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Hometown Noodle Restaurant
Vietnamese Restaurant$$
Today 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
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3151 Middlefield Rd Redwood City, CA 94063
3151 Middlefield RoadUSCaliforniaRedwood City94063
$$Vietnamese RestaurantToday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Vietnamese restaurant serving the Redwood City area. Nine minutes from Stanford University.
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Straightforward Vietnamese fare dished out in a casual dining room with colorful hanging lights.- Google
"I love squeezing fresh lime and adding thai-basil and bean sprouts to my broth."
"I think the spring rolls were fine but don't recall."
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Sherry Li
7 months ago
Pretty packed on a Friday for lunch. Service was quick and the food is pretty good. I liked the imperial rolls. But the shrimp chow mein was so so. I thought it was going to be a dry stir fry and less salty. Portion size was good though. I think the pho and bun looked better.
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Laurence Norah
5 months ago
Great food, although let down a little by the service. But if you want great tasting food and don't mind slightly brusque service you'll be fine.
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Albert Post
10 months ago
I had combination fried rice and Eggroll , both were really good.
Black Heron
9 months ago
Why they deleted my comments when I complained about their attitude 💆💆💆
Genie L
a year ago
Ok, the noodles are great texture, broth was hearty. But the manager could really work on her attitude. Not sure if I would return because of her. She yelled at us for waiting too close to one of the tables, and then yelled at us to relocate to a different table. She was very impatient taking our orders. She threw a temper tantrum when we tried to pay in exact change, because she preferred full dollar bills (oookay...we were just trying to help her do less math, but sure, lady). Previously, she had interrupted our meal to shove our table without asking or apologizing to the side to rearrange the place. My friend found a fly in her soup one time.
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Kristin C.
a year ago
Hometown Noodle is the best place for delicious Vietnamese food in the Menlo Park/Redwood city area. Don't be fooled by the neighborhood or the exterior which is covered up with pictures of their food. This restaurant has reasonably priced food with traditional flavors, which is hard to find in the Bay Area these days! Entrees: The beef pho combination and the chicken pho are both solid. The broth is flavorful and they are generous with the meat portions and sides. I love squeezing fresh lime and adding thai-basil and bean sprouts to my broth. I wasn't the biggest fan of the seafood pho -- the broth was lacking in flavor and I don't think the seafood was the freshest. The lemon grass chicken, grilled pork, and lightly cooked beef are spot on in terms of bold flavors. On my most recent visit, I ordered the beef which was so juicy and tender. If you are craving an appetizer, the shrimp spring rolls and the fried taro rolls are both delicious in their own right. The spring rolls are fresh and light while the taro rolls are bursting with flavor and fried to a light crisp. I've only dined-in and the food usually comes out pretty fast within 5-10 minutes. I always get a thai iced tea or coconut drink with my meal! Servers are friendly but casual. This is now my go-to pho place and I plan on coming back to try more of their dishes. Parking can be a bit painful in this area so you may need to check out the side streets. Check the curbs around the intersection to see if any 1 hour parking is available. FYI- If you increase your pho size from L to XL, it seems like they only increase the amount of noodles and not the meats. Also, I believe the minimum credit card charge is around $12-15 dollars so keep this in mind if you need to split any bills.
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Andy Huang
a year ago
4 stars for pho noodles and broth. 3 stars for egg rolls. 2 stars for bun. I think the spring rolls were fine but don't recall.
Peter Rivas
3 years ago
Food is ok but service can be rude. My wife and son were yelled at - bizarre. You might want to go here with children.


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