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Press

September 2013 - New Location in Richardson...

We are excited to bring pho to the Richardson Telecom Corridor in a fast and convenient location situated off of I-75n and Campbell. Pho Crimson specializes in traditional Vietnamese cuisine; from fresh spring rolls and hearty soups, to rice and noodle dishes with succulent grilled meats. View Locations...

September 2011 - Featured in the Dallas Observer...

Crimson Asian Cuisine opened last week at corner of Blackburn and McKinney in the West Village, serving pho and other Vietnamese dishes such as stir-fries, rice noodles and spring roles. The atmosphere is on the casual side. Not fancy, but nice. There's a decent size patio area out front and the dining room inside is small-ish, but efficient and has some tables tucked away in a corners and plenty out in the open. View Article...

September 2011 - Featured on Thrillist...

The first-time venture of a pair of food-loving friends, this 30-seater ushers traditional Vietnamese into a gently modern setting, with crimson accents, artistic imitation branches, and an inset, softly lit stone wall, which really highlights Jackson's chest-dominating General Beard. Get things rolling with peanut-sauced, vermicelli-aided Rockin Beef, Flame Throwers (flash-fried chick wings w/ scallions, onions, jalapenos), and, with ground shrimp & scallions in a wonton wrapper, Cherry Blossoms, as all the Gin Blossoms are still driving around this town...looking for a parking place. Then, step up to entrees like the house-special Samurai Crab (seared in lemon butter & pepper; Samurai Lobster's on its way), a pho roster starring Dac Biet (rare beef tenderloin, beef ball, brisket, flank steak), or banh mi highlighted by the Crimson Special: French ham, pate, and sliced pork roll (Tide roll). View Article...

August 2011 - Featured in D Magazine...

It’s no secret that we have a pho monkey on our backs up here on the 21st floor. There’s no explaining it except to say that, even in 100+ degree weather, the steamy goodness hits our bellies with satisfying savoriness. And it’s no small thing that the chopsticks force us to slow down and eat more consciously, which is never a bad thing. Yeah, yeah—we know that pho isn’t new to North Texas. View Article...