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16 Places To Get A Pho-Nominal Bowl Of Pho Soup In Albuquerque

Let's just get all the pho-nny puns out of the way. These places are pho-nomenal, I mean pho real. Pho shizzle? Okay, that's enough of that. Grab your cilantro, sprouts, and lime as we dive into this list of places to get your Vietnamese soup fix in Albuquerque. Pho the love, go try a bowl already. What the pho are you waiting for?

Krung Thai

Judi D. on Yelp

Krung Thai may translate to "Thai City" but that doesn't mean you can't get a mean bowl of Vietnamese pho here. Visit them at 7923 Menaul Blvd NW.

Viet Taste

Kellen S. on Yelp

The busy rush at lunchtime is a good indicator of the quality of food you can expect inside at Viet Taste. One big reason? The pho. Try it for yourself at 5721 Menaul Blvd NE.

Street Food Asia and Market

Jenny H. on Yelp

The cuisine at Street Food Asia has the map covered--or at least Asia. The menu includes Malaysian, Thai, and Vietnamese, and that means pho. You can get a bowl from either their Nob Hill location at 3422 Central Ave SE or check out Street Food Market across from UNM at 2300 Central Ave SE.

Saigon Far East

Bobby M. on Yelp

With an unassuming exterior, you might never know about the goodness happening inside Saigon Far East, including good and spicy bowls of pho. Find out for yourself at 901 San Pedro Dr SE.

Pho 79

Moe R. on Yelp

Big portions set Pho 79 apart from the rest of the pack. Track them down at 2007 Candelaria Rd NE or online at pho79albuquerque.com.

Pho #1

Ruby L. on Yelp

With a name like Pho #1, it better be good. Don't worry, it is. The menu features pho in a variety of permutations to fit just what you're looking for. And if you save room for dessert, try an avocado shake. Find them at 414 San Pedro Dr SE.

Pho Nguyen

Jeff A. on Yelp

Cravings for pho don't stand a chance when you're in the vicinity of Pho Nguyen. Drop by their restaurant at 7202 Menaul Blvd NE next time you need your pho fix.

Huong Thao

Anne M. on Yelp

A solid bowl of pho is even better with some spring rolls on the side. Get both at Huong Thao at 1016 Juan Tabo Blvd NE.

Viet Q.

Suburban R. on Yelp

The complimentary papaya salad will set the scene before the main event--the pho--takes the stage at Viet Q. Pay them a visit at 6205 Montgomery Blvd NE.

Basil Leaf Vietnamese Restaurant

Tiffani C. on Yelp

With a clean and comfortable atmosphere and good, fresh eats coming out of the kitchen, Basil Leaf is a solid spot for your Vietnamese food needs. Of course, that includes pho. Try them at 1225 Eubank Blvd NE and check them out online at basilleaf.us.

Pho Linh

Jeremy S. on Yelp

Besides a classic selection of pho, Pho Linh also serves up a sizable beverage menu, including pickled plum soda and salty lemonade with ice. Try them at 5000 Central Ave SE and visit them online at pholinhabq.com.

Cafe Da Lat

Adam B. on Yelp

Sometimes you just want a Vietnamese iced coffee and a hot bowl of pho. Is that too much to ask for? Not at Cafe Da Lat where you can get both and more at 5615 Central Ave NE. Online at cafedalatabq.com.

Que Huong

Jeremy S. on Yelp

Apparently, Que Huong means "home" or "hometown," but don't ask me for a proper pronunciation. All that matters is that they serve good old bowl of pho. Try them at 7010 Central Ave SE and find them online at quehuongabq.com.

2000 Vietnam Restaurant

Ashley W. on Yelp

Where can you get your emissions testing done and find a mean bowl of pho? At 2000 Vietnam Restaurant, of course. The emissions testing place is a separate business but it doesn't mean it's not super convenient to get your car checked out before grabbing some Vietnamese grub. Visit them at 601 San Mateo Blvd SE and online at 2000restaurant.com.

Kim Long Asian Cuisine

Colin S. on Yelp

The Vietnamese options at Kim Long extend much further than pho, including another classic soup called Bun Bo Hue, so fulfilling your Vietnamese cravings is easy. Try for yourself at 2325 San Pedro NE.

May Cafe

Desbah B. on Yelp

Why is there a big towering lumberjack outside? I'm not sure. I do know that this place serves killer pho. Try for yourself (and see the nameless lumberman) at 111 Louisiana Blvd SE.