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Pho-Men on Troy 411 Troy Avenue Brooklyn, New York 11213

411 Troy Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11213

Edamame- Steamed edamame, sea salt, lime

Summer Rolls consisting of 2 rice paper filled rice noodles, pickled and fresh vegetables and surimi. It is served with an authentic Asian peanut butter sauce.

Green Papaya Salad- Green papaya, vegtables, surimi, served with a Vietnamese sauce

Rice cakes- 2 Japanese rice cakes with Asian pickles

Seaweed Salad- Japanese hijiki seaweed, pickled ginger, cucumbers, toasted sesame, with traditional Japanese dressing

Original - Cured citrus beef, pickled and fresh vegetables, served on a baguette with Hoisin aioli sauce

Ginger- Cured ginger beef, pickled and fresh vegetables, served on a baguette with Hoisin aioli sauce

Portobello- Smoked Portobello mushrooms, pickled and fresh vegetables, served on a baguette with Hoison sauce

Combo Chicken- Beef broth, pouched chicken and a chicken meatball.  Served with a side of bean sprouts, herbs and citrus

Combo Beef- Beef broth, fresh and cooked meat and a meatball.  Served with a side of bean sprouts, herbs and citrus.

Original-  Beef broth, fresh and 3 kinds of meat cuts. Served with a side of bean sprouts, herbs and citrus.

Everything- Beef broth, fresh and 3 kinds of meat cuts, chicken meatball and a meatball. Served with a side of bean sprouts, herbs and citrus.

Served with a soft boiled egg, meat or chicken, carrot, bamboo shoots and seaweed.
Shio Chicken
Schmaltz Chicken

Black Garlic Chicken
Miso Chicken
Soy Chicken
Shio Beef
Schmaltz Beef
Black Garlic Beef
Miso Beef
Soy Beef 

Toppings for the Ramen
Roasted Smoked Tomato
Sweet corn
Extra Noodles
Pickled Tofu
Extra Meat
Shiitake Mushrooms 

Strawberries Orange
Blueberries lime
Cold Hot Chocolate
Chai Masala
Lime Mint Bubble Tea



Shio Beef / Black Garlic Beef.



information about Pho-Men on Troy
CHK (Crown Heights Kashrus)

Sunday: 5pm- Kitchen Closes at 10pm
Monday-Wednesday: 6:30pm-Kitchen Closes at 10pm
Thursday 6:30pm-Kitchen Closes at 11pm

Cuisine: Vietnamese
Avg. Check: $20-$30
Attire: Casual Neat

Succah On Succot: No
Nine Days Menu: No
Open for Pesach: No


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ABOUT Pho-Men on Troy
The update you've all been waiting for...

Pho-men on Troy (
Phomennoodles) is opening this Wednesday evening!

Yep, it's happening. I was there this past Thursday night for a secret tasting of some of their dishes, which you can see below. But the decor is set, the food is ready and I think you'll say it was worth the wait.
The casual, neat restaurant is a first for Brooklyn, specializing in the Vietnamese cuisine of Pho and Ramen Noodles. The complexities and layers of flavors in their bowls were unique and exciting. It is an education and experience far from the cuisines we've all been used to eating, like sushi, steak and schnitzel. There will certainly be a learning curve for all of us to understand the language and technique of this Far East exotic cuisine, but I for one am excited to see it here in the area and for you guys all to try it and let us know what you think.


What is Pho?

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Pho (pronounced fuh) is a Vietnamese noodle soup consisting of broth, rice noodles, a few herbs, and meat, primarily made with either beef or chicken. Pho originated in the early 20th century in northern Vietnam, and was popularized throughout the rest of the world by refugees after the Vietnam War.


Review 3/18/18 (Esther Anzaroot)
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