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Yet another big bowl of Pho

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Before taking in a movie this weekend, my better half, two friends and I decided to have noodles for dinner at Pho Bo Ga, Ottawa’s first, and arguably best, pho noodle house (though not my favourite).

This my “regular” at Pho Bo Ga: pho with thin slices of beef, beef tripe, beef tendon, and chunks of beef shank.

Before Chili Sauce

Before Chili Sauce

This is properly seasoned pho for my palate. The red colour comes from adding sriracha, a popular chili sauce that comes in a plastic bottle with a green cap. Bottles of sriracha are common-place on tables in pho noodle houses.

After Chili sauce

After Chili sauce

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