Archive for the 'Pho' Category

Eat (And Try To Pronounce) Geaw Teaw At Circles

On Monday February 18th, Bangkok-born chef and owner Alex Boonphaya, will be introducing three new soups for his authentic and contemporary Thai cuisine Circles; chicken stock-based Tom Yum, with moist pieces of bread and rice noodles, a beef stock-based Geaw Teaw, with tar anise, cloves, cinnamon, rice noodles, braised beef and beef balls, and a […]

Collaboration Alert: Side Project Jerky And Sean McGee Create Pho Jerky

Side Project Jerky, our favorite local part-time jerky boys, have teamed up with executive chef Sean Magee of Time Restaurant to create their newest and first ever limited-release flavor, pho. Yes, the delicious taste of the popular Vietnamese noodle soup (pronounced PHUH) has now been wrangled into some of the best jerky around, and it […]

There Is No Better Way To Show Your Love For Pho Than This Shirt

It works on so many levels. Expect to see this all up and down Washington Ave. any day now. [Shirt available at Cheesesteaktees]



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All Hail The New Nan Zhou (Be Zhou Be Zhou!)

Imagine our pleasant surprise when, walking through Chinatown last night, we discovered that the new Nan Zhou Hand Drawn Noodle House had quietly opened in its new, much larger location at 1022 Race Street. (Former home of Pho 75, which were sad to see go, but this makes up for it.) Fans of those hand-drawn […]

Dept. Of Things We Found At Spring Garden Market: Xiao Meng Xiang Hot Pot Soup Mix

We’re lucky to live in a city with handy access to a variety of Asian supermarkets, where grocery shopping often doubles as full-immersion education, but by far our favorite is Spring Garden Market at 4th and Spring Garden. Of the ones we’ve visited in the city, SGM is the largest/cleanest/best organized, and its aisles are […]



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