Pho is a New Orleans staple. The city is home to a large Vietnamese community, dating back to 1975 when many refugees from Vietnam arrived in the area following the Fall of Saigon, particularly in Algiers and New Orleans East. Over the decades, Vietnamese cuisine has made New Orleans's food culture richer and is widely regarded as an integral part of its culinary identity.
It's not very difficult to find a neighborhood restaurant for pho — the Vietnamese soup known for its long-simmered broth containing various proteins, herbs, and thin rice noodles. Here are Eater’s picks for 15 spots to get pho in and around New Orleans, updated for winter.
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