Pho Ha | Photo by Claudia Gavin
So many noodles in so many forms. From Asian to Italian, from quick lunches, to luxurious dinners, here are the best noodle dishes in Philadelphia, culled from Philadelphia magazine’s Best of Philly issue.
Best Pho in Philadelphia
Pho is super-abundant in Philly these days, but Pho Ha’s aromatic broths and oily chili paste lift it to the top ranks. 610 Washington Avenue, East Passyunk, 215-599-0264.
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This weekend’s frigid winter weather has us all longing to hibernate until warmer days. But don’t let the cold stop you from going out. Just use it as an excuse to indulge in some heartwarming comfort food that will bring feeling back into your fingertips.
Back in December, we did a round-up of the best soups in Center City and now we’re coming back with the best ramen in town–for those of you who want all the comforts of Japanese food thrown into one large, steaming bowl.
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We now have details on the new noodle house opening at 4040 Locust. Ramen Bar, helmed by Dean Leevongcharoen, will be softly opening shortly after Labor Day, pending a final health inspection. The modern restaurant will hold 50-60 guests for appetizers, ten varieties of ramen and Japanese entrees. Most importantly, of course, Ramen Bar will have a liquor license for sake and beer.
The location will bring a lot of students to Ramen Bar, but Dean insists that he wants his noodle house to welcome everyone from the area to hang out and watch a Phillies game on the restaurant’s TVs. An open kitchen will add another attraction to the West Philly spot.
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