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Vietnamese Pho Four Dinner At San Jose

MACY'S is our favourite shopping outlet.... We ladies can practically spend 4-5 hours there easily!  So much to see, to try and to buy.  I have tried refraining, my two suitcases are definitely not enough if I keep on buying what I don't really need.  My weakness is... I see them cheap, I buy and then at times end up returning them after a few days!  Bad habit, I confess!  

This is just the third day and I have got a couple of things.  By the time we had our dinner, it was almost 9pm and most of the shops are closed except for the Vietnamese restaurants.  They are real hardworking people!  I miss their Pho, I normally order beef flanks and tendons....
We came here for our dinner cum supper...
Beautiful ambiance...
We are not the only parons at this hour...
My big bowl of pho...
With their condiments..
I like squeezing more lemon inside the soup...
It is good to share...
We surely cannot finish one big bowl by ourselves....


Comments

  1. So fancy and pretty! YES, I LOVE Macy's as well!! It's a good thing our Macy's is over an hour away, or I would be there all the time, and spending way too much! I just love to hang out there. We have one Pho shop nearby, I must try it!

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  2. Still not accustomed to the taste of this cuisine.

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  3. The only vietnam cuisine i like is bun chap

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  4. The MACY'S is always crowded and popular with tourists.

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  5. I would love that bowl of Vietnamese pho. Yes, it does seem that the serving of almost everything overseas is huge!

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  6. Vietnamese is one of my favorite cuisines!

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  7. The bowl of pho looks delicious and I think if I am hungry I can finish the whole bowl! Lol!

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  8. Vietnamese food for me anytime! I dun mind having a big bowl of beef pho even for supper!

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  9. I love to eat beef tendons. Nice smiley photos of both of you!

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  10. The ambiance is very nice and cozy for dining. I love it.

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