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Let's Pho Menu and Take Out in Los Angeles CA, 91423
  • Let's Pho

  • Thai, Asian, Vietnamese, Asian Fusion
  • 4344 Woodman Ave Los Angeles CA, 91423
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  • Hours Closed

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Next Takeout at 11:30 AM

  • Soup
  • Udon Tom Kha Our signature recipe udon is a thick wheat flour noodle typically found in Japanese cuisine. In its simplest form, udon is oftern served as a hot noodle soupr, as kake udon, in a mildly flavored in coconuts soup with chicken and shrimp and fish ball. Spicy and tastes of hot sour.
  • Bangkok Wonton Egg Noodle Soup Egg noodle with shrimp wonton and BBQ pork and Chinese bok choy.
  • Spicy Thai Coconut Soup Coconut milk tames the heat and combines deliciously with shredded chicken breast in spicy Thai coconut chicken soup.
  • Tom Yam Soup One of the most famous of all Thai foods and what I think is one of the best soups in the world. Choice of chicken or shrimp.
  • Pho
  • "PHO" as mush as we love those chewy rice noodles and tender bites of meat, Vietnamese pho is really all about the broth. True pho broth is long simmered the pho beef broth simmered for 24 hours, beef bone marrow with aromas reminiscent of mixed herbs, roasted onions, and ginger make a deeply savory broth, fish sauce pho is a popular street food in Vietnam and it has been adopted by other southeast Asian cuisines.

  • 1. Pho Bo (Beef) Prime beef ribeye USDA top quality is produced from young, well fed beef cattle with abundant marbling. Result will be tender, juicy and flavorful and is well suited for broiling.
  • 2. Pho Combination Beef, tendon, tripe, meatballs.
  • 3. Pho Meat Balls Vietnamese meatball pho noodle soup combines beef stock, green onions, chopped cilantro, ginger, bay leaves, peppers, cloves, star anise, black peppercorns, coriander seeds and Japanese sake. Bring the mixture to a boil and then lowered to a simmer.
  • 4. Pho GA (Chicken) We serve a Saigon style pho recipe. We add a little bit of egg noodle into a rice noodle bowl which makes this dish even more tasty. If you prefer a more traditional style, please let us know.
  • 5. Pho Vegetarian Tofu and mixed vegetable.
  • 6. Pho Gyoza Choice of vegetable, pork or chicken.
  • 8. Pho BBQ Pork Homemade BBQ pork tender. Less fatty.
  • 9. Pho Banh Bot Loc We use pure rice noodle with ground chili garlic oil, fried onion, Vietnamese udon and choice of meat.
  • Beef Short Rib Pho Beef short rib bone simmered for 24 hours, limited to a single order per day. Add side order of beef short rib for $5.00
  • Pho Chicken Curry Served with Vietnamese rice vermicelli and coconut curry soup. Non gmo and gluten free.
  • Bun Thit Nuong Recipe
  • Bun Thit Nuong Marinated meat hot from the wok paired with room temperature rice vermicelli noodles, makes a satisfying main course salad year round. Dressed with a classic Vietnamese dipping sauce and topped with roasted peanuts. The flavors are clean, bright and topped with sliced egg roll.
  • Salads
  • Grilled Chicken Salad Mix green salad with grilled chicken skewers served with our mustard and soy sauce flavored dressing. No MSG added.
  • Naem Khao Tod This dish consists of constant: crispy bits of curried rice croquettes, slivers of fresh ginger, some fresh herbs, fried peanuts, and soured/fermented pork naem. What draws the multitudes to this salad is its varied textures and flavors. With every bits, you get the crunchy rice bits, the tang of the lime and soured pork, the refreshing herbs, the bite of raw ginger, and some heat from the chilies. Oh, and the peanuts, How can that not be good?
  • Labb Kai Thai spicy ground chicken salad. There are variations of chicken laab...add fish sauce, green onion, shallot, cilantro, the rest of the lime juice, ground chili pepper and almost all of toasted rice...served with vegetable such as cabbage, green beans, lettuce and Thai basil.
  • Green Papaya Spicy Salad spicy The green papaya, dried shrimp, toasted peanuts, fish sauce, lime juice and palm sugar.
  • Yellow Curry Salad Homemade Yellow chili Paste and coconut milk with Potato and carrots Served with chicken, steamed rice and Rotee bread.
  • Wok
  • Bangkok Fried Rice Wok pan fried white rice with egg, tomato, white onion, garlic and green onion.
  • Spicy Fried Rice Wok pan fried white rice with egg, tomato, white onion, garlic and green onion.
  • Crab Fried Rice Wok Fried rice with egg and crab meat with scallion onion.
  • Hainanese Chicken Rice The chicken is prepared in accordance with traditional. Hainanese methods, which involves poaching the entire chicken at sub boiling temperatures. The resulting stock is skimmed off and some of the fat and liquid, along with ginger, garlic and in the case of Singaporean and Malaysian chicken rice, panda n leave is used in the cooking of the rice, producing an oily, flavorful rice sometimes known as "oily rice"
  • Khao Man Gai Tod Fried chicken over ice. One of the most common street foods in Thailand is a variation of Khao Man Gai called Khao Man Gai Tod. Special steamed rice topped with deep golden fried chicken. Served with fresh cucumber spicy sweet and sour sauce.
  • Curry
  • Yellow Chicken Curry Homemade yellow chili paste and coconut milk with potato, carrots with chicken served with steamed rice and bread.
  • Bangkok Street Food
  • Kuaytiay Khua Kai The Best Thai Dish You've Never Heard Of - CNN 2011. As with most Thai noodle dishes, kuaytiaw khua kai, whose name translates roughly to "noodles dry fried with chicken, dried squid and ground peanuts.,
  • Far East Stir Fried Noodles (Pad Sw-Eu) The wok pan fried flat noodles with egg and Chinese broccoli. Choice of meat
  • Bangkok Street Food Stir Fried Noodles (Pad Thai) Thin rice noodle, scrambled egg, bean sprout, green onion baked bean curd topped with crushed nuts, chili powder, and lime. With choice of meat.
  • Pad Kee Mao (Pan Fried Spicy Noodle) Drunken Noodles is a Thai restaurant favorite from the streets of Thailand! This is an authentic recipe on the table is 20. With choice of meat. We offer is you want with a gravy style call a "Dunking Noodle"
  • Yakisoba (Chow Mein) This is a dish that is popular in Japan and usually sold as street food. This version is made with BBQ por, although you could easily substitute chicken or tofu.
  • Banh Xeo Savory Vietnamese Crepes I've heard many folks refer to banh xeo as "that Viet egg thing" and it always took me a while to figure out what they were talking about, until they mention the filling has chicken, shrimp, mung bean, bean sprouts and some green onion. These crepes are yellow and kinda look like omelettes but there are actually no eggs in here, It's just turmeric powder that colors em yellow!
  • Spicy Eggplant Thai Style with Fried Egg If you're a fan of Vietnamese clay pot dishes, this should be right up your alley and while I liked the look of the eggplant wedges and red bell pepper Thai sweet basil and ground chicken and fried tofu.
  • Singapore Noodles Steam egg noodles and fried wonton topped with fried egg and mixed vegetables, shrimp and chicken in chef spacial garvey sauce.
  • Kanom Jeen
  • Similar noodles are also found in other cuisines: mi xian is from Yunnan Providence, China; num banh chok from Cambodia; and bun from Vietnam at many restaurants and street food. This dish takes a long time to cook, and very time consuming dish to prepare.

  • Khanom Jeen Nam Ya Served with a hot and spicy with ground chicken based sauce and boiling egg and fresh vegetable and fresh herb.
  • Khanom Jeen Gaeng Keaw Gai Chicken green curry with rice noodles bamboo shoot, eggplants, and an authentically fiery paste, green curry, a coconut sauce over the dainty of rice noodles with boiling egg.
  • Grilled
  • Grilled Meat over Rice with Fried Egg Meat over rice with Vietnamese, pickled fresh cucumbers, carrots, with light bean sauce, topped with green onion and ground peanuts, fried onion egg roll.
  • Crying Tiger Thai style grilled marinated top sirloin steak with "Jaew" Thai dried chili dipping sauce and sticky rice.
  • Something Easy Over Rice
  • Thai Pad Prik Kaeng Moo Krob with Fried Egg This spicy and herbaceous Thai stir fried, one dish meal, known as Pad Prik Gaeng has an amazing blend of flavors and aromas from fresh lemongrass, galangal, kaffir lime, and dry roasted cumin, coriander, and peppercorns. In this example we are using Moo Grob, our crispy Thai-style pork belly, but you can also use sliced chicken, pork, or beef, to make this delicious and authentic meal.
  • Roast Duck Over Rice Sliced roast duck over rice with bok choy with house sauce and soy sauce vinegar and fresh chili.
  • Pad Ka Prao It's a dish that doesn't require many ingredients or demand the kind of skill that takes years to develop. And if this dish could talk, the only thing it would beg of you is that you use the ingredient without which is cannot be what it is:holy basil.
  • Pad Kra Paw Moo Krob Crunchy pork skin, succulent meat, a very flavorful sauce and fresh Thai basil. Served with fried egg over rice.
  • Basil Squid & Shrimps Over Rice with Fried Egg Thai roasted chili paste or nam prik phao is the secret to many dishes in Thai cuisine. It's what give Tom Yum and many Thai dishes their oomph. Recently, the chili paste has become a staple in my pantry. I use it to make various dishes.
  • Mix Vegetable Lover Over Rice Wok stir-fry mix vegetable with garlic oyster sauce. Choice of protein.
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