Pho Savoy is located in a lane off Dunhua/Tun Hua Road (Section 1) next to two Taipei institutions: The Diner and Carnegie's. Just keep walkin' past them because Pho Savoy has far better food and service.
The pho is excellent with traditional options like rare beef, flank, tendon, and tripe. Pho Savoy also offers Thai-inspired tom yum soup as well as special seafood soups. In the summer the bun dishes of cold vermicelli noodles, salad, and BBQ meats are the best. And their bahn mi is a good choice any time!
The restaurant itself is very clean with a modern decor. The staff are cheerful and extremely efficient. If you are dining solo during a busy period don't be surprised if you are asked to share a table - it's common in Taiwan - but they will seat you at your own table if they can. Take out is also an option if you're having a working lunch or are on your way home after work.
Prices are very reasonable, with most dishes priced between $160 and $220.
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