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By: Shane C.
Joy Pho & Teriyaki
The counter man is always super respectful and hard working. I can't say how much I love this place with a passion!
By: Andrew P.
Joy Pho & Teriyaki
This place is amazing. My friends and I stopped by after our long hike. We all ordered the combo fried rice and coffee. We were very impress with how good the food was. The waiter also constantly checked on us, which was very nice! The restaurant was also very clean. We all plan to come back again and eat in the future.
By: Celine S.
Joy Pho & Teriyaki
This is the best pho restaurant I have ever been to. My husband and I ordered two large phos and our two kids both ordered two chicken teriyaki. The pho came was delicious, it had just the right flavoring. The vegetables were also super fresh. The waiter and staff that work in this restaurant are very nice, they continuously make us feel welcome and check on us often to see if everything is going alright. I recommend everyone to try this place at least once. We plan to come back and eat here in the future.
By: Terri K.
Joy Pho & Teriyaki
Never ever will I step in this place again. Oh my goodness, what an experience. I ordered Pho with beef and tendon. One of my favorites, my friend ordered the same but added tripe and a large bowl. One more person at our table ordered the dinner for two, with shrimp, veggies and wraps to make your own spring rolls.Both bowls of pho came and with no joke the tendon was almost invisible. We dredged the two bowls and found enough of the tendon and tripe to fill a half of a tablespoon container. The ball of noodles at the bottom of the half filled bowl was less than 3/4s of a cup and that is with liquid rehydrating them. The dinner for two of wraps came more than ten minutes after our pho and was a joke. The 7 by 10 inch tray was more than half layered with romaine lettuce, 4 over cooked shrimp with the shell, and 6 strips of either left over beef reheated or way over cooked with sesame. The small saucer of rice noodles were enough for one roll up and the sprouts were a joke. Two petite frozen but deep fried egg rolls were on the tray as well. We took the tray of garbage home to feed my animals and could hardly wait to leave to let you all know to save your money. When I mentioned the portion sizes the server told me how many hours you must cook the bones for the broth, and the whole story. Who asked? 40.00 bucks for nothing? Just up the hill at the Mucks is a much better dinner for the same price and in Federal Way, pho on every corner for less. Be smart, go someplace else. And they have moved they are next to Albertsons now. Horrible, horrible.

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