Feu- pronounced /FUH:/ meaning “fire” in French
And, boy, do they deliver fire! After an incredibly “food-filling” trip to Vietnam two years ago, I realized, much to my dismay, that there were not a lot of good and authentic vietnamese restaurants in my part of town (read: the valley). Luckily, I went to go get dry cleaning done, and noticed Feu Pho Kitchen in the same little shopping center.
Since going into Feu, I have been back 3 times in a 1-month span. Why? Mostly for the pho & pork belly banh mi.
The pho’s broth is so incredibly flavorful and the thin slices of ribeye are perfectly tender. Typically, I’m inclined to add in a ton of hoisin sauce, soy sauce and sriracha to get pho tasting how I want it to, but at Feu this is not necessary.
The pork belly banh mi is not prepared traditionally but that does not take away from how mouth-watering it is.
Ingredients → House Smoked Salmon Creek Pork Belly/ Hoisin Black Garlic Aioli / House Pickled Vegetables / Cucumber / Jalapeno / Toasted Ciabatta Bread.
The pork is so incredibly tender and has just the right amount of fat that it almost melts in your mouth as you bite into the sandwich.
WHAT TO ORDER:
- Shrimp Spring Rolls
- Vietnamese Chicken Wings
- Ribeye Beef Pho
- Smoked Cured Pork Belly
IMPORTANT NOTE – CASH ONLY