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Featured Deal: $10 for $20 Worth of Traditional Vietnamese Food from Pho 79 Vietnamese Restaurant

Where do you get the most pho-bulous Vietnamese cuisine? Right here in Richmond at Pho 79! The ultimate comfort food, Pho 79 is the real deal, presenting large portions with fresh basil, sprouts, chili peppers and sauces to delight the palate... and for $10 for $20 worth of this exotic and sensational Vietnamese fare, you're sure to be back for more.

About Pho 79 Vietnamese Restaurant

Accoding to Wikipedia, the origin of pho is uncertain, and is mostly culled from oral histories. While a distinctly Vietnamese dish, pho has French and Chinese influences. Still, the consensus among academics, diners and restaurateurs is that it originated in the early 20th century in northern Vietnam.

The specific place of origin appears to be southwest of Hanoi in Nam Dinh province, then a substantial textile market, where cooks sought to please both Vietnamese (with local rice noodles, of Chinese origin) and French tastes (cattle before the French arrival being beasts of burden, not frequently sources of beef). It was first sold by vendors from large boxes, until the first pho restaurant was opened in the 1920s in Hanoi.

One thing is for certain, Pho is the ultimate comfort food. Pho 79 is the real deal, presenting large portions with fresh basil, sprouts, chili pepers and sauces to delight the palate.

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6909 Staples Mill Rd Richmond VA, 23228
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