Pho all you soup lovers — a new House of Pho location opening on Hulen

Exterior view of the House of Pho Vietnamese restaurant in Fort Worth, opening a new location soon on Hulen Street. Brandon Wade

Just in time for soup season, a new House of Pho location is opening early this month on Hulen Street.

John Vu, co-owner of the House of Pho, poses for a photo at his Vietnamese restaurant in Fort Worth, which is opening a second location on Hulen Street.
John Vu, co-owner of the House of Pho, poses for a photo at his Vietnamese restaurant in Fort Worth, which is opening a second location on Hulen Street.Brandon Wade

 

House of Pho’s first location opened two years ago in Burleson and remains incredibly popular, paving the way for co-owners Kenny Nguyen and John Vu to expand with this second venture.

Like the original store, the Hulen location touts a dozen varieties of the popular Vietnamese noodle soup, with ingredients ranging from meatballs and steak to the less common tendon.

Interior of the House of Pho Vietnamese restaurant in Fort Worth, which is opening a new location on Hulen Street.
Interior of the House of Pho Vietnamese restaurant in Fort Worth, which is opening a new location on Hulen Street.Brandon Wade

 

There are also vermicelli bowls, a handful of Thai staples, stir-fry dishes and smoothies with imaginative combinations such as avocado-coconut.

A handful of new dishes are exclusive to the Hulen store, including drunken noodles and California spring rolls.

4833 S. Hulen St., Fort Worth.

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