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Pho Que Huong Restaurant Review: Pho Que Huong's calming sage green walls under the lazily turning ceiling fans create an inviting interior. But patrons are focused on savoring steaming bowls of pho (noodle soup) with a choice of meats and traditional sides like bean sprouts, basil leaves, jalapeños and lime. A dash of sriracha or a spoonful of the slightly chunky chili sauce can provide additional heat if desired. The beef broth is richly flavorful, but there are chicken and seafood versions of pho, too. Many diners take home bun, which are rice noodle bowls topped with meats, shrimp or tofu, nestled amid fresh crunchy vegetables and cilantro. Com dia, or rice platters, include the tasty cam bo nuang hahn comprising thinly sliced beef stuffed with white onions, then grilled and served alongside steamed rice. Banh mi come brimming with Vietnamese ham or char xiu pork and cucumber, cilantro, jalapeño, shredded carrots and pickled daikon. Besides jasmine tea and da chanh (a lime drink), there is small selection of domestic and imported beers. A Vietnamese iced coffee with condensed milk will provide a sweet finale.