Dive Into a Bowl of Top-Rated Vietnamese Noodle Soup at Pho Binh!
July 22, 2015 | cimgroup
The birthplace of the traditional Vietnamese noodle soup, pho, is believed to be Hanoi, North Vietnam. And the restaurant in Houston where you can taste pho that's as close to the original that you can find outside of Hanoi is Pho Binh, according to diners and restaurant critics alike. Consider Pho Binh's credentials: It's on Eater Houston's list of 38 essential Houston restaurants, and it's been winning local and national restaurant awards since opening its doors more than 30 years ago.
Pho Binh had humble beginnings — the owners began serving their food out of a trailer in 1983. Over the years it's blossomed into a local mini chain with seven locations throughout Houston. The most recent opened in June in a spot in the Heights, just about two miles from Memorial Hills, giving you easy access to the soup that's been described by Yelpers as "addictive" and "one of the best things I've ever eaten in my life."
2916 White Oak Drive
Houston, TX 77007