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This is the best pho in Honolulu I ever had.
I would highly recomend to every one who love Pho VietNam . But the service here is fairly poor ( I think the chief cook is also the Waitress )
hope they improve by this time
Why on earth is there always a line to get into this place? My sister and I thought this was a joke. The pho is cranked out like you're in a factory, flavorless and not at all worth the wait. It's noisy and people in line are staring you down so you'll leave. For all that anxious waiting and ever-grumbling belly, just walk up to Maunakea Street to Pho 97 or Hotel Street to Pho Saigon. Both worth the short walk. See my reviews for both of those in this site. Forget To Chau--blah.
Maybe the best pho I have ever had - and I'm a pho fanatic who will eat it three times a day and have done so all over the world! One thing though,... The wait is waaaaaay too long! The service sucks pretty bad. Nevertheless, I'll be back there to eat next time in Honolulu.
This place has the best pho. Great soup, meat and noodles. The only thing is that you always wait in line for 20-30 minutes, then after you've been seated, you wait for another 20 minutes. But pho is worth the wait.
OMG, I've never seen a dirty restaurant than this! The pho is totally not worth the wait. Service is slow and horrible. They make you wait in line even when there's empty tables.
I just love their pho. I like the broth, and the herbs and meat are always fresh and plenty. For me, it is worth travel and wait in line for several minutes. Sweet and strong coffee is also good.
There is a reason for the long wait. That's right, it's BECAUSE it's the BEST!
Service and atmosphere is ugly......but, I'm there for the soup. It's like a drug.....