Pho may have started southeast of Hanoi but eventually it traveled all over Vietnam, and different versions became available in locales across the country. In New York, the Saigon type — heaped with herbs and sprouts and sweetened with sugar — has been the principal version, but that’s beginning to change as the city’s dining scene pumps up with new restaurants. Now, pho is more popular than ever — with versions not only deploying beef, but chicken, seafood, and vegetarian bowls as well. Here are some of our favorite spots to score a bowl.
Note: This represents an extensively revised version of a map first published March 6, 2017.Read More