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Welcome to Pho 88 Restaurant website. Pho 88 Restaurant is proud to serve you the best Authentic Vietnamese Noodle Soup & Cuisine in Fullerton, California. We invite you to come in for a delicious bowl of noodle with newly cut meats, flavorful broth, and fresh vegetables. Besides beef, we also have Chicken Noodle Soup and Vegetable Noodle Soup with tofu and chicken broth. Taste the quality.
Vietnamese Cuisine is famous around the world for its wide range of dishes; There is no exception at Pho 88 Restaurant. We specialize in Rice and Egg noodle with pork soup. Rice plates and vermicelli bowls are available with grilled beef, chicken, pork, shrimps, and vegetables along with your choice of sauce. Looking for more traditional items? Bun Bo Hue, Bun Rieu, Banh Hoi Dac Biet, or Banh Xeo surely will satisfy your desire!
Pho 88 Restaurant also offers a variety of choices for vegetarians including vermicelli bowl with fried tofu, rice or chowmen with the combination of tofu and vegetables. Don't forget to try our Vietnamese Coffee and many other tasty drinks.
It's our pleasure to serve you high quality foods together with excellent customer service. For take-out orders and reservations, please call us at (714) 773-4022.
Phở (Vietnamese pronunciation: [fə᷉ː] ( listen)) is a Vietnamese noodle soup, usually served with beef (phở bò) or chicken (phở gà). The soup includes noodles made from rice and is often served with basil, lime, bean sprouts, and peppers that are added to the soup by the diner.
Eighty-eight (88) symbolizes fortune and good luck since the word 8 sounds similar to the word Fā (发, which implies 发财, or wealth, in Mandarin). The number 8 is considered to be the luckiest number of all in Chinese culture and prices in Chinese supermarkets can often be found containing many 8's (see numbers in Chinese culture). The Chinese government has even been auctioning auto license plates containing many 8s for tens of thousands of dollars. The 2008 Beijing Olympics opened on 8/8/08 at 8 p.m.