Paying less than $8 for about a gallon of Vietnamese broth and a pound of rice noodles is a great move when you’re trying to save money - and at Pho Than Brothers, that’s exactly what you can do. This soup tastes really good drizzled with sriracha and hoisin, takeout is a breeze, and cream puffs come free with every order. It’s not going to blow your mind, but it’s reliable and tasty enough for your next casual weeknight dinner or lunch break.
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