Pho Hung Vietnamese Reaturant


Cuisine type

  • Vietnamese,


  • Soup,


  • Casual,

Languages Spoken

  • English,
1195 Dundas St E, Mississauga, ON L4Y 2C5
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Opening Hours *Holiday hours



  • < $10,

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Chris B

I found a black l...

I found a black long hair in my food, they had no clue what to do with it. They didn't apologize... If you like to eat black noodle this is the place to be! Dissatisfied. Also was trying to charge $3 for water that bill shows $2. Dissatisfied.

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Very good ;)

I liked Pho Hung. The staff is friendly and helpful, it was nice when he suggested I not get the fish soup as it maybe more on the fishy side. I got the veggie spring rolls which were very nice a little on the greasy side but tasted good after soaking in napkins for the extra oil. My veggie pho was really good!! the vermicelli looked good as well. we got lots of food and for $23 including tip for two people, who can beat that!!!

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This popular pho chain has opened a Mississauga location. There are quite a few pho/Viet restaurants in this area, so I'm not sure how Pho Hung will fair. However, I must say that since it's the newest restaurant, they definitely have the best decor out of its competitors! The menu is quite extensive and there are quite a few "rules". Right above the pho section there's a notice that "leftover soup cannot be taken home" or something along those lines and I thought that that was hilarious! One thing I must say is that the tables seem quite close together. There is another level with tables, but I guess it's easier to serve when everyone's seated in 1 room, tightly, rather than 2 separate rooms. No one in my party complained about the food. We ordered a vermicelli, pho, & a vegetarian tofu stir-fry. My pho was pretty good! I'm glad that they had 3 different sizes. The small was slightly more expensive than other pho places at $5.50. However, the meat seemed fresher than other places and when they mean "rare meat", it is rare and actually cooks in the broth. So if you're weary of red meat, skip dishes that contain this. The menu also does a good job of explaining this concept. Overall, it's pretty standard for a pho place. The tofu stir-fry did take the longest to arrive. Service not as fast as the usual Viet places, on the other hand meat+toppings were fresher.

Atmosphere: 5/5
Food: 4/5
Service: 4/5
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