Twenty Pho Hour opened in December of 2021 as America’s first 2-D noodle bar, serving Thai and Asian delights from summer rolls to Pho bowls. You’ll feel like you just walked into a black and white comic book upon entering this hot, new restaurant on International Drive. They are open 24 hours every Thursday through Saturday until they close on Sunday at 9:00 pm, with all other days closing at 10:00 pm.
What The Pho?
This location has some of the best Pho in town, with over 8 different types of bowls you can order. Their proteins include everything from steak and brisket, to shrimp tempura and oxtail. There is also a vegan Pho option including tofu and a veggie broth. You also have the option to build your own, and pair it with any of their boba teas or refreshers. Be sure to check out the appetizer items on the menu as well, including squid on a stick and dumplings.
If you’re feeling like you’re up to a challenge, order the “24 Pho Bowl Challenge” where you’ll face the largest bowl of broth, noodles, and a selection of proteins and toppings chosen by the Chef.
As soon as you walk in, you see a variety of black and white outlined decor and photo opportunities. Pose by the thought bubbles hanging from the ceiling, or grab a pic against the wall murals. The theming continues after you order your food as well! All of the dishes are white with black outlines, which stand out nicely against the colorful noodle dishes and drinks. Even the bathroom is themed!
Before you leave, be sure to check out the Twenty Pho Hour merchandise including bags, shirts, and boba tea keychains.
Twenty Pho Hour doesn’t stop when it comes to food. They are also starting to host events such as Calligraphy classes and have discount specials for holidays and birthdays. Be sure to follow them on Facebook and Instagram for all of the updates on this location!
This is definitely one of the hottest food spots in Orlando that you have to check out. Whenever you visit Twenty Pho Hour, check out their rewards program to earn points for discounts after ordering in-store or through their website.
What’s your favorite noodle spot in Orlando?