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A group shot of pho, vermicelli bowls, egg rolls, and egg noodle soup at Kevin & Chris’s Noodle House
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Kevin & Chris's Noodle House

Vietnamese

Sunset

$$$$Perfect For:Big GroupsCasual Weeknight DinnerWalk-Ins

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When noodle soup calls to us, we beeline to Kevin’s in the Sunset. This casual Vietnamese restaurant is an institution, as evidenced by the perpetually packed dining room and tightly run operation. It’ll take approximately two seconds once you sit down for someone to take your order, and big steaming bowls of phở will land on the table soon after. Plus, portions are hearty, and everything on the menu, from richly spiced phở to fish sauce-sloshed vermicelli plates, will run you less than $15. 

The dining room at Kevin & Chris’s Noodle House

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Someone pulls noodles out of the mi at Kevin & Chris’s Noodle House

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Food Rundown

The pho dac biet at Kevin & Chris’s Noodle House

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Đặc Biệt

Loaded with more beef than whatever’s going on between you and your neighbor who won’t stop calling SFMTA. The slightly sweet soup is the liquid embodiment of the word cozy.
The mi at Kevin & Chris’s Noodle House

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You probably came to Kevin’s with your phở blinders on, but their egg noodle soups—especially this one with shrimp, fish cakes, and ground pork and chicken—are a sleeper hit.
The bun thit nuong at Kevin & Chris’s Noodle House

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Bún Thịt Nướng

Pour fish sauce all over this, dunk every piece of caramelized grilled pork in your requisite hoisin-sriracha concoction, and you’ll be very content.
The cha gio at Kevin & Chris’s Noodle House

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Chả Giò

A required way to start your meal off. One order comes with four egg rolls that are cut into halves—nice for sharing, but you won’t want to.

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