Pho Long to Open Indochine in Old Pho Long Space

As Gut Check reported last week, St. Louis favorite Pho Long has relocated a few doors down in Jeffrey Plaza to the space formerly occupied by Indian Food.  As an addition, looking for a to-go menu last night, I noticed Pho Long’s Facebook page stated a new concept, Indochine would soon be opening.

When picking up my order I put on my old and rarely-seen sleuthing cap and discovered that Indochine will be a new restaurant opening in the former Pho Long space that will “offer more dry items.”  Though these include dry noodle offerings and “more rice dishes” the most notable item is that Indochine will be baking their own bread in house so that they can offer the freshest banh mi sandwiches in St. Louis.  They hope to open within three months and, after a lengthy conversation last night about the care that goes into making their beef broth at Pho Long (they were out and I had to order chicken pho for the first time), I imagine this will be a concept that pays off.

Also, of note, now that they have more space to work with, Pho Long will also look to expand their menu offerings.  No word on what those offerings will include other than the same “dry dishes”, but I cast my vote for bánh xèo.

11 Responses to “Pho Long to Open Indochine in Old Pho Long Space”

  1. Ward Says:

    For a second you scared the crap out of me—I thought maybe Pho Long had closed.

    This is great news, though. Look forward to the changes at Pho Long and to checking out their new venture, especially if banh mi will be a big part of it.


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    How was the chicken Pho anyway?? How did your missus respond to that new concoction?


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