in Longview is a southern-Vietnamese restaurant serving genuine Vietnamese
cuisine – one of the chefs was born and learned to cook in Saigon, while the other learned from her Vietnamese mother. As the name suggests, Pho Saigon serves an array of pho soups – chicken, vegetable, round steak, brisket, meatball, seafood and shrimp – and even details on its website how to properly consume a pho meal. Another popular dish at Pho Saigon is the bún khô
(rice vermicelli noodle bowls with stir-fried or grilled meat or fish), popular in Vietnam on warm days and perfect for the warm Texan climate. For an appetizer, try the spring rolls with sweet peanut or sweet-sour sauce. Pho Saigon also offers an array of vegetarian dishes (like stir-fry tofu), rice noodle bowls, stir-fry dishes and grilled meat dishes with rice.