Pho 88 is a family owned restaurant that offers a vast selection of authentic Vietnamese dishes. Our popular and delectable pho (beef noodle soup) is a must try! We also serve other appetizing dishes such as rice, stir-fried, rice vermicelli, egg and clear noodles, and vegetarian dishes. We offer a variety of drinks to quench your thirst from our most popular Vietnamese ice coffee with condensed milk to import beers and wine. Pho 88 is a great place to come in for lunch and/or dinner, and has a spacious dining area to host big events. We also offer catering services for special occasions.
Pho 88 has been featured in reviews from the Orlando Weekly, Gayot.com, Trip Advisor, Orlando Sentinel (2001), Orlando Chow and was awarded the Foodie Award in 2001 and 2002 for Best Vietnamese by the Florida Magazine.
There are a ton of great vietnamese restaurants in "Little Saigon" in Orlando,and I consider this the best. Bo Tai canh is a must,and there banh mi is amazing. The pho' dac biet is also authentic and comes with tripe and tendon (something lesser shops will skip out on ) and may be the most flavorful dish on the menu.Five stars easily.
Good pho. Was only my second time having pho and although different than the other one I had, this one was tasty too. I had tofu and veggies along with a shrimp spring roll. The peanut sauce was very tasty but the spring roll (soft rice paper, what I know of as a summer roll) which comes with shrimp/pork and I got with only shrimp was underwhelming as it was only lettuce, rice noodles, and shrimp. There wasn't anything wrong with it, it just wasn't amazing. The pho was good - with chunks of tofu, carrots, broccoli, onions, cabbage, peppers, snow peas, green onions, mushrooms, rice noodles, and baby corn in a delicious (but SUPER burn your tongue) broth, it was really satisfying. My boyfriend had grilled pork with egg rolls on rice noodles and he enjoyed his as well. I didn't get my side plate of bean sprouts, lime, onions, etc but I wasn't torn up about it and could have asked if I wanted it. I came here again today - sick - to pick up takeout, just the pho this time. I was told to come in 15 minutes and when I got there I waited 18 minutes for my food. They were really busy so I was trying to be patient but when I finally got my food home it was lukewarm which means it was sitting in the back quite a while (thinking of how hot it was when I got it the other day, I feel like it had to have been there almost since when I called). It was pretty annoying but the quality of the food was good (and I got my side items this time). Overall I'd say that aside from the crowdedness of dining in, this is a better option. If you get take out, just plan to wait as I've read this complaint from others as well.