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  • Amy C.

    My husband and I wanted a light dinner after seeing an early movie at the mall, so we decided to give this new place a try. We had pho with shrimp for me, pho with beef for him, an order of four egg rolls to split, Thai tea for him and strawberry milk tea with strawberry boba for me. The staff behind the counter were very friendly and patiently answered all our questions about various menu options. There was a short wait for our food, which they brought out to our table in the food court, along with some bottled condiments. The food looked fresh and beautiful and I regret not taking a picture before we started eating. Each bowl of pho came with a small plate of bean sprouts, fresh cilantro, hot pepper slices, and a wedge of lime. The broth had a delicately spicy flavor, to which I added a few squirts of sriracha. I stirred in the cilantro and a little lime juice, and it was quite tasty. I added some bean sprouts and sliced peppers as I was eating, and they gave a nice crunch. The shrimp in my pho were huge! They seemed quite fresh and I was impressed with both the quality of the shrimp and the quantity. My husband spent a minute dressing his pho with the various add-ons and then basically inhaled all of it. The egg rolls were smaller than I had expected, but freshly prepared and delicious. His Thai tea was good and similar to Thai tea we have both had in the past, but my strawberry milk tea just tasted like powdered strawberry Quik. I don't know what I was expecting, I guess I thought it would be more exotic than that. The boba were a fun addition, but I think next time we will probably both just get a soda or a plain iced tea, since our drinks were $4 each and pretty small. They were a fun novelty, but not really worth the price. All in all, the food was delicious and definitely worth the price (except for our drinks). The staff was super helpful and so this would be a great place for someone who wants to try something new but is unsure about what to order. I can't wait to go back!

  • Quijana B.

    The pho lacked subtlety, no deeper notes of anise or cardamom. The noodles did not threaten to overwhelm the bowl. The pile of basil was more a suggestion than a reality. Just a simple, straightforward broth which called out for spice to help create a layered flavor. Fresh spring rolls were made with lettuce but few to no herbs. Fried egg rolls were crispy and quite tasty, and will be the main reason we will return. So why the 4 stars? How can I say that this is an honest review, when the food was in all honesty not that great? Because (as Yelp suggests) Yay! I'm a fan! I'm a fan because this restaurant is at the beginning of something. It is the start of a change in this sleepy town. This small pho stand in the food hallway of Central Mall needs to be celebrated. It needs to be welcomed with opened mouths so that the general population of Lawton Oklahoma can experience something new. This is not BBQ. It is not steak. Not catfish and sweet tea. Not burgers or pizza or any other long available food here. This is the basic menu in any Vietnamese restaurant anywhere on Earth, and it's right here in Southwest Oklahoma. I ordered a bowl of pho with fish balls, egg rolls, spring rolls, and an almond boba tea with tapioca and lychee popping bubbles. My meal cost approximately $24, and fed two people well enough for a light lunch. Though the portions were smaller than I'd hoped and the flavors less intense than I'd wanted, I was happy that I could sit at a table in the mall and enjoy a moment of "other" on a random weekend day. I wish Pholicious a long and happy future here. I hope that they inspire people to break out of the seemingly endless buffet of meat and potatoes and try all of the amazing flavors available in the world.

  • Michael M.

    Banh Mi was good. Bread to filling ratio was a little off though. More veggie and meat next time please. Beef Pho was great! Broth always tastes fresh, and seasoned just right. Try it, you'll like it.

  • Master J.

    They don't like to open on time and their pho is mediocre. It's located in the mall and not even worth the drive. Extremely disappointed but it's the only pho place around.

  • Matthew M.

    I was so relieved to find a place in Lawton that actually serves decent pho coming from Los Angeles. There aren't many choices around this town, but after trying the pho here, I was happy to find a place to satisfy my weekly pho craving. I am really picky with my food, and I must say that this place is a decent choice if you want good tasting pho. The taro shake is pretty awesome also. It's not L.A., but I would recommend this place if you're in town. The staff was really nice and friendly too^^

  • Dayna D.

    i love the beef noodle soup and boba tea honey drew flavor with tapioca so bad. . . I'm kinda addicted "Ph" , so i can eat it everyday I think that is the only place to sell pho in Lawton and It just likes a fast food restaurant so it isn't bad for the first time to have something new in town. A bowl of hot noodle soup at evening can make my tummy warmer and lighter than ever. Anyway, I love it.

  • Mike C.

    This place is pretty good for pho and bubble teas. I will say, I expected more depth from the broth but for Pho in Lawton I'd say its the lesser of evils. I'll definitely go back but I wouldnt call myself a regular.

  • M S.

    Found this little place with my fiancee today and it definitely was a surprise. We are both originally from So Cal and had a craving for pho. As you can probably imagine, we eat a lot of various asian meals and drinks. For our meal we order two large bowls of pho with shrimp and asked them to add some eye round steak, which they gladly did for us. The food came out within maybe 6 or 7 mins, which is when I would usually expect a bowl of pho to be ready and it was VERY GOOD. The broth is very mild, noodles were well cooked, and the eye round beef also tasted good. However, we knew the shrimp was frozen, you can definitely taste it. My fiancee also felt that the broth was a bit too oily and didn't care much for the broth (he likes the broth to be a bit stronger). I thought it was just fine. We didn't get any boba drinks, however, I think we'll probably go back for another meal, then I can try a thai iced tea with boba =)

  • Karen N.

    Whew...... I have been drinking boba drinks for along time and I usually don't write a review the first time at a restaurant since it can be different the next time I go there. Honestly I will probably never go back. I didn't try the pho egg rolls or the spring rolls but I ordered a honeydew with tapioca and it was awful...... It was a waste of $4.34 for me the drink was not right at all. The tapioca was cold and lack the right consistency. I took a few sips and while I was driving back home realize its so bad that I want another drink. So I went to Starbucks. This review might not be help to others but I wanted to voice my opinion. Save your money and drive to OKC for your fix. Maybe the food is better but I honestly won't be trying it unless it's free the first time.


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Opening Hours

  • Mon :10:00 am - 9:00pm


  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Lunch
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Noise Level : Loud
    Alcohol : No
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : No
    Has TV : No
    Waiter Service : No


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