A little over ten years ago, any restaurant with lemongrass and cilantro in its kitchen called itself Fusion to try and ride the growing wave of interest in global cuisine. Pho Fusion, ironically, is trying to capture popular interest by throwing Fusion into its name, even though it is pure, Vietnamese Pho. Nothing wrong with that, but don't expect anything exotically 'fusion' about it.
The menu features all you would expect of a Pho menu, with sections dedicated to the eponymous dish - Pho; noodle dishes (Bun); and rice dishes.
It features a nice-looking interior with a slightly more modern feel than is typical of Pho restaurants.
Service is friendly but ineffective because we've only ever seen one girl working at any time.
The food itself was decent. Not the greatest stock for Pho, but not bad. The chicken in the Bun dishes was all breast meat and nicely chargrilled but overlooked. Vegetables were all reasonably fresh but nothing burst with flavor (virtually the hallmark of Vietnamese cooking).
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