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March 10th, 2010 12:00 am CHRIS STAMM | Food Reviews & Stories

Cheap Eats 2010


Service at this capacious soup outpost is perfunctory and brusque at best, and the wash of bright white light is not ideal for a meal that requires slurping, but Pho Hung’s beef broth is among the heartiest in Portland. Various combinations of tripe, steak, tendon, brisket and flank are available in two sizes of huge ($7 and $7.50), and while a single bowl is food enough to skip the wan salad rolls ($4), try the kimchi ($1.75) during your short wait for the main course—it’s a kick of perfect palate preparation.

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