10 pho restaurants you have to try in Columbus

Find local restaurants all across the city, including Westerville, the Short North, and Easton Town Center.

Veggie pho from 61Pho | Photo by @6_1_Pho

How spicy do you like your pho? | Photo by @6_1_Pho

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If you’re on the hunt for pho, these 10 local restaurants are serving up big broth energy in each bowl.

Buckeye Pho, 761 Bethel Rd.

While Buckeye Pho is mostly a take-out restaurant, it offers dine-in services Friday-Sunday.

Huong Vietnamese Restaurant, 1270 Morse Rd.

Many of the featured pho dishes come with rare steak, but others like the pho khong thit are just noodles.

Lan Viêt, Multiple locations

Good things take time + that’s why this local vendor at both North Market locations takes 24-hours to create its homemade broths.

Pho Asian Noodle House & Grill, 1288 W. Lane Ave.

Each order of pho is made with homemade broth + comes with a side of bean sprouts, basil, cilantro, jalapeño, and lime.

Pho Chef Asian Noodles & Grill, 3540 W. Dublin Granville Rd.

Find 18 different styles of beef pho, including some made with Vietnamese meatballs, brisket, or steak.

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The Lan Viêt located at Bridge Park. | Photo via @lanvietmarket__

Pho Q Nha, 5742 Kathy Run Ln.

This local spot is recommended by Avishar Barua, Columbus-based chef + former Top Chef star.

Pho Social, 3991 Worth Ave.

Grab a bowl at this Easton Town Center location that sports 4.5 stars on Yelp after 75+ reviews.

Saigon Asain Bistro, 50 Neverland Dr.

Choose from 16 different options at this popular Lewis Center shop.

WP²HO, 30 Westerview Dr.

Make a selection between five different beef phos with the option to add rice noodles on certain orders.

61Pho, 4386 N. High St.

This homemade Vietnamese street food restaurant offers large portions of completely customizable pho ranging from beef, chicken or tofu.

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