Beef Special We make Northern Style phở which is more savoury and less sweet. The broth is hearty, yet light and full of flavour and fragrant of charred ginger and onions and pho spices, such as star anise (hoa hồi), cinnamon, coriander, cardamon, etc... Also, we make our phở in small quantity each time to ensure quality.
Similar to the beef phở, our chicken phở is also more savoury and less sweet. If you want a lighter broth, chicken phở is the perfect choice.
Pronounce "Phở" Correctly is Not Easy, and it's OK!
Phở is a very difficult word to pronounce correctly unless
you've heard it all your life. It's not "faux" or "fur" nor is it
"phô". There is a rise in intonation at the end, which almost sounds
like a question, hence the question accent mark.
Without the accent, "pho" is pronounce, "for". Now add the "ơ" and "phơ" sounds like "fir". And finally with the last accent mark, "phở" is pronounced like...well
"phở", which does not have an equivalent in the English vocabulary. And that is why its so hard to pronounce correctly. But here's a wiki audio
to help any who wants to practice.