A rare Vietnamese dining option in the neighborhood, newcomer District 7 Pho has set a debut date in the northwest for its self-described menu of “favorable delights.”
A neighbor to the recently launched DB’s Cajun Kitchen, the pho soup specialists will open on July 7, easy to find at the intersection of Rancho Drive and Craig Road and inside suite 120 at the Imperial Plaza retail center.
Planned to be open daily from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and closing at 6 p.m. on Sundays, appetizers will include garlic butter clams, grilled pork spring rolls, and shrimp patties, plus vermicelli and rice plate entrees featuring grilled pork chop, Chinese sausage, pork belly, and shrimp.
The pho collection is separated into “traditional” and a “dry” option for diners ordering pho noodles with house sauce, but serving vegetables and broth on the side.
Traditionalists can add rare steak, beef meatballs, fatty flank, brisket, chicken, vegetables, and a limited time oxtail upgrade, all served in a broth the restaurant promises will simmer for “over 20 hours.”