Pho Pasteur (Vietnamese)

31 October 2007

The décor may not be the most appealing, but once you get past the slight dinginess, the food more than makes up for it. This is easily the best Vietnamese food in the city, and two people can eat dinner for under $20 – including tip and a doggie bag of the leftover noodles you just couldn’t finish but can’t bear to leave behind. Be sure to try the fried spring rolls, and the barbequed beef with rice vermicelli; it comes with mint leaves and sliced cucumbers to add in.

85 Baxter St, New York 10013 Btw. Bayard & Walker St. 212-608-3656

by Anna Bristow, contributor

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Posted by Mirela Gluck at 06:42 AM
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One thought on “Pho Pasteur (Vietnamese)

  • October 31, 2007 at 11:40 am

    I think I know this place. I used to work on White Street, which is two blocks from Baxter and I remember a couple of Vietnamese restaurants on that block, all very good. A pho (Vietnamese soup), which is about 5 dollars is enough to fill you up for lunch or diner.


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