I Went here with my husband the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, we both ordered the "Pho Ga" which is the chicken pho.
On the way home we started feeling very sick and were in fact brutally sick that night.
We called them the next day to give them the heads up that we got FOOD POISONING and to check the kitchen (especially so other people didn't get sick either) and to please reimburse our $17 meal, to which we got a very rude no, and that it was not them and blah blah.
5 days later i'm still feeling sick, so i got to the doctor, who gives me a test and tells me a couple days later that i got SALMONELLA! Yes i called them back to tell them and to again ask for my money back and confirm that i got VERY SICK, again they were very rude.
It took me 8 DAYS to start eating again, and 14 to fully recover(with my antibiotics).
A sorry would have been nice, my $17 back would have been nice, and for them to be responsible and check their kitchen would have been just great. Instead i got a very rude manager, George, with no customer service skills, and who wouldn't even talk to me but instead referred me to his lawyer- who again was a complete jerk.
IF YOU WANNA GET FOOD POISONING THIS IS YOUR PLACE!!!!
Pho Show. At least it has a cute name..
With a name like Pho Show, half the fun is in the name (and making corny 40 Year Old Virgin jokes. Easy Steve Carell.) There's a steady lunch crowd but never had a wait.
I usually go with the regular combination pho with tripe, tendon, brisket, meat balls, and rare beef and eggrolls. Sounds like a lot? Don't worry. You only get two pieces of each listed meat. Oh no! Worried that you'll have a horrible ratio of noodles to meat? Oh, don't worry. You only get a small handful of noodles too. Meh. You get a weight watcher's XS portion of everything. Sweet. God's way of telling me to ease up fatass or do more coke like a responsible adult.
The eggrolls are measly and strangely similar to those at chinese restaurants rather the more traditional flavors that viet eggrolls carry - there's no vermicelli, pork flavor, and those crunchy black things.
But the question is, is it still passable? Let me phrase my answer carefully... with enough sriracha and condiments, you can turn any bland bowl of broth into an acceptable meal. Being one of the only 3 pho places on the westside, I suggest you start learning how to mask your tastebuds. Adjust accordingly.