Pho House Vietnamese restaurant opens on Washtenaw Avenue
Joseph Tobianski | AnnArbor.com
The restaurant owners could not be reached for comment.
The restaurant is a family-owned business, according to Concentrate Media, which spoke with family representative Wendy Inhmathong-Travis.
Melanie Maxwell | AnnArbor.com
Inhmathong-Travis told Concentrate that the restaurant will employ eight members of the family, and she expects they will expand staffing as the business grows.
Pho House serves a variety of items including Vietnamese pho noodle dishes with beef broth soup, and rice noodles and fresh herbs.
The restaurant seats 89 customers and is nearly 3,000 square feet. The building is owned by Wei Chen, who purchased it from the Bank of Ann Arbor in 2011 for $182,000. The building was assessed at $111, 400, making its market value $222,800.
Fat Philly's and Burgers closed less than six months after opening last July. Prior to Fat Philly's, the Fattoush Grill was housed at the same location.