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I ordered beef pho and it was very good. The broth was like what i used to have before 1975. The broth aroma and richness were perfect. The fresh noddles made a huge difference. I would recommend this place. It was crowded.
Chosen at random given it was the only place still open. Friendly and fast service. Decent menu choices but I think I picked badly. Went for a hot and spicy beef soup dish. The only meat I could find in it was a weird slice...More
Each time in Paris we visit this restaurant. Until now it hasn’t disappointed us. The row at the entrance seems so growing longer and longer but the staff is very alert and friendly to guide you through the line.
Staff is working fast and always...More
We know the Pho Bida Vietnam since it was in the shopping center, at the place where is now Siam Siam. Being invited by friends living in Paris, we just have the same experience with the Vietnamese restaurants in the 13th district of Paris: it...More
Straight to the point.
If you are in Paris and you want to try something different, you must go to Pho BIDA.
+ Try the Pho beef soup without guts. Say no more!
+ Menu is in Vietnamese, French, and English.
The food is excellent, i.e. very tasty and fresh, diverse as well. The restaurant is very clean, and the service extremely friendly. The value for money is excellent. To my mind, this is the best Vietnamese restaurant in Paris. A place where we keep coming...More
After reading other reviews on Trip Advisor I went to this small Vietnamese restaurant on rue Nationale and was not disappointed. I ordered vermicelli noodles with beef and spring rolls, together with coconut juice. The noodles were very good -- plenty of cooked ingredients and...More
For my travel at Paris, i try to find a vietnamese restaurant in Tripadvisor. And i see this restaurant. My first time we try the vietnamese food at this restaurant. So yummy with my true Bun Cha Ha Noi. The taste is really the same...More
Far off the beaten path, this part of Paris is a forgotten gem worth exploring. Avenue d’Ivry houses Europe's largest Chinatown with great Asian supermarkets and shops, and a thrilling atmosphere around Chinese New Year. Place d’Italie impresses onlookers as soon as they set their eyes on it. Not far, around La Butte aux Cailles, the streets suddenly imitate provincial France and you’ll feel like you’ve
been transported. The beauty of these streets lies in their surprises around every twist and turn.