The Vermont Cynic

Authenticity served at Pho Hong

Authenticity served at Pho Hong

Elizabeth Roote, Feature Writer

October 8, 2019

Vietnamese restaurant Pho Hong has carved out a little slice of home, causing locals and college students alike to return for over 10 years. “We try to treat people like family,” Wick said. Pho Hong opened as the result of one woman’s love for cooking. Jade Le, daughter of Pho Hong’s owners, remembers it was always her mother’s dream...

Ask Cat: answers for your UVM questions

Ask Cat

September 6, 2019

Q: I’m nervous about my workload; how can I handle it? With the start of every new semester comes new stress. Everyone on campus is affected by stress in some way, so don’t worry, you’re not alone. The first thing I do when I am overwhelmed with schoolwork is to write all my due dates down f...

“Friends” Nepali restaurant makes you feel like family

Amanda Anderson, Staff Columnist

October 31, 2018

Alek Fleury On the day the first snowflakes were spotted in Burlington, the sky was gray and the 38-degree wind whipped through the autumn colored trees. I had not ventured out all day and was feeling crabby. All that changed when I stepped foot inside Friends Nepali Restaurant. Located at 212 Main St. in...

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