Infamous for proclaiming its chicken pho recipe is “so delicious you’ll cry,” Pho Ga Tony Tony is expanding from Duluth and Norcross, Georgia, to Las Vegas’ Chinatown and importing a phở gà obsessed menu, “like you’ve never had before.”
Filing initial paperwork earlier his year, operators Vinh Nguyen, Thu Trang Vu, and Tony Le, who also acts as executive chef, are replacing the shuttered, 13-year-old Pho Little Saigon at the Spring Mountain Square retail center.
Inspired by Philadelphia's Pho Ga Thanh Thanh restaurant created by chef Le’s parents, Pho Ga Tony Tony debuted in Norcross in 2019 to rave reviews.
Roomy enough for a maximum occupancy of 96 inside, new signage should soon be added to the easy-to-spot building, expected to debut later this summer.
Serving a very compact menu, the phở gà or chicken pho is served with a choice of rice, egg, and fat rice noodles, prepared together in a bowl or with quarter, half, and whole chicken portions delivered on the side, ready to be dipped into a citrus sauce and then paired with the broth.
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