Pho Pasteur (Boston, MA)

After a very cold day at the Patriot game, I was sure glad that I had researched and selected Chinatown for dinner that night in Boston! We ended out day and trip at Pho Pasteur.

Ambiance/Atmosphere: This small corner spot is in the heart of Chinatown, not far from the metro station. They were busy, but service was quick and staff were friendly. We only had to wait about 10-15minutes for a table and we were done within 30 minutes!

Drinks: The have a variety of drinks, sodas, coffees, teas and even beer and wine. But mom and I just ordered water as we wanted to make the food the highlight of this meal!

Menu: We browsed the menu to this place prior to coming. Plus we got to see everyone’s food come out as we were waiting for our table. We started off with fresh spring rolls. These are my favorite and we selected the pork and shrimp combination filling. I love the rice paper, rice noodles combined with the meats and fresh veggies then dipped in the peanut sauce! Mom ordered the beef pho, that was the small bowl believe it or not haha. I ordered the chicken and rice soup and that came in the large bowl. They do have an even bigger bowl for those that are really hungry or family share with the table! Both were just what we needed. A hot and soothing meal that was hearty and flavorful. We give them a 9/10! Click here to see the full menu!

Tips/Recommendations: They were busy so take notice to peak meal times. They were quick with service so you didn’t have to wait long. Per the site, you can call for reservations and I would recommend for bigger parties! Definitely order the spring rolls and we would recommend both kinds of soup! And as always, try something new every time you go!

Rating: 9/10
Recommend: YES

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