Founded in California in the early 80s, Pho Hoa set out to make a healthier version of pho without sacrificing its robust flavors. How? By using quality lean meats to make the pho broth instead of the customary bone marrow. And Houstonians can get a taste of the global chain’s Vietnamese rice noodle soups and dishes in the city.
Pho Hoa’s clean, simple interior is welcoming and casual. Visitors can order pho with the meat or meats of their choice in three different sizes (just enough, regular, and large). You’ll also find vermicelli bowls, rice plates and banh mi, as well as a few appetizers, including fried rolls and popcorn chicken. The restaurant also serves an ample selection of fruit teas, milk teas and smoothies.
While Houston has restaurants serving pho in what seems like every corner, Pho Hoa brings classic Vietnamese dishes prepared with high quality ingredients to northwest Houston. Pho Hoa is open every day from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.