For pho connoisseurs, much of Central L.A. might feel like a wasteland when it comes to an all-around winning combination of aromatic broth, beef cut, rice noodles and herbs. Though you’ll find overall menu prices a bit higher than other pho purveyors in the area, most will taste the difference in the high-quality bowls of pho at Ănăn Vietnamese, which opened quietly in January 2021. Available in both traditional beef bone broth and organic chicken varieties, the pho here is flavorful and manages to taste rich and light at the same time. The rest of Ănăn’s small menu is quietly excellent as well, particularly the restaurant’s take on deep-fried spring rolls, which come with housemade fish sauce.
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