I’m counting down the 100 best dishes I tasted in 2017…

New York was pretty lacking with good pho until this year when it seemed like a new Vietnamese spot opened every week. Probably the most well-received was the meaty version at this slightly upscale restaurant in the East Village. The broth is cooked for 16 hours and you can taste it in the rich beefy flavor. The rice noodles are just a supporting player to the filet, brisket, and the healing soup. Price: $14

HANOI HOUSE
119 St. Marks Place (between First Avenue and Avenue A)
East Village
(212) 995-5010
hanoihousenyc.com
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Brian Hoffman is a classically trained actor who is now a full-time tour guide, blogger, and food obsessive. He leads food and drink tours around New York City, which not only introduce tour-goers to delicious food, but gives them a historical context. He also writes food articles for Gothamist and Midtown Lunch in addition to overseeing this blog and a few food video series, including Eat This, Locals Know, and Around the World in One City.

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