45760 review-waiting-searching-decent-pho-north waiting-searching-decent-pho-north http://www.kirklandpho.feedback/review-waiting-searching-decent-pho-north 8 8 8 0 0 0 This is what I've been waiting for! I've been searching and searching and searching for decent pho on the north and east side without a lot of luck. But I am happy to report that Kirkland Pho has met my expectations! Faith restored!! Kirkland Pho House is in a small strip center with about 10-15 tables. It is exactly what I look for in a pho spot: a small, family-run place with great food. The produce and protein were very fresh. I was also happy that the noodles weren't complete mush which is one of my pet peeves at a lot of pho places; IMO, they should still have a tiny bite to them. The broth is probably the biggest selling point. It is obviously being made from scratch stock, and it has just the right amount of fat in it where it's not either wading in oil (where it separates halfway through your meal...gross) or completely without flavor. We also had the fresh spring rolls. They were not the best I've had, but I'd rate them at at three stars on their own. The only complaint I have is the chopsticks are pretty weak and cheap disposables. This is so not a deal breaker, but I appreciate a good chopstick. Maybe I'll be a huge dork and take my own the next time. <p>This is what I&rsquo;ve been waiting for! I&rsquo;ve been searching and searching and searching for decent pho on the north and east side without a lot of luck. But I am happy to report that Kirkland Pho has met my expectations! Faith restored!! Kirkland Pho House is in a small strip center with about 10-15 tables. It is exactly what I look for in a pho spot: a small, family-run place with great food. The produce and protein were very fresh. I was also happy that the noodles weren&rsquo;t complete mush which is one of my pet peeves at a lot of pho places; IMO, they should still have a tiny bite to them. The broth is probably the biggest selling point. It is obviously being made from scratch stock, and it has just the right amount of fat in it where it&rsquo;s not either wading in oil (where it separates halfway through your meal&hellip;gross) or completely without flavor. We also had the fresh spring rolls. They were not the best I&rsquo;ve had, but I&rsquo;d rate them at at three stars on their own. The only complaint I have is the chopsticks are pretty weak and cheap disposables. This is so not a deal breaker, but I appreciate a good chopstick. Maybe I&rsquo;ll be a huge dork and take my own the next time.</p> 2016-08-06T22:13+0000

This is what I’ve been waiting for! I’ve been searching and searching and searching for decent pho on the north and east side without a lot of luck. But I am happy to report that Kirkland Pho has met my expectations! Faith restored!! Kirkland Pho House is in a small strip center with about 10-15 tables. It is exactly what I look for in a pho spot: a small, family-run place with great food. The produce and protein were very fresh. I was also happy that the noodles weren’t complete mush which is one of my pet peeves at a lot of pho places; IMO, they should still have a tiny bite to them. The broth is probably the biggest selling point. It is obviously being made from scratch stock, and it has just the right amount of fat in it where it’s not either wading in oil (where it separates halfway through your meal…gross) or completely without flavor. We also had the fresh spring rolls. They were not the best I’ve had, but I’d rate them at at three stars on their own. The only complaint I have is the chopsticks are pretty weak and cheap disposables. This is so not a deal breaker, but I appreciate a good chopstick. Maybe I’ll be a huge dork and take my own the next time.