28 essential ramen and pho spots in San Antonio to get your noodle fix

If slurping up savory broth and hot noods is your jam, San Antonio has no shortage of ramen and pho shops doling…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Noodle Tree
7114 UTSA Boulevard, Suite 101, (210) 233-6371, noodletreetx.com
There are no frills at Noodle Tree, but chef Mike Nguyen’s training and dedicated staff aim to deliver food experiences to sate  all your noodly cravings. Pro tip: if there’s pork belly bao available, order it. Trust us on this. 
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24 San Antonio Restaurants Serving Up Authentic Vietnamese Food

Whether you're a total newbie to Vietnamese fare or obsessed with the cuisine and looking for more local spots to try out,…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Pho An
12916 Bandera Road, Helotes, (210) 966-0446
If you find yourself out in this neck of the woods, consider Pho An a top choice for quality pho. The same goes for the buns, too. Fresh, authentic food and great service await you here, so don’t wait too long to stop in for a bowl of noodley goodness.
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Where to Find the Best Ramen and Pho in San Antonio

With cooler temperatures happening more often in San Antonio, it only makes sense that you'll warm up with a bowl of something…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Kimura
152 East Pecan Street #102, (210) 444-0702, kimurasa.com
Though there’s other options on the menu, you’ll want to order the ramen at Kimura (also available Freight Gallery and Cherrity Bar). Go for the tonkotsu, adapt it to your liking, and top it off with the house spice. It will definitely change your life.
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20 Places to Slurp Up Delicious Noodles in San Antonio

Whether you're a chopstick, spoon or fork kind of person (hopefully you're not a fork person) there's no wrong way to eat…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Bok Choy
    5130 Broadway St, (210) 437-2200, eatbokchoy.com/index.html
    By no means authentic, but bearing enough veggies that you’ll leave feeling less guilty than if you’d opted for a burger and fries. The menu at Bok Choy is simple enough to navigate, though still extensive. 
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