The wonton soup is among the most popular shops at “Pho and I”. This soup selection goes for $4.25 and features scallions, onions, lettuce, and shrimp and pork dumplings in a chicken broth. The Tom Yum soup is equally popular. It goes for $4.25 and features cilantro, scallions, tomatoes, fresh mushrooms, chili, lime juice, lemongrass, and Thai style sour and hot soup with your choice of vegetarian, shrimp, or chicken. The Tom Kah soup is also quite a treat for the palate. It goes for $4.25 and boasts a wonderful combination of cilantro, scallions, tomatoes, fresh mushrooms, lemongrass, lime juice, and galangal-seasoned coconut milk soup. The Canh Chua Soup also goes for $4.25 and features fried onions, bean sprouts, basil, tomatoes, pineapple chunks, and Vietnamese style sour and sweet soup with your choice of vegetarian, shrimp, or chicken. The tofu and veggie soup goes for $4.25 and features shop scallions, fresh tofu, vegetables, and bean thread noodles. The rice chowder soup goes for $4.25 and features a memorable combination of scallions, black pepper, and rice in chicken broth, with your choice of vegetarian, shrimp, or chicken.
“Pho and I” offers a wonderful selection of more than half a dozen salads to choose from. The pricing is quite reasonable as most salads are well below the $10 mark. Their house salad goes for $4.95 and features special homemade dressing, carrots, cucumber, tomatoes, and mixed greens. The Saigon salad goes for $7.95 and features home dressing, toasted peanuts, fresh mint, cabbage, shredded carrot, chicken, and poached shrimp. The chicken satay salad also goes for $7.95 and features Thai satay dressing, mixed greens, and grilled chicken.
Fancy something with a touch of papaya? The green papaya salad will more than suffice. This selection goes for $7.95 and features crushed peanuts, lime juice, chile, string beans, tomatoes, shrimp, and papaya strips. And if you are in the mood for some pork, try the grilled pork salad which goes for $7.95 and features homemade dressing, red onion, carrot, cucumber, tomato, and mixed greens.
The grilled chicken salad is also a popular selection among patrons. It goes for $7.95 and features homemade dressing red onions, carrot, cucumber, tomato, and mixed greens. The spicy beef salad goes for $8.95 and features tossed greens, sour and spicy hot homemade sauce, and grilled sliced beef. The Yum seafood salad goes for $9.95 and features lime juice dressing, chili, tossed green salad, mussels, squid, scallops, and freshly boiled shrimps.
The menu at “Pho and I” would not be complete without a mention of noodle dishes. After all, the restaurant distinguishes itself for offering delicious Asian-inspired cuisine. One of the most popular noodle dishes at the restaurant is the Pad Thai. This selection starts from $8.95 and features ground peanuts, bean sprouts, scallions, an egg, chicken, shrimp, and stir-fried rice noodles. The crispy chicken pad Thai goes for $9.95 and features crispy chicken, ground peanuts, bean sprouts, scallions, an egg, and stir-fried rice noodles. The crispy noodle pad Thai also goes for $9.95 and features pad Thai sauce, scallions, eggs, ground peanuts, shrimp, stir-fried crispy egg noodles, and chicken.
Another popular noodle selection at “Pho and I” is the $9.50 drunken noodle. This selection features garlic sauce, chili, mixed vegetables, basil leaves, bell pepper, an egg, stir-fried flat rice noodles, and your choice of meat. As with most of the noodles on this list, drunken noodles can be customized for vegetarians. Mi Xao starts at $9.50 and features mixed vegetables, stir-fried egg noodles, and our choice of vegetarian or meat.
Other noodle dishes offered at the restaurant include Pad See-Ew, Rad-Nar, Chaiya noodle, Jade noodle, spicy Hofun, curry noodle, spicy Udon noodle, symphony noodle, and unseen noodle.