Thailand and Vietnam are both known for their pho, but the two countries have different versions of the dish.
Pho vieuet is a dish that was popular in Vietnam during the early 1900s.
Vietnamese and Thai restaurants in Thailand, though, are known for a completely different version of the noodle soup.
Phong vieuets is a noodle broth soup.
It comes with meat, rice, noodles, pickled vegetables and a bit of soy sauce.
You may be able to find pho or pho choi in Vietnamese grocery stores, but it is very different from Phong.
Phongs noodles are more dense and flavorful.
The pho you find at Vietnamese grocery store are not the broth that is in Phong but the meat broth.
If you order pho and phong, you may find that you can get a bit more of both than you would expect.
The main difference between the two versions of Pho is that pho is more of a soupy noodle and pho does not contain much meat.
Thai pho noodles are typically a bit larger and are typically much sweeter than Vietnamese ones.
If there is any doubt, Phong can also be found in some Asian grocery stores.
Thai and Vietnamese restaurants in Bangkok, Phuket, Pattaya, Pattani, Chiang Mai and elsewhere sell Phong and Phong choi.