Pho is Vietnamese comfort food at its best. It was a cold night and a bowl of Pho warmed us up nicely! My husband and I are newbies to Pho but got the low down on what to expect from our son, Millennial 3. I ordered filet mignon and meatballs in my Pho. What came out of the restaurant’s kitchen was a large bowl steaming hot with noodles and many herbs, scallions in a broth that smelled wonderful! In addition, there was a plate of bean sprouts, jalapeño peppers, limes and basil to add to our Pho. If you chose to spice it up there was sriracha and hoisin sauce to dip the meat into the sauce then mix with broth and noodles. Apparently, there is quite the discussion on YouTube on how to correctly eat Pho. As I looked around the room there were various methods that ultimately got the noodles and meat into your mouth. Some patrons took the spoon and twisted the noodles on the chopsticks and used the spoon for any fall over. Others put their head as close as possible to the bowl and brought the soup and noodles in a shovel like mode into their mouth. Both methods accomplished the job. Who the Pho knows what is the right and wrong way to eat it but don’t worry it all can get into your mouth the same way. I didn’t eat the sauces with my soup as I heard they added some heat. Next time I have Pho I am going to be a little more adventurous and add different toppings and sauces to it to make a richer base.