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Fort Worth's Pho District Does Vietnamese With Flair

<em>[Photos: Malcolm Mayhew/EDFW]</em>
[Photos: Malcolm Mayhew/EDFW]

After bringing razzmatazz sushi to the North Texas masses 13 years ago, Piranha Killer Sushi founder Kenzo Tran now turns his attention to Vietnamese street food — the food he grew up on in his homeland of Saigon. Pho District, Tran's new venture in Fort Worth's So7 area, specializes in Vietnamese street food, but of course done with style and flourish. Examples: a filet mignon banh mi; caramelized pork belly served over agedashi tofu; pho with chicken breast and quail egg; sushi ice cream (don't worry, there's no raw fish involved). Decorated with Vietnamese artwork and trinkets, four dining areas are squeezed into the 2,000-square foot space — upstairs, downstairs, on a 40-seat patio or ringside next to the open kitchen. Pho District is open daily from 11 a.m.-10 p.m.

· Pho District [Official]