Restaurant transforms into Pham Le Kitchen on June 1


Photo via Instagram / @phamlekitchenottawa
Photo via Instagram / @phamlekitchenottawa

The Vietnamese restaurant formerly known as Pho TJ at 1261 Stittsville Main Street will re-open on June 1 as under new management as Pham Le Kitchen.

The owners are Alain Pham Nguyen and Peter Pham Le. The name of the restaurant is a bit of a pun involving their surnames.  After all, Stittsville is a really “Pham Le” friendly place to live.

They’re open under the new name as of 11:00am on Wednesday, June 1, serving your favourite Vietnamese cuisine, including pho, of course.  The restaurant is open 11am-9pm, Monday to Sunday.

Photo via Instagram / @phamlekitchenottawa
Photo via Instagram / @phamlekitchenottawa

3 thoughts on “Restaurant transforms into Pham Le Kitchen on June 1”

  1. Alain made us a spectaculiar lunch on Saturday , 18 we are at Tony Graham Kanata Toyota . We will had great dishes Pad Thai with shrimp , chicken , crab , tender beef with rice , curry dishes
    Spring rolls ! We will defintly be back soon !

  2. Highly recommend this place! I have been twice and the food was excellent both times – fresh, tasty and reasonably priced. The service was excellent as well – quick, and the staff was very friendly. Clean restaurant and nice atmosphere also.
    You should eat here today!!!

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