Specializing in authentic Vietnamese Pho soups + Dishes
Phở (pronounced FUH) originated in the early 20th century in northern Vietnam. It is a Vietnamese soup consisting of broth, bánh phở (rice noodles), simple herbs and vegetables, and meat (most often beef) . The type of meat typically found in Pho is usually either phở bò (beef) or phở gà (chicken).
Serving traditional vietnamese subs
Bánh mì or banh mi (Pronounced Bun Mee) is the Vietnamese word for bread or a type of baguette which is often split lengthwise and filled with various savory ingredients as a sandwich and served as a meal. Plain banh mi is also eaten as a staple food with other traditional dishes.
PHO: (Rice Noodle Soup)
All soups are served with our 18+ hour simmered beef broth, rice noodles, beansprouts, hot pepper, lime and fresh basil.
BEST SELLER: Pho Sate (Rare Beef Satay)
Pho Tai (Rare beef slices in soup)
Pho Chin (Well-done beef slices in soup)
Pho Ga (Chicken in soup)
Khai Vi: (Appetizers)
Cha Gio (Deep Fried Spring Rolls)
Goi Cuon (Fresh Salad Rolls)
Bun Cha Gio Thit Nuong
(BBQ Beef Vermicelli with Spring Rolls)
BANH MI (Bánh mì Pronounced Bun Mee)
Subs are served with carrots, cucumber, onions, cilantro, jalapeno peppers, pickled Vietnamese radish.
*Beef Satay Saigon Sub (most popular)
BBQ Beef Sub
Satay Chicken Sub
Lemongrass Chicken Sub
Cold cut Sub (Original Vietnamese Sub)
Vegetarian + Tofu
Buy 1 sub, get 1 pop FREE!
Filled with veggies and flavour, you won't have to remove the crusts from these tasty subs, perfectly sized for little hands.
LOCALLY OWNED with family roots
The FIRST Vietnamese restaurant specializing in Pho now has a second location in Okotoks. Since opening in Calgary in 1987 the demand for a location in the south was high and this family-run local business decided to expand. The #15 Beef Sate Pho is what built Pho Hoai's business and continues to be the number one seller at both locations.
Matriarch & CEO ‘Mother’ Theresa Nguyen started Pho Hoai in the heart of China Town Calgary, AB. Her store was the first of its kind in the Stampede City and longest-standing restaurant in the ethnic village operating since 1987. She fled the Vietnam War in the mid-'70s seeking refuge for her young family. Cleaning office buildings when she first arrived in Canada then saving enough money to then buy a small video store. Mother worked her way up the corporate ladder to be able to house some of her family's most loved recipes in her beloved noodle shop.
Roger & Lyndsey Tran decided to leave the corporate lifestyle in 2014 and entered the world of entrepreneurship. With a small push from Mother they sought out an available restaurant space located in the small town of Okotoks and haven’t looked back since. They take pride in knowing their customers ‘usual’ orders and frequently have them on the table as soon as they’re seated. Always looking to serve, just ‘Pho’ you.