Price Range : Under $10 ($)
Adress: 13736 E Quincy Ave, Aurora, CO 80015
Phone: (303) 699-7777
- turned_in_notHealth Score70 out of 100
- list_altTakes ReservationsNo
- credit_cardAccepts Credit CardsYes
- thumb_upGood ForLunch, Dinner
- local_parkingParkingPrivate Lot
- directions_bikeBike ParkingYes
- accessibilityGood for KidsYes
- groupGood for GroupsYes
- volume_upNoise LevelQuiet
- transit_enterexitOutdoor SeatingNo
- tvHas TVYes
Hands down my favorite pho place in Aurora. The servers are always attentive whether it be with refilling my water or anything else. The food comes out fast and the portions are reasonably priced. When I'm not getting pho, I usually get the bun bo hue and it's so good! Definitely give it a try if you want something other than pho. I've also tried the com dac biet, and the portions are big. Can't wait to come in again!
Chicken and shrimp pho on a chilly day is damn near euphoric. I went to this Pho restaurant two times in two days. You know when you get that Pho craving, you have to have it fixed!
On the first day, I think I caught them at a bad time. There were a couple dirty tables, the server was running around like he was busier than he could handle, and my pho came out in 33 minutes. Trust me, I timed it cause I was STARVING.
The second time, I was there with my daughter. It wasn't as busy, we were given seats immediately, and then we hand pho within 10 minutes.
Outside of the service being lackluster the first time, the second time they showed that experience was out of the norm. As it relates to the food, I can say with full confidence I will be back. Chicken and shrimp pho on a chilly day is damn near euphoric.
Pho 75 is a great quick spot for Pho. It is close to my mothers house so we have gone there many times. I always get the rare steak with tripe Pho or the seafood Pho with extra fish balls. My mothers staple is the beef or pork vermicelli noodle bowl. We usually share Vietnamese egg rolls and I order the Vietnamese coffee.
This is definitely a good place for a quick lunch or dinner on a cold snowy night if you can make it out of your neighborhood.
I decided to try this place out since it is close to home and has pretty good reviews. I ordered the beef Pho and fried egg sandwich. These were the only 2 things I ate all day. In the afternoon, I got very sick and threw up everything. I was a little iffy about the 'beef' to begin with. It was not like any beef I had seen before, and it turned a weird shade of light grey after being in the soup. Even my mother made a comment about the texture. I could have eaten dog meat for all I know. Although the broth was very good and ingredients were fresh, I believe the meat was something weird, and my stomach cannot handle whatever it was. Never had this reaction before. But friendly staff, nice place.
Our favorite Pho place. Close to home. The best fried crab cheese wontons ever. Seriously.