photo credit: Brittany Hinson
When we’re craving a meal inspired by the street food scene of Saigon, we head to Lady Ha. It sits beneath the Ford Factory Lofts just off the BeltLine. Although the interior with exposed brick walls and industrial chic light fixtures would be easy to write off as just more BeltLine development explosion, one bite of their banh mi’s slathered with butter mayo will have you eating your words. While this isn’t strictly a pho spot, it’s still a solid stop when we’re craving some hot broth — the nearly-colorless house chicken pho reminds us of the comforting chicken noodle soup from our childhood. Stuffed with thin noodles and scallions, the cilantro is served on the side so if your olfactory receptors have a thing against the herb (our condolences), you can still enjoy.
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