Thanks, I'm completely willing to settle between somewhere between bland and too salty. I've always had pretty good luck with Pho places that have a number in their name, I will definitely check that out. I gave Vietnam's Pho in the Strip a try last night, it was ok, pretty salty, but they gave you peppers unlike the other places, so that's a plus....
Greetings, I just moved to Pittsburgh. I'm sitting here sick and wanting some pho. It's pretty clear to me from reading Yelp reviews that people don't really seem to know what the H they are talking about regarding pho. I've had both Tram's and Pho Minh and am just kind of bemused by how passionately people are defending such average pho.
Then I remembered Chowhound from my SF Bay Area days, and that I generally fall in line with chowhounders...So, where should I get pho in PIttsburgh? Do I need to give one of these places a second try or what?
I've given up completely on finding pho with lemongrass or a place that gives you the pepper rings, but there has to be somewhere where the beef isn't gristly and the broth doesn't taste like water, right?