Crazy Phở Madame Vo

Vietnamese-owned and Vietnamese-run, Madame Vo in NYC's East Village is quintessential Vietnamese home cooking served in a modern, chic setting. The menu features comfort food executed with love and an eclectic selection of traditional family recipes made from fresh, high quality ingredients. Open until midnight on the weekends, we've found a pho-nomenal spot for satisfying your late-night cravings.

Bo Luc Lac
Seared Steak on a Sizzling Platter with Fried Egg and Rice

Sizzle Sizzle Sizzle. Literally translated as "shaking beef", cubed steak is seared to perfection and served on a heated iron skillet. There are many variations of this popular Vietnamese dish but this one is served with a fried egg and a bowl of rice. Simple and no fuss - perfection in our book.

Banh Xeo
Vietnamese Crepe with Sauteéd Prawns and Pork Belly

Often considered Vietnam's answer to the American pancake, banh xeo is pho and banh mi's underrated sibling. This rendition is slightly thicker than the classic version but pleasantly doughy on the inside and crispy on the outside. Pro tip: make sure to wrap slices of the crepe in lettuce leaves before dunking in sweet fish sauce.

Bun Bo Hue
Spicy Lemongrass Broth Served with Vermicelli Noodles, Brisket, and Cha Lua

Don't be intimidated by the redness of the broth - it’s not as spicy as it looks! The incredible balance of spicy, sour, salty and sweet flavors is what bún bò hué lovers crave and this bowl, filled to the brim with distinct, rich, and warming broth, does not disappoint.

The Madame Pho
Beef Broth, Flat Rice Noodles, Brisket, Rare Flank, Bone Marrow, Meatballs

Without a doubt, the phở at Madame Vo will be the highlight of your meal and a must-order. The broth is fragrant while tender flank steak and brisket, unexpected but delicious, swim and soak up more flavor. Skip on the sriracha and hoisin sauce for this on