Pho Cuong, a Vietnamese noodle soup restaurant in northeast Wichita, opened in September in a space that has held many restaurants over the years, Koi Fusion and Samurai Japanese Grill among them.
Pho Cuong, though, is getting it right. Its recipe for success? Mouthwatering Vietnamese dishes and phenomenal service that easily surpasses most pho restaurants in town.
Also, be sure to try a large bowl of P4: pho tai nam, a savory soup swimming with noodles in a light beef broth, eye round steak and well-done flank ($8.25). (A plate with copious amounts of Thai basil, sprouts, and sliced jalapeno accompany pho noodle bowls.)