Not only the locals constantly flooded this place, tourist like myself also visited for its fame.
The stall used really old school method to make their base broth. Daily delivered bones from the market, cooked with onion and spring onion over charcoal heat. The only point that separated them from the rest was that they didn't simmered their sliced beef. There was this small wok beside the main Pot which allowed the cook to stir fry the beef with the broth before adding to the pho. This allowed an extra layer of wok hei in the broth and the flavors were more intense. However, I didn't liked the stir fried beef as I found them too hard and chewy.
Side note: the hygiene for this place is really for the locals. ** I still find Saigon pho better.
Quán Phở Thìn
🏠:13 Lò Đúc, Phạm Đình Hồ, Hai Bà Trưng, Hà Nội
⏰: 0600H to 2030H