Monday, April 4, 2011

Minji’s Pho

On our quest to learn more about local flavors in University Place, we headed out to Minji’s Pho on Mildred St.

I’ve been to quite a few Pho places since I developed a love for the Vietnamese soup. I would have to rank Minji’s Pho as one of the better ones I’ve been to. The place was easy to find, and we felt very welcomed to sit where ever we wanted, which is nice when you’re trying to take a client out to meet. You can find a seat that you like and quickly get down to business.

The food was prepared quickly. There were not more than a handful of people there though, so who knows when they get packed for lunch.

Our meals were slightly smaller than at other places, but I wouldn’t count this against them. Every place I’ve eaten pho I end up leaving half of my bowl behind. Here I ate all the soup, and a good chunk of the broth and still left half the broth behind, fully satisfied.

The meat in our soup was very tender, unlike some places around that have much tougher beef. They had 2 types of hot sauce/chili paste, and the rest of the normal fixings.

The price was great. I believe we ended up paying around $15 plus tip for 2 bowls of soup, a spring roll and an egg roll. Lunch for two for under $20? I’m sold.

University place is unraveling quite a few hidden gems for us to get lunch at. Very pleased with the days find!

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Thanks for reading,

Nathan Olotoa

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