After a longer than expected shut down to remodel and enlarge the restaurant that started on June 14th, Beavercreek’s Wat da Pho will reopen this Sunday, August 29th at 11am. All dine-in customers will receive 30% all day on grand reopening day.
Owner Khoa Huynh talking about the remodel, “we hope our customers will have a totally different experience with this new and bigger design. Our theme is modernize and Americanize, but the Vietnamese culture still stand out.”
Hunyh explains, Pho is our specialty noodle soup, we keep it as our most authentic dish that we have to offer, with only a few tweaks from our own family recipe added to the mix. We also have a wide variety of non-authentic dishes as well, from Stir-fried Lo Mein to Rice Dishes, even an entire page of Vegetarian dishes to choose from.”
The a family-owned Vietnamese restaurant originally opened in January of 2017 and serves soups, sandwiches, noodle dishes, rice dishes, stir-fried lo mein, as well as variety of appetizers.
Wat da Pho
3464 Pentagon Blvd Ste C
Beavercreek, OH 45431
(located in the shopping with Eye Mart and The Wharf)
Mon – Sat 11am – 8:30pm
Sun 11am – 8pm