A popular Vietnamese restaurant in Boston’s Chinatown has officially opened an outpost in Quincy, bringing its vermicelli dishes and more to a bustling section of the city south of Boston. Pho Pasteur is now up and running at 1462 Hancock St. near the Quincy Center MBTA stop, the restaurant’s team told Eater.
The original Pho Pasteur in Boston (682 Washington St.) opened in 1991 and has served up a wide range of pho and other Vietnamese dishes for the last 25 years. Its new outpost seats 90 and boasts a full liquor license, as previously reported, and it features a number of familiar classics on the menu, including bánh xèo (Vietnamese pancakes), assorted vermicelli and meat dishes, and more.
Pho Pasteur is situated in a section of Quincy that has seen a large amount of growth within the last year, with more to come, including the addition of new restaurants within the West of Chestnut development, which is located around the corner from Pho Pasteur on Chestnut Street. New spots include KKatie’s Burger Bar, the forthcoming Café Gelato, and Alba Restaurant’s nearly complete sister spot, Zef Cicchetti & Raw Bar.
The new Pho Pasteur is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily, according to Boston Magazine, and online ordering might be available for the Quincy location in the future, but for now it’s just available for the original Boston location.