Dot Com Pho – What The Pho! Edition


I had so much fun doing Dot Com Pho in Seattle last week that I’ve decided to do it again in Seattle this week. This time, we headed to What The Pho! in Tukwila to see what the Pho makes this place so unique. I have to admit, What The Pho! is a pretty creative name for a Pho shop.

What The Pho! is unlike any Pho restaurants I’ve ever seen. This has to be the cleanest Asian restaurant ever! You can literally eat off the floor. Unlike the Pho places back home, What The Pho! features a full bar, plasma TVs and a damn hot white hostess who only speaks English. There’s even a loft with a pool table so you shoot pool and eat Pho at the same time! Joining me at What The Pho! were Nate Whitehill, Josh Mullineaux and Matt Blancarte from Unique Blog Designs.

For this edition of Dot Com Pho, we have a bunch of What The Pho! menus, drinking black Vietnamese ice coffee, cutting the heads of live chickens, the gadget of the week and a whole lot more. Anyone is welcome to join us for Dot Com Pho. Follow me on Twitter to find out the time and location of the next one.

23 thoughts on “Dot Com Pho – What The Pho! Edition”

  1. I think is a filter… which while you drink the oily stuff on your mouth won’t slip through the strew… may be… I like the chicken meal !

  2. Mrs. Right says:

    What the Pho is Pho first of all. You will have to PHO-give me, I didn’t watch the video clip in the article. I was afraid I would be witnessing chickens getting their heads cut off, in which case I would have to leave your blog and never come back. You see, you can do that kind of thing if you want to, but I just can’t bear witness to it. Anyway, sounds like you had a great time.

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    1. John Chow says:

      Pho is Vietnamese beef noodle soup. And no, there was no video of chickens getting the heads cut off. It’s a safe video.

  3. John you gotta stop with the late night food postings lol…getting very counter productive with my workout routine!! That was a good tripod you posted up there for the gadget…what is the weight on it??

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    1. John Chow says:

      The 785B is very light, only 2lbs. It’s perfect for all consumer or prosumer level camera and camcorder. Professional DSLR maybe be too heavy for it however. Then again, I highly doubt a pro photographer with a $3,000 DSLR would use a $60 tripod.

      1. my dad is a shutter bug of sorts, so this looks like something practical enough for him to use…I know he is picky about carry around weight, but this seems reasonable enough for his intentions.

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  4. Pho ^_^ I living in Viet Nam, it is very aromatic and delicious.

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  5. Caden Grant says:

    Looks fun going out to eat with your buddies every night.

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  6. Michael Zhao says:

    The menu sounds crispy and the tripod is an awesome product! I’m getting some pho tomorrow!

  7. Benjamin Cip says:

    I love asian food! Is it a food called Spring roll next to the bownl? They look pretty different to the one I find in asian restaurants in my country. You made me want to eat Ramen! Nice way to advertise new gadget anyway 😉

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  8. Leaving the top part of the straw cover on is for pure sanitation reasons. It suppose to show that your server or bartender did not touch the part of the straw that goes in your mouth, or in your drink. They hold on to the top part of the straw and pull off the bottom piece of paper, never touching the actual straw itself and they can put in your drink by holding on to the paper.

  9. Danny Croft says:

    Hah What a life 🙂

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  10. Melody says:

    Who picks up the check when you go out to you all split it?

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    1. John Chow says:

      Split it? LOL Dot Com Pho was sponsored by Unique Blog Designs.

      1. Cam Birch says:

        Free food and good conversation. Is it possible that you have found heaven?
        If only I lived in or around Seatle.

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  11. forexbegin says:

    I like it very much, i am very happy for knowing you also like “Pho ” because i am Vietnamese 🙂

  12. Cam Birch says:

    Gotta love these late night posts. Read this as I was falling asleep last night and just couldn’t make it to my keyboard to comment :). My dreams have been filled with food and chicken killing, you are certainly an evil person.

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  13. John, I always had wondering, did the guys from the restaurants allow you to film everything including their menu. What if you are from the competitors and you are trying to get their menu.

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  14. Wow those foods were looking really great, I must say that.

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  15. Liane says:

    Okay, what’s a “pho” in the first place? I’m not used to chinese cuisine. lol. YOu said the place is clean you can even eat on the floor? Must be one super sanitized place.

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  16. Dean Saliba says:

    I think some international Phos should be organised some day, come on John get on it! 😛

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