For years, this casual neighborhood Vietnamese spot right under the 4 line on Jerome Ave has served pho with brisket, steak, tripe, and tendon. It’s some of the best in the Bronx, and they’re open for takeout and delivery right now. We like that their pho is sweet and salty enough on its own, and doesn’t need any hoisin. But if you do like the feeling of adding something to your bowl of noodle soup, make good use of the limes, mint, and jalapeño that come with every order.
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