Each “Phobruary,” three Silver City restaurants fill bowl after bowl with pho, a Southeast Asian soup originating from Vietnam. Despite being unable to offer a dine-in option this year, the restaurants are keeping the tradition alive by offering “pho to go.”
While the dish has staple ingredients — noodles, broth, bean sprouts, basil, cilantro, lime and more — each restaurant has its own way of preparing a bowl of the soup. So, in the above gallery, we decided to give our readers (and potential eaters) a look at what an order of pho looks like from each spot.
For the first time in its eight-year history, “Phobruary” does not include $5 bowls of pho. Regular price bowls of pho range from $6.99 to $13.95. However, VIA (formerly Layton Boulevard West Neighbors) is hosting a weekly “Pho To Go” raffle for participating diners throughout February.
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