Pho xao gao, a stir-fried noodle and chicken dish similar to pad Thai, is one of Pho Cali’s offerings. (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News)

Pho has arrived in the Southtowns. A Vietnamese restaurant has opened in Elma, offering 13 varieties of the classic beef noodle soup of Vietnam as part of an extensive menu.

Pho Cali, 5952 Seneca St., opened last month in the space that was formerly R & R BBQ.

Its lengthy menu includes soups, stir-fries, noodle bowls, grilled meat dishes and more. Bun bo hue ($9.95), beef, pork and noodles in lemongrass-chile broth, is another soup on the menu. Appetizers include bo nuong xa ot ($8.95), grilled beef bundles stuffed with onions and chile, and chim cut roti ($11.95), marinated deep-fried quail.

Banh mi ($4.75), the Vietnamese submarine sandwich, is available in grilled pork or beef.

The restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. seven days a week. It does not serve alcohol. Phone: 675-8900.

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