Pho Pasteur

1818 Tully Road, San Jose, CA 95122 Directions
+14088412718
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Kevin H.
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Report | 2 years ago
very tasty broth. the noodles, however were a little uncooked; kind of aldente. otherwise, a tasty meal. i wish that my coupon includes drinks; which it does not.
Thao C.
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Report | 2 years ago
Please put more meat in the pho soup.
Julie N.
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Report | 2 years ago
I like the broth, it has nice mouth watering fragrant. Ox tails was cooked very tender. Service is excellent ( offering choices of steam spout or raw and etc). Things to improve: 1) the cook needs to speed up - I waited 10 min for my soup and I was the only customer. Cut back on portion of noodles a tad. Over all, it's a good addition to Lion Food Court. I will come back.
carmen m.
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Report | 2 years ago
Very friendly and good atmosphere.
sammy d.
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Report | 2 years ago
Need more table to seat
Phung N.
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Report | 2 years ago
Friendly service
Nydia N.
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Report | 2 years ago
For the price...they should at least provide regular forks for people that doesn't know how to use chopsticks instead of the small plastic fork that was provided.
Mark G.
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Report | 2 years ago
the hours are more to for the early birds witch for me is a real plus. 8am - 7pm pho for breakfast is the best. I ordered two to go and was vary happy with the speed and the way they put the to go order together. The only down side for me is now I have to drive 15 miles for my pho but well worth it in my mind.
khoa d.
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Report | 2 years ago
no comment

From Our Editors

While the techniques and flavors of French and Vietnamese cooking blended in Vietnam's kitchens, it was on the streets of that country that the culinary marriage found one of its most popular expressions. Pho, as this new street-served soup came to be called, combined French-style chicken or beef with rice noodles in a salty broth. The flavor proved so popular and enduring, it became the main dish behind several restaurants, including the modern-day Pho Pasteur in San Jose. Pho Pasteur's cooks specialize in beef soups, combining meatballs, eye of round steak, and oxtails into their noodle-rich treats.

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San Jose Restaurant Guide

Dining in San Jose is an eclectic experience, because the city has attracted immigrants from all over the world. While Asian and Mexican flavors dominate the menus of San Jose restaurants, it is possible to find eateries that appeal to any taste and budget. From pho shops and taquerias to Ethiopian restaurants, the city offers a veritable world of dining to its residents.

Mexican food is usually the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of San Jose dining options, and Taqueria San Jose is a great place to find authentic, high-quality Mexican food at a very reasonable price. It offers familiar California Mexican fare such as tacos and burritos, as well as enchiladas and carne asada, in a pleasant and unpretentious atmosphere. Other recommended Mexican venues in San Jose include Mezcal Bistro and Bar, which specializes in the cuisine of Oaxaca, Mexico, as well as El Patio Restaurant Cafe, which combines American and Mexican standards.

Asian eating options in San Jose include Cambodian and Vietnamese establishments as well as Chinese and Japanese eateries. Dalat Restaurant provides the traditional foods of Vietnam to San Jose at affordable prices, while Chez Sovan is a great Cambodian option for a quick and enjoyable lunch.

Falafel Drive-In offers the ubiquitous fried chickpea sandwiches of the Middle East, as well as other regional entrees and side dishes, in authentic style that measures up to anything that can be found overseas. Walia Ethiopian Cuisine is one of a handful of restaurants owned and operated by Ethiopian immigrants who present the flavors of their homeland to fans of exotic foods in San Jose.

Teske's Germania Restaurant is a German beer hall that brings to mind Oktoberfest every day of the year. It is one more international selection that stands out among San Jose restaurants.

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