/ peanuts". It was quite good, and also a larger portion than the photo seems to indicate. It seemed to be about 1/2-1/2 chicken-onions which was fine with me. I was so hungry I ate it without trying the several condiments, especially the red house-made sauce, that I had intended to try. Give this place a try and see what you think. It was about 1/2 full at a very late lunch time today so it seems to be popular.

http://phovietmarin.com

Lemon Grass Chicken

Pho Viet Harbor
Want to stay up to date with this post? Sign Up Now ›

Discussion Summary

More from Chowhound

Bread Pudding Is the New Orleans Specialty You Shouldn't Overlook
Explainers

Bread Pudding Is the New Orleans Specialty You Shouldn't Overlook

by Caryn Ganeles | Food historian Susan Tucker included bread pudding as one of the definitive New Orleans foods in her...

11 Ways to Get Your Bananas Foster on for Mardi Gras
Recipe Round-Ups

11 Ways to Get Your Bananas Foster on for Mardi Gras

by Colleen Rush | It's Carnival season in New Orleans: a period of celebration, indulgence, and debauchery leading up...

10 Slow Cooker Pork Recipes to Rely On for Easy, Delicious Dinners
The Easiest Way

10 Slow Cooker Pork Recipes to Rely On for Easy, Delicious Dinners

by David Klein | Welcome to Slow Cooker Week! We're sharing all our favorite Crock Pot recipes, tips, tricks, and advice...

13 Pro Crock-Pot Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Slow Cooker
Slow Cooker Sunday

13 Pro Crock-Pot Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Slow Cooker

by Amy Sowder | Welcome to Slow Cooker Week! We're sharing all our favorite Crock Pot recipes, tips, tricks, and advice...

Get fresh food news delivered to your inbox

Sign up for our newsletter to receive the latest tips, tricks, recipes and more, sent twice a week.