El Paso >Pho Trebien East Vietnamese
Great Cripsy Fried Noodles. I went to Pho's thinking I was going to a Chinese Restaurant and when I pulled up I noticed it was Vietnamese food. We ate there being told that the Crispy Noodles were great. To me, noodles are average, you know common. We ordered one plate and split it between my husband and I because that's what the waiter recommended. It was fabulous! So origial and Fantastic! I was very satisfied and the food was enormous. When we got our plate, we were laughing because there was literally a mountain of crispy noodles on it! I do recommend that plate. I love the prices of the desserts: 3.50 to 5.00 dollars per plate compared to 7.00 to 8.00 dollars a plate in other restaurants! I also recommend the fried ice cream dessert, or the banana fried dessert rolls drizzled with a cinnamon caramel sauce with ice cream on the side. I also recommend their cream dessert teas with a mixture of different flavors! Enjoy!!! Very good. Worth every penny! An the amount of food they give you is worth the money you pay.
IT'S NOT THE BEST IS JUST OK. I JUST TO LIKE THIS RESTAURANT BUT THEY SEEM TO HAVE A DIFFERENT COOK BECAUSE THE FOOD DON'T TASTE THE SAME.
A place for great Pho!. It's a small restaurant in a strip mall near the Cielo Vista Mall in east El Paso, TX. Very safe neighborhood. The parking is great. I've been to many Vietnamese restaurants and Pho TRE Bien is definitely worth the stop. Personally, I wouldn't drive 100+ miles to go there (like I do all the time, lol), but if you're in town and enjoy Vietnamese cuisine it's a must! Service is great and the owner is friendly and accommodating. Order the Pho and you won't be disappointed. I keep coming back for more! Hope ya'll enjoy!
There was a Vietnamese restaurant in El Paso? I first tried Pho at a Vietnamese restaurant in Calgary, Alberta Canada. It was great! But I lamented to my hostess that I didn't think there was a Vietnamese restuarant in El Paso.
I was wrong. One afternoon I did a Citysearch and found Pho Tre Bien, and that weekend I went! The Pho was awesome and I like the little southwest twist with the addition of Jalepeno peppers amongst the garnishes you can add to your Pho. The spring rolls were delicious too! And the atmosphere of the restaurant is A++ The shop in Calgary looked like a diner. If you've never had Vietnamese food before, come check out Pho Tre Bien!!