Friday, January 20, 2012

The Pho Files: Pho Tai at Ngu Binh

Pho Tai by raise my voice
Pho Tai, a photo by raise my voice on Flickr.

Ngu Binh (15620 95 Ave.) is the west end's newest Vietnamese restaurant. It is located in the Sandy Lane strip mall.

I ordered a bowl of Pho Tai, which is typically what I order first at such a restaurant. At $10, it was pricier than bowls of pho in Chinatown, but it was large and had a lot of meat in it, which was lean and tender. The brother was deep and meaty, with enough herbs to give the flavour multiple layers.

I hope Ngu Binh fares better than its predecessors in that location, because it's exciting to see hot spots for pho extending throughout the city.

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