Pho Hai Duong Tysons

8411 Old Courthouse Rd, Vienna
(571) 378-1282

Recent Reviews

Mitul. P. Parmar

Wow! The best authentic Vietnamese food I've had yet. This is a hidden gem of a family run restaurant. I had the vegetarian crispy noodles and spring rolls, while the spring rolls were a bit greasy the noodles and the vegetables were delicious. The portion sizes were generous and the price for each dish was very reasonable.Food: 5/5

Mason Biamonte

The food is decent and the place is clean...maybe too clean. I went in yesterday around 4 PM and the owner was mopping with harsh smelling chemicals so I sat outside. Came in today and the guy was mopping again and first offered for me to sit down. Then tried to force me to sit outside. Never coming again.

Edie Byrne

Easy to find & has parking in front & back. Excellent food and service. Moderate prices. Try their summer rolls, or any of their pho soups.Vegetarian options: There are several vegetarian choices on the menu.Kid-friendliness: Definitely a kid friendly atmosphere.

Yoon Lee

My go to place for pho. The quality is consistent and the broth is perfectly seasoned. The meatballs, for some reason, taste much better than other pho places.

Hoa Quan

No service was given to me! I came in for an early lunch and I was told to sit at table #4. A menu was given and for 27 minutes no one paid attention to me. There were 4 tables with customers inside a big restaurant, some came after me. All were served except me. I wave someone down and he didn't respond and just walk away. This was disappointing for I was looking forward to trying out this restaurant. So I just left and went down the street to another Pho place. Very disappointed!

Saar M.

My go to for Pho while living in the area. Typically I got the fatty brisket with top round pho with fatty broth and a side of spicy chili sauce. The pho is good, but sometimes I didn't get the fatty broth as requested.


Great option for vietnamese food without the long drive and crowd typical at Eden Center in seven corners. Menu has many good dishes to accommodate all family members' taste. Beyond traditional Pho experience, I recommend #44 Sizzling Fish Northern Style (NOTE: the dish come with a lot of dill).

Mitzi Morris

I love the Beef Loc Lac, cubes of steak sautéed with scallions and served over salad. The Fried Calamari is also addictive, be sure to sprinkle some of the seasoned salt on it.

Thuy V.

Solid pho, one days the broth is better than others. Recommended for a local spot but wouldn't travel far for it.

Cynthia Dodd

Best pho EVER! Quick and delicious! Danny the server is the absolute sweetest! Come here if you want the best pho and service!

Cubanondrun Elguaso

Number 1 soup amazing. Number 81 amazingShrimp roll great.Customer service excellent..very clean restaurant.Be back

Becky F.

I ordered delivery via Uber Eats (I know, I know, but when you're sick you do what you gotta do) and it was delicious! It was very fresh and tasty and the portions were generous. Prices seemed a bit higher than other Pho restaurants in the area but it also felt like this was better quality food and was worth it. I would definitely order here again!

Alice Wang

There are quite a few pho restaurants around, but my go to is Pho Hai Duong in Tysons hands down! I have found that a few of the other pho restaurants I used to frequent have had a decline in quality over the years, but Pho Hai Duong has stayed consistently exceptional.My usual is either a small or large #5, the Tai Gau. It has eye round steak and fatty brisket. Pho is served with onions and cilantros in the broth and accompanied with a plate of bean sprouts, Thai basil, lime, and jalapenos. I also like to order the #26, Goi Chon or summer rolls. The rolls are wrapped with shrimp, lettuce, and rice vermicelli, and served with peanut sauce.Pho is pho-nomenal (love me a food pun). The broth is rich, there's plenty of meat and onions and cilantro, and they don't skimp on Thai basil, limes, or bean sprouts. The summer rolls are very good, and I haven't found another pho place that either serves good summer rolls or summer rolls at all.Additionally, service is friendly, efficient, and accommodating. Everyone is affable and helpful, and I never feel rushed or unwanted.

Tina L.

You know inflation is forreals when your bowl of pho costs over $17 (tax and tip included). The pho was really good though. The broth came out perfect; it was piping hot, not too sweet, not too bland or overwhelming with star anise and other spices. The location is great, I've seen businesses come and go in this plaza and this pho spot fills the void for Tysons not having that many decent pho spots. The place was pretty empty (Monday around 2pm). I was running errands in the area today and needed some lone time pho date all by myself.

Tiffany T.

Very spacious restaurant- they were able to accommodate a party of 15 immediately. Their expansive menu had plenty of authentic Vietnamese dishes that can't be found at your average pho restaurant. Service and food were very quick and any extra requests (extra bowls for sharing, forks, etc) were fulfilled in a timely manner.

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