Vietnamese and Thai food in one place is a real win. Get the best of both at Pho Thom, one of College Park’s longer standing businesses; located at 7313 Baltimore Ave Ste F College Park, MD 20740. 

One of the healthiest cuisines in the world is Vietnamese food. The majority of the dishes are low-fat, vitamin rich, and gluten-free. Vietnamese food is tasty and nutritious as it uses little dairy and oil and instead relies on the mild, fresh flavors, of herbs and vegetables. Vietnamese pho is a classic dish, served with rice noodles, various meats, bean sprouts, greens, onions, and a base of beef broth. This delicacy is a taste of clean Vietnamese style. 

On the other hand, Thai cuisine frequently combines strong spices with sweet, delicate citrus flavors. Accents of lime and mango often combine with thick noodles, vegetables, chicken, lamb, shrimp, or beef for a harmony of flavor. In addition, the distinctive peanut sauce, which is salty and sweet at the same time and adds dimension to any dish. Tom yum soup is a well-known Thai dish popular at Pho Thom. Served with shrimp or chicken, vegetables, fresh lemongrass spice, kaffir lime leaves, galangal, fish sauce, and crushed red chili peppers – these ingredients combine to prepare this hot and sour soup. 

At Pho Thom there is an array of menu options to satisfy either craving, and you can grab a bite every day from 11:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. In downtown College Park along Baltimore Avenue, this relaxed, contemporary restaurant sits by the CVS and Starbucks. Go check it out, and enjoy the luxury of the two distinct cuisines.

Thai and Vietnamese Cuisines Share a Home in College Park