Pho Thin is a little different than most of Salt Lake’s Vietnamese restaurants. It’s a bit more upscale than you might normally expect, with a vibrant color palette, subdued lighting, a large communal table in the front of the restaurant, counter seats that are perfect for solo diners, and a couple of booths in the back. Naturally, most people come for the pho. For the uninitiated, pho is a beef-based Vietnamese soup with rice noodles. The broth is everything, and is usually made by simmering charred onions and beef bones for a lengthy period. The broth typically has subtle hints of star anise, clove, ginger and cinnamon. To that broth is added the customer’s choice of meats and/or other accessories.
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