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Vietnamese Restaurant Combines French Dips With Pho In Best Way Possible

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A restaurant in Santa Ana, CA, is doing a pretty unique take on the classic French Dip. Sit Low Pho, found in the 4th Street Market is selling a Vietnamese-inspired dip.

While the original is made with a roast beef in a French baguette and served with an au jus dip. This version consists of a few more ingredients.
The
Pho French Dip Banh Mi
features angus brisket, bean sprouts, Thai basil, onions, scallions, cilantro, jalapeños and a hoisin sriracha sauce. It's served with some pho broth, in place of the au jus, that you can dip your sandwich into.

If you're a fan of Pho-inspired dishes, this is definitely something you'll want to check out.

Peter Pham
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