13227 SW Canyon Rd Ste D, Beaverton, OR 97005Add Hours
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Drove 15 mins out of our way to eat at this place. We love the food here! But found that they closed early for some reason... No signs or anything. We were really disappointed. Lesson learned: great food but call ahead to make sure you aren't wasting my your time and gas!
07/24/2011Provided by Citysearch -
Here is my top five worse things found in this restaurant.
- Their food taste real good. Majority of their food taste is from MSG. If you want to ""AGE"" yourself quicker, eat more of their MSG-MADE food. It will definitely help.
- Extremely poor customer service. I don't expect good service in typical Asian restaurants as I am Asian who already learned their mentality since I was kid. However this restaurant is worse by far. i.e. 1) Missing item for our food order and ignored the issue. 2) Don't expect a ""Thank You"" from them after all (Female owner is excluded).
- Typical Asian restaurant with unclean setting.
- Price are higher than average.
- Owners get all the tips from customers. Workers never receive any. Not even penny.
I am sorry to give negative feedback and I can't even give any star but citysearch requires minimum 1 star. I do feel I need to state the fact that others can understand what they are paying for when they dine in there.
Better recommendation is Bambuza. They just open a new location at Tanasbourne. They have much better environment, good food at reasonable price, and good customer service.
06/08/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I've been to eat at Pho Hung countless times since my high school days and always thought it was good. In fact, the food is still pretty tasty but it doesn't make up for the fact that a someone I know found a cockroach in her food and another found a decent sized rock in her eggroll. Also, as the previous poster wrote- the price/portion size ration has become unreasonable. The only ""pro"" I could mention about this location of Pho Hung is that they have remodeled significantly since I was 16. However, I would rather take the old ghetto Pho Hung if it meant not being ripped off...although, I'm guessing the cockroaches were already an issue. Eww.
02/07/2009Provided by Citysearch -
The positive part: The food taste is alright, but thats all I really have to say.
On the other hand, over the past couple years, their prices have went way beyond the value of their dishes. Sure, the portions of the bowls may look plentiful, but it is literally all soup. The amount of noodle differences in the small and the large is sometimes indistinguishable. Its now 8.75 for.. a couple slices of meat, 3 tiny meatballs, a small portion of noodles, and a LOAD of soup (if you can understand what i'm getting at).
The one thing that made me get up to write this review? The other day I walked in to buy an avacado shake, and to my suprise, they are nearly priced at a whopping 4 dollars. and they didn't even fill up the cup..only barely half way.
THey limit their portions so that they can get the most profit as possible.
11/01/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Great place for inexpensive yet great Pho! I go there probably once a week with my boyfriend. The service is fast and the food is very good. The salad rolls are the best ever...can't pass those up. I would highly recommend this as a great lunch spot!!
11/06/2007Provided by Citysearch -
We go here for pho at least once every other week. It feels really casual and family-owned, compared with the snazzed-out Pho Van chain. Not to say that is isn't always clean, fast, and friendly. The pho is consistent and excellent, the broth is really delicious. A wide variety of beef parts are available, I usually just go for the relatively tame round steak/well done flank combo. The service is incredibly fast! We have also tried various bun plates, as well as both vegetarian and meat spring rolls. All very good.
Really the only negative is the salad rolls. In a perfect world, my boyfriend and I would share an order of salad rolls and then each have a small pho. Here, we just go for a large pho each. That is because the salad rolls here are so bland! I have to pity the people on this site who rave about these salad rolls - I wonder if they have never had a good salad roll!? They don't contain any herbs, just lettuce, and herbs such as cilantro and mint are what makes salad rolls so delicious at other pho joints. But that is my only complaint, so not bad.
07/20/2007Provided by Citysearch -
Had Pho many places and Pho Hung is one of the best. The West location on Canyon Road is a bit nicer inside and quicker in service than the Powell location, but food is excellent at both. When I request no pork in Salad Rolls and Pho, the West side has never messed it up. Plus I enjoy being able to get a Coconut Bubble Tea with the meal. Would say that Uwajimaya has a bigger portion for the Bubble Tea, but tastes just as great.
08/19/2006Provided by Citysearch -
The food is excellent here, from the featured pho to the rice and noodle dishes, everything is SO GOOD! The price is a steal, very filling for just 5 or 6 bucks. And you have to try the AVACADO SHAKE...it's simply the best!! Service is excellent too, even at peak lunch hour, my food has always come out within minutes of ordering.
09/14/2003Provided by Citysearch -
If you don't want to make the trek to SE or NE pho palaces, Pho Hung on Canyon is the best and tastiest value for your time and money. Cha gio were tasty but slightly overcooked; spring rolls were fat and fresh. Service is fast and efficient, if perfunctory. I go for the pho; they have the broth just right, and lots of choices of meat. This is truly ""noodle soup for the soul."" Best on a cool day or if you have a bad cold. Pho hung does it right.