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Dish of the Week » Pho

Published October 15, 2009 5:55 pm
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$5-$6 » Comfort food, a bit redefined. No offense to chicken noodle soup, but at times the body needs aromatics laced within the bone-warming broth. Add to it soft, thin rice noodles, sliced meats and a do-it-yourself seasoning at the table and a humble bowl of soup turns into an exotic treat. Vietnamese beef noodle soup, or pho (pronounced "fuh") is warm, delicious, filling and incredibly affordable. Pho Tay Ho's version relies on a russet-colored broth that weaves together soft notes of cinnamon, onion and star anise.

Pho Tay Ho is at 1766 S. Main St., Salt Lake City; 801-466-3650. Hours are M-S, 11 a.m-9 p.m.; Su, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.

- Vanessa Chang

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