Pho Hoa in Fields Corner might be home to the very best pho in all of Dorchester, a title that’s sort of the equivalent of being the best long-distance runner in Kenya, or the best bone on the TNT dramedy Bones (which is show about the all-time best bones, right?). It’s slightly fancier and larger than other Vietnamese spots in the neighborhood, but still casual, comfortable, and great for a midweek meal. If pho isn’t what you’re feeling, there are plenty of other classic Vietnamese dishes on the large menu.
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