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7.8

High Lúa

$$$$

182 S 2nd St, Brooklyn
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High Lúa is our favorite place to get phở in Williamsburg, and we especially recommend their classic beef or chicken options. The broth here relies more on aromatics than salt for flavor. In fact, there’s so much going on that even if you normally add hoisin or chili paste to your phở, you might want to consider skipping it here. The noodles are a little thicker than they are at some other spots, but we generally like the texture.

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