A popular Vietnamese restaurant in South Texas has been raving about its hot dog stand.
The restaurant, Pho Restaurant, located at 5200 South Lamar Street, has seen an increase in orders for its famous pho soup, according to the San Antonio Express-News.
Owner Dao Nguyen told the newspaper that customers are craving the pho with its “hot, spicy broth.”
He said the new customers are coming to the restaurant for “authentic Vietnamese food,” which he says is not a novelty.
“We have a very popular pho and hot dog joint, and we have seen an influx of customers,” Nguyen told The Express-Worth.
“They’ve been coming here for a long time, and they’re coming to try the food.”
He also said the restaurant is receiving more customers than usual because of the city’s busy Halloween season.
“There’s a lot of people, especially the kids, coming here because they can enjoy the food,” Nguyen said.
“I don’t think that the food is that bad, but it’s the quality that’s not there that’s the problem.”
The pho stand is just one of many popular Vietnamese restaurants in the city.
Nguyen told CNN that the city has become a hot spot for Vietnamese food and that the number of Vietnamese restaurants has grown significantly in recent years.
“It’s very busy,” he said.
He added that the restaurant has seen a surge in orders because of Halloween, with more people visiting for Halloween costumes. “
People come from all over the world, and I think that it’s very beneficial to the city because of all the Vietnamese people.”
He added that the restaurant has seen a surge in orders because of Halloween, with more people visiting for Halloween costumes.
“The demand has been really good,” Phan said.
A spokesperson for the San Jose, California-based restaurant told Fox News that the owners of Pho and the other Vietnamese restaurants have not yet decided whether they will close or reopen in the coming months.
“When they are ready to reopen, we will,” the spokesperson said.