3634 NE Sandy Blvd, Portland, OR | Directions 9723245.533493 -122.626232
11.00 am to 9.00 pm Everyday
This place is still open, and it's not obvious how to report to Citysearch that it is wrong, but I tried.
Was my favorite – I've been eating here and loving it for the last couple of years but in the last few months the chargrill pork that brought me here (based upon reviews and friend recommendations) and kept me coming back has changed. It's like they've stopped seasoning it and it seems that they're cooking it in an entirely different way (maybe a microwave?). The amazing char flavor is gone and has been replaced by a bad sweetness. Too bad. I really loved the place. The soup is still excellent. Just wish they wouldn't have ruined the pork.
Best vermecelli ever – I've been a Bun conisseur for 15 years and this is the best I've ever had.
If you haven't had it before, Bun is a bowl of cold vermecelli noodles on top of salad ingredients, topped with hot charbroiled meat. Got Pho used only the freshest ingredients, and the pork was unbelievably good. Huge portion for a low cost, but the quality was worth a lot more. The owner warned me it would take longer because they special cook the pork to order, but it came pretty quickly. You can also get Bun with other ingredients like shrimp skewers or egg rolls. Bun isn't even their speciality--in fact I don't think it's on the menu--so their Pho must be unbelieveable.
The inside ambiance was great (except for being next door to a Pizza Hut) and it looks like they have a great patio for warmer weather.
Overall: worth driving across town--or two towns--for this quality of Vietnamese food. YUM!
Traditional Vietnamese Pho! – The broth is amazing. It has the depth that you can only find in Vietnam. I'll say it again, it was amazing. Also, BBQ pork rolls will knock your socks off. Go Here!
"BEST SOUP IN TOWN – Been coming here for four years now. A friend at work tuned me on to this place. I have been to many pho places but to me this is the best soup,best salad rolls, sandwiches,best charbroiled pork anything in metro area!!!!!!!!!
Great Salad Rolls! – I came for the Pho, but stayed for the char-broiled pork salad rolls. Very delicious. Also good selection of rice and noodle dishes in addition to Pho. Good broth, good choice of ingredients. And I like that they always bring a hot spot of tea.
You will Feel Better ! – Friendly and patient staff eagerly tend to customers needs and wants. Every time I walk in I always enjoy the amusing conversations with the lead staff. I usually order pho to go and when I arrive my food is always piping hot and ready. I have been eating pho here at "Got Pho?" for around 2 years now and the service and delicious food has never wavered. Got Pho? is a very consistent,clean and reliable source of Vietnamese food in Southeast Portland..I give it ten thumbs up !!!
The best food I have ever had! – I have some good meals over my life time but this has to be the best I have ever had!
Cheap Food, Clean Place & Great Broth – This place is near Laurelhurst but on a part of Sandy that few people walk by and most zoom by in their car. It is right near the overpass of Sandy of I-84. It has great parking though, so if you find it you are set.
The broth was the most flavorful commercial Pho I have ever had. For $7 I got so much soup I could not finish it all and I am a big eater. It was very clean for an Asian restaurant; not white table cloths, but what do you expect for the price of a fast food meal? The waitress was very polite. This is a much healthier and almost as fast option to a Big Mac meal.
Catchy name and good food – I ate here for the first time a couple years ago. I had tried Pho Van once before but it was expensive and I wasn't impressed, other than the way it was decorated. When I got to Got Pho, the atmosphere was relaxed. There was soft Vietnamese music playing in the background. There decor wasn't over the top. I didn't feel intimidated. I ordered Special Pho, which was quite large and flavorful. It took a lot to finish it. They served it with fresh basil, bean sprouts and other things (including peppers) that enhanced the soup at the table. I enjoyed it very much.
On a trip back I tried their stir fry. The lemon chicken stir fry is wonderful. It is a more moist stir fry than maybe a Japanese or other Asian stir fry. But the flavor just popped. So I added that to my "top 10" of favorite dishes. I have to say I enjoyed it more with noodles than with rice. But I think that is personal preference.
On another trip back there I decided to try the fried rice. I ate that with some spring rolls and it was great. It wasn't all dried out like they used old leftovers to make it. It was fluffy and the taste was out of this world.
I tell all my friends about Got Pho. The ones who have taken my advice and gone there on their own have been impressed and most are regular customers now. That should say something about a restaurant. If people come back regularly, they must be doing something right.
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