Boston >Le's Restaurant
137 Brighton Ave, Allston, MA | Directions 0213442.353071 -71.131390
“The lemonade, fruit shakes, vietnamese coffee are all good and authentic.”
“The food is excellent, healthy, and at your table shortly after ordering.”
“fatty/grisly. Le's also offers Thai dishes, in case you want a bit more variety, which are good but nothing wow.”
“This is my favorite restaurant in Boston.”
“Fast service, tasty pho, more space than the other locations.”
“Great food, huge portions, cheap prices and a great place for a group to enjoy themselves.”
best crispy spring rolls. This is my "go to" spot to eat. The crispy spring rolls are the best I've ever had! I've tried over 15 dishes and have been impressed by each one! De-lish!!!
Middle of the road Vietnamese, Thai +. Contrary to some 5 star reviews, I believe Le's (former Pho Pasteur) has gotten worse since it has been sold and renamed. Portions are "ample" bordering on huge in the case of Pho. I have a bone to pick with the depth of flavor vs quantity . When I come to Le's, I'm craving a big bowl of pho. I still prefer this location over others in Harvard sq and Atrium mall. The lemonade, fruit shakes, vietnamese coffee are all good and authentic. Back the Pho, the tripe was too chewy and the other cuts were overly fatty/grisly. Le's also offers Thai dishes, in case you want a bit more variety, which are good but nothing wow.
It's a great place to get cheap and healthy food.
The food is really light -- not heavy and greasy like most Asian food. A great find!
can't get better than this!. This is my favorite restaurant in Boston. Delicious, inexpensive, quick & healthy. This is one of those places you can eat at everyday without your wallet getting smaller and your waistline getting thicker. Best Pho in town! Highly recommended!
Great Pho. The food here is fabulous. It's cheap and the food comes out quickly. There is also plenty of room to come with a bunch of your friends.
Local Vietnamese restaurant chain delivers inexpensive bowls of pho and filling noodle dishes..
Many first-time customers of Le's (formerly known as Pho Pasteur) make the mistake of ordering too many dishes, as most entrees are large enough for two. Straightforward pho (noodle soups) prove popular, and the adventurous have many interesting dishes (caramelized catfish, fresh squid with scallions) to choose from. Bowls of vermicelli, topped with grilled meats, shredded lettuce, mint and roasted peanuts, are meals in themselves. Traditional desserts include chilled Asian fruits and creamy rice pudding.
best pho in town. my sister went to wellesley in the 90s, and when she helped me move in when i started at bu in 2000, she told me this was the best pho in town. and till now, i still agree with her. try the green bean shake - so fresh so yum. oh and the jasmine limade is soo good too. oh oh and the shrimp toast and quail appetizers
Good food.. Great food, great appetizers. The dining room could use a little fixing though...
Food like home. I've only been to the Cambridge restaurant, but the Pho reminded me much of the Pho back home in California (where many Vietnamese reside). The summer rolls can hardly be called such (they sucked), but the pho is decent.
WOW !!!!!. The food is excellent, almost undescribable. Great food, huge portions, cheap prices and a great place for a group to enjoy themselves. Loud but comfortable. I love trying different places but I'm going back to this one... often.
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