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Welcome to Pho Viet and Cafe

Pho Viet wins 2012 Award

Our goal is to bring closer and to share the Vietnamese culture to Bend & Central Oregon’s community. Pho Viet & Café is proud to be the first authentic Vietnamese restaurant to serve the Bend area and it’s patrons. Nestled at the border of NW and NE, at 1326 NE 3rd Street the meeting of South East Asian traditional food and absolutely friendly services.

2017 Spring & Summer hours: 

Monday - Saturday: 10AM - 9:30PM

Sunday Closed

 

 

The Special of the House:

*Phở, Hot Beef Noodle Soup- Served All Day!

Phở is a Vietnamese soup that is a staple of Vietnamese cuisine and culture. The word Phở sounds close to the sound "phuh" to English speakers and the "ph" is said as the /f/ sound. Of course, in Vietnamese, the proper pronunciation must be said with the accurate fluctuation of high and low tones of voice. In Vietnam, from Saigon- Hue- Hanoi, people eat Phở for breakfast, Phở for lunch, Phở for dinner or even Phở for business or a social meeting destinations. Phởcan be made in more than 20 variations, but always has either a flavorful beef broth or a chicken broth base.

Phở chay/Vegetarian Phở which is normally served at Buddhist temples, vegetarian restaurants, or at many regular Phở places. Our Phở chay is 100% Veggie Broth, tofu, carrot, broccoli, baby corn and mushroom, topped with fried shallot onion, a few drops of sesame oil, fresh chopped cilantro and green onion.
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If you want to feel much better and gain super energy for a long working day, let’s try a “Phở” a traditional recipe that has been around for hundreds of years. It comes with the choicest cuts of meat and the finest rice stick noodles in a bowl of our signature beef broth (slow cooked for over 10 hours with a variety of natural herbs ) and served with a side of fresh bean sprouts, jalapenos, lime and basil. That’s called a completed life enjoyable.

Iced CoffeeAlso, the Vietnamese coffee / Vietnamese iced coffee, also known as Ca phe sua da or cafe sua nong (literally "coffee milk ice" or super hot milk coffee), is a traditional Vietnamese coffee recipe. The fine ground roasted coffee beans are hand pressed in the coffee filter (a pot on top of the cup), then extremely hot water is slowly dripped in and mixed with condensed milk. Just sit back relax and watch the coffee drip, mix in the rich color, plus the crisp cold weather or on a rainy day, which adds more romance to the air.

We offer a complete smoothies collection in 12 different varieties of flavors or fresh fruits, with or without lychee and jellies. Beer & wine are also available! This will be your new favorite place for lunch & dinner when you’re with a diverse group of people with diverse tastes, everyone can get their favorite food and leave happy and full.

You’ll find all details of our delicious items in the menu above.

We thank you Bend & Central Oregon’s community for your welcome, kindness and your hospitality.