Spreading Love Through Phở Gà

Offering homestyle Vietnamese Phở that Head Chef Tony Le was raised on. With 20+ years of history of serving in Philadelphia, Atlanta, and Las Vegas, we are now serving you, Virginia!

High quality ingredients, a slow and generous cook time, and the chef's couple of hidden secrets.

"This is Phở Gà like you've never had before, so delicious you'll cry, and so comforting you'll feel like you're being hugged by your grandmother. That is, if your grandmother is a Vietnamese dude named Tony and makes the best chicken soup in history."

After Serving for

20+ Years

Across different locations
We're now in:

6767 Wilson Blvd., Falls church, VA, 22044

We are open

7 days a week
10:00am to 9:00pm


Here's what's been said about Tony's Pho Ga in the past...

Phở Gà

Pho Ga (Chicken Pho) is one of the classic dishes of Northern Vietnamese cuisine.


Mì Gà

Mi Ga is a delicious steaming bowl of Vietnamese chicken soup with egg noodles.


Miến Gà

Miến gà is a simple and delicious Vietnamese chicken soup with cellophane noodles.


Phở Khong

Plain Pho


Mì/Miến Khong

Plain Egg or Glass Noodles


Nửa Con Gà

Steamed half chicken.


Một Con Gà

One full chicken.


Lộng Gà

Chicken Innards.


Huyết Gà

Chicken Blood


Trứng Non

Chicken Eggs


Cơm Gà

Chicken Rice


Chả Giò

Egg Rolls


Drinks Menu

Cà Phê Sữa đá

Vietnamese Iced Coffee

Cup $5.00

Nước Mát Atiso

Vietnamese Iced Tea

Cup $4.00
Quart $10.00

Chef Tony

Hi! I’m Tony. Originally born in Orange County, California, in Westminster where little Saigon is at, I moved to Philadelphia when I was about 11 years old. I dropped out of college and worked for my parents at their little cafe restaurant under the blue line in Kensington, Philadelphia. 

The cafe was originally named Cafe Thanh Thanh, which later became Pho Ga Thanh Thanh, because we ended up serving what we did best! And that is Pho Ga (Chicken Pho).

My mom has been cooking her whole life. From cooking in Vietnam for her family, to cooking on the streets to provide for her family, and to a small California Vietnamese restaurant in the 80’s and 90’s, working in the kitchen,  she opened her first restaurant in Philadelphia in 2002. She has been cooking there for over 20 years, and I am incredibly lucky to have spent almost 20 years of life working and spending time with her. 

My mom loves to cook and to me, she is the very best at it. I hope to continue her legacy and serve Chicken Pho the way she taught me, and to make every customer feel the warmth and love that comes from her cooking. 

We are open

7 days a week
10:00am to 9:00pm

6767 Wilson Blvd.,
Falls church, VA, 22044

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