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Pho Sho Review

I only have one joke.

It’s not that good.

I’d like to think that I’m a witty person, but joke telling is not my thing. With an introduction like that, are you ready for the joke?

Q. What do you call cheese that isn’t yours?

A. Nacho cheese!

I know, I know, it’s terrible. I honestly find this hilarious.

Today, when I was out at lunch, my joke kept running through my head.

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Pho Sho does not, actually, serve nacho cheese but the play on words (Pho Sho=for sure) kept my stream of consciousness flowing with a river of nacho cheese.

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I’ve officially lived in Walla Walla for 18 months and today was my first experience with Pho Sho, the city’s self proclaimed first Vietnamese pho restaurant.

I was lunching with colleagues and they already thought I was weird for taking a photo of the menu, so I didn’t want to further exacerbate the issue by snapping photos of the appetizers we shared but there was some awesome tempura (butternut squash and Walla Walla sweets) and some beautiful spring rolls.

One of my friends got the tofu and vegetable pho. She liked it, but I also saw her dump a bunch of soy sauce in it, so it may have been a little bland?

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My entree was the tofu noodle salad and I loved it.

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The sauce wasn’t spicy at all (perfect for me, others might prefer a little kick) and the tofu was delightfully crispy. Others at the table also loved it.

In little Walla Walla where we really lack diversity in ethnic food options, I was very happy with this restaurant.

Would I go back?

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Pho Sho!

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