Enjoy classic Vietnamese recipes such as pho simmered with rare beef, bahn mi sandwiches, vermicelli noodle bowls, and seafood
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- $13 for $20 worth of Vietnamese food
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About PHOever Maine
In 1989, the Huynh family emigrated from war-torn Vietnam to the United States, settling in Portland, Maine. They weren't able to take along many tangible possessions—just two suitcases of clothes—but they did bring a slew of Vietnamese recipes that they knew by heart. Those recipes brought the comfort of familiarity to family meals and also made the Huynhs popular with new friends who sampled the cuisine.
The family now officially shares their Vietnamese specialties with the public at PHOever Maine. Here, diners can sample appetizers such as chao tom, a dish made by artfully placing ground shrimp around slices of fresh, peeled sugar cane. More substantial fare includes vermicelli noodle bowls and pho simmered with rare beef. The cooks also put together banh mi sandwiches with fresh baguettes, covering your choice of chicken, pork, or beef with pickled carrots, daikon, and other flavorful ingredients.