New Vietnamese Restaurant Opens In Westfield – Patch

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WESTFIELD, NJ — vPho, a new Vietnamese restaurant, has officially opened in Westfield.

The restaurant held a grand opening on Monday in the former Mulberry House space at 415 Westfield Ave.

Westfield Mayor Shelley Brindle said vPho is “a terrific addition to Westfield’s growing international dining scene.”

The restaurant is run by the same owners of Saigon Cafe in Millburn, which is known for having the “Best Pho in New Jersey” according to Yelp in 2020.

“Pho is a well-known Vietnamese noodle bone both dish,” said owner Andy Vo. “This is our second location, and the first one is the Saigon Cafe in Millburn which was voted the best pho restaurant in NJ.”

vPho offers traditional Vietnamese dishes, including several variations of pho, dessert, coffee and tea, seafood, chicken, soup, smoothies and juices, wings, and more.

For more information visit vphowestfield.com.

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