Pho Anh and grill
675 Saturn Boulevard, San Diego, CA, USA
Pho Anh and grill San Diego Reviews
cheap delicious Vietnamese food May 24, 2013
Not attractive place from the outside. Inside looks good - small but nicely turned out, clean and inviting. Green “marble” Formica lining on the right-hand wall, with a long mirror to widen the place, white-tile floor, a green-and-white-checkered tile wall on the left, blond wood tables, dark wood chairs.
The phos go from #6 to #30 on the menu. All different combos of parts of cow and steak slices in different stages of doneness. ’Course, you can get, say, meatballs (#23, $5.75); shrimp, fishball, squid, and crab (#27, $5.95 small, $6.95 large); or vegetables and tofu (#30, $5.75).
The appetizers: spring rolls, basically, with egg, shrimp, pork, or tofu. I love the Vietnamese way of eating them with fresh lettuce and mint leaves that you wrap around the roll before you dip it in the bowl of garlicky, sweet fish sauce.
Prices: Café Sua Vietnamese espresso with condensed milk ($2.75); three egg-roll appetizer, $2.95 ($5.95 for six); two rolls with shrimp and pork, $2.95; #6, special combo pho (soup with rare steak, well-done steak, brisket, flank, tendon, tripe), $6.50; #23 (pho with meatballs), $5.75; #27 (pho with shrimp, fishball, squid, crab), $5.95 small, $6.95 large; #30 (pho with vegetables, tofu), $5.75; #23, meatball pho, $5.75; #40, rice vermicelli with BBQ pork, $6.50; #44, French bread sandwich with BBQ beef, $3.95
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