Pho & Cafe Anh Hong – Good To Be Home

I got H/A to pick me up at the airport and I rewarded him with a meal of his choice. Except, it was really my choice, and I chose Pho & Cafe Anh Hong, which is one of the few vietnamese places in the burbs. I’d gotten take-out from there a few times, but this was my first dining in visit. It’s a few doors down from H Mart. It’s the closest place to home where I can get pho.
H/A got the rice plate with charbroiled chicken, shredded pork, and egg quiche. He liked it, but the shredded pork stuff did not appeal to me. Note to self, do not ever order that.
I wasn’t feeling bun or pho, so I got something I haven’t tried before, the rice flake with charbroiled pork and steam pork roll. I’m not sure where the term rice flake comes from, because it’s not flake shaped or flaky. It’s just wide flat rice noodles that are rolled up and they put the meat stuff on top. It’s basically like a vermicelli bowl except the noodles are different and it’s served on a plate. I was not a big fan of the pork roll. I made H/A eat it because he grew up with that stuff and likes it. Or even if he doesn’t, he’s like a personal food garbage man. This tasted fine, but I think I’ll stick to bun. It was a little bit more difficult to eat.
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Pho & Cafe Anh Hong – Good To Be Home
  1. Brian says:

    Glad your back home!

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