Hello I am an aviation mechanic graduated student and through the two years of the program I decided to tried out all of the Vietnanese restaurants around the Beaverton, Aloha and Tigard area. I thought since it is my native food and I dont normally go out, but these two years I decided to put my self out there to explore and hoping to encounter some special experience. To my dismay I loved most of the food but the services ruined it for me. I thought since I am Vietnamese I would fine the staff would treat me with a little welcome. This restaurant is the only one that doesn't made me feel as though I was lucky that I get to eat at their restaurant rather than they made me feel like I am a special friend-family. I even brought some of my classmates to this restaurant and we all always had a wonderful meals here. The prices here is the best for the quality of the food, and the atmosphere is very relaxing and extremely clean. I don't feel the superficial like the other places. I get true and sincere smile and kindness from this place. I highly recommend this restaurant for a nice meal and a relaxing atmosphere. THANK YOU PHO HOAI for the two years of wonderful and warmth service
Best Vietnamese food in the Portland/Beaverton/Aloha area!.
When I first walked in to Pho Hoai, I was pleased at the sparkling clean restraunt and secondly, was made comfortable by the friendly, helpful staff. Vietnamese food is my favorite and the food here was amazing, the broth for the Pho was the best I have ever had and I have had Pho everywhere between Seattle, Washington and Southern California. We first tried Pho Hoai several years ago and my family has continued to eat at this restraunt regularly ever since. In fact my son eats there almost daily and he loves his food, so if he loves Pho Hoai, you will too!
The food is fresh and homemade, the atmosphere is friendly and homey. I wish I lived right next door so I could walk over and eat there every day of the week.
First time, and I'm hooked.
I stopped at this complex the other night to go to the convenient store and decided to try this place since it was next door.
I must admit, I wasn't expecting authenticity from a pho restaurant out here (I'm from LA), but I was pleasantly surprised! The staff are extremely friendly and the restaurant itself is very clean. I had egg rolls for the appetizer, and was told by the server that they're made in-house. These were great and I highly recommend them. For my entree I had the pho. The broth was very dynamic and tasty, and the cuts of meat were great. My companion had the bun bo hue and thought it was especially great. I'll definitely have to come back and try a few more of their signature dishes!
One of my favs!. This is my go-to place for pho whenever I'm in the area. The staff are super friendly (which is so hard to come by at authentic Viet places) and the restaurant itself is also one of the most consistently cleanest. The pho broth tastes like authentic home cooking, which I love. If I'm not ordering pho, then I usually get bun hen, the spicy clams...there aren't a lot of places that serve it, but this place definitely gets it right! The only downside I've found is the awkward location.
Where's health inspector when you need one?.
I and few friends decided to try this place after a long road trip just because none of had eaten here before. Walked in (it was hot and humid that day), it was empty except for one table (this was during peak dinner time on Friday) and there was NO A/C but a greasy, dusty fan blowing hot air from outside. We should have left right there and then, but we were all tired and hungry.
The table was sticky, the condiments (hot sauce, hot oil and etc) looked like they were past expiration date. When our food finally came (the place was empty, so why took them so long?), we all had a bite/mouthful of our food (we all ordered different dishes, all noodles in broth), looked at each other and made the face. I had to spit out mine. Both the noodles and the broth tasted very old and ODD - as in they've gone bad.
About a week later, I was in the same strip mall running errands when I saw a worker (the same guy I had seen working in not so clean looking kitchen and brought our food out) smoking right outside the restaurant, wearing a very soiled apron, oh wait, that's not all. As I was starting my car and watching him the whole time, he finished his cigarette, coughed into his palms and wiped his palms on the apron and walked back into the restaurant. Somehow I doubted he'd wash his hands. Eeeeek!
Great food, friendly service, reasonable prices. The pho here is great - very authentic and always made fresh and hot. The service here is very friendly. I make it a point to come for lunch at least twice a week if not more. Highly recommended.
A bowl of homemade soup from Pho Hoai is a satisfying meal, no doubt, but in my case, The soup from this friendly restaurant is reasonable, hot and delicious..
This is a first time I tried out Pho Hoai. I love their service, very friendly and respect. I will bring my family back here to try out a delicious "PHO".
Pho Hoai is really my kitchen away home. I love this place, a little Vietnamese restaurant near by my house. The soup was the best I've ever tried. The price is very resonable..
I love Vietname food. So when I saw Pho Hoai, a little Vietnamese restaurant near by my house, specializing in soup, I tried it. The soup was the best I've ever tried. They also had my favorite dish, which is combination of fresh vegetables, noodles and barbecued meat.
The atmosphere was friendly and comportable. I want this in a restaurant that I may want to eat at regularly. I want delicious food, good service and cleanliness. Pho Hoai has these qualities in abundance. Yes, it's my kitchen away from home
Great service adequate food. I'll start off saying I'm a little harsh on this place. I eat pho constantly and am used to southeast and Gresham pho. This place had not very good chicken wings. The pho was bland, not bad just not. Amazing. Price seemed reasonable and the waiter was super friendly something hard to fine at a pho reastuarant besides pho van. I would rank there brother just a tad worse then pho huie. Pho Oregon has the best pho followed by pho van
worst food experience of my life. My husband loves Pho, so we went yesterday to this place, it was empty, so I had my doubts to starts with. I ordered grilled lemongrass chicken with vermicelli noodles. the chicken was reheated and at least 3 days old! I almost threw up. I could not eat my dish. My husband's pho was ok in terms of flavor but he complained that there were unidentifiable pieces of meat in there...not appetizing. would never ever go back and dont recommend it to anyone who cares what they put in their mouth.
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