All the best places to get a bowl of pho in Atlanta.
February 15, 2023
East Atlanta Village
Located in Krog Street Market, Pho Nam is a great little place to get some pho, banh mi, and spring rolls.
Goldilocks would be at home here with bowl three sizes and the most pho selections of any place in town.
Slide into a booth at Nam Phuong on Buford Highway and prepare for pho broth that is liquid gold.
What We Suki Suki lacks in aesthetics, it more than makes up for in flavor.
It’s safe to say Anh’s Kitchen will assault your senses. But the invasion of flavors is why we keep going back to this casual Vietnamese eatery in the heart of Midtown.
Mai Kitchen in VaHi has laid-back yet trendy vibes that we kinda dig and a menu with all of our favorite Vietnamese dishes.
Old Fourth Ward
When we’re craving a meal inspired by the street food scene of Saigon, we head to Lady Ha.
For pho purists, Glenwood Park’s Pho Cue might come off as some type of unforgivable sin with its mixture of barbecue and pho.
When we’re downtown and craving a bowl of hot broth, Dua’s always provides a quick, casual, and reliably good option.
We like Vietvana because it’s one of the few spots where you can build your own pho—with five broth options and 12 meat options.
We like to hit up O Mi Ga when we can’t be bothered to wait in a line of any size.
Pho King is reliable and quick, so we’ll still hit it from time to time, but Pho King in Midtown should really be downgraded to Pho Duke.
So Ba isn’t on the main drag of EAV, so it’s a little harder to accidentally stumble across, but we think their pho alone makes them a worthy landmark.
December 21, 2022
Le Fat is a Vietnamese bistro in West Midtown that serves all of the classics, along with a few French and Chinese dishes.
October 17, 2019
Check out Lee’s Bakery on Buford Highway for Vietnamese classics like pho and some of the best banh mi in the city.
June 11, 2018