Pho-lovers, are you up for the challenge of finishing a giant bowl of pho? In Toronto, there's a restaurant that sells a bowl of pho so big that it feeds at least four people!
At Ginger Pho in North York, the restaurant sells what it describes as the "world's largest bowl of pho."
The gigantic bowl of pho is 16 inches wide and weighs 16 lbs including the bowl, noodles, meats and vegetables (or 12 lbs not including the dish).
Inside Ginger Pho's "world's largest bowl of pho" is tons of ingredients. There are rare beef slices, beef balls, flank, tendon, tripe, assorted vegetables and, of course, plenty of noodles all in a delicious broth.
Finishing this massive bowl of pho will be a challenge, so make sure to bring at least three of your friends to help you devour it. Unlike many of the other delicious options on the menu, like vermicelli, smaller bowls of pho, or rice dishes, the "world's largest bowl of pho" is available for dine-in only.
As you might expect, this giant bowl of pho isn't cheap — it costs $54.95. Meanwhile, regular bowls of pho at Ginger Pho range from $9.95 for a small bowl to $11.50 for a large bowl.
When considering the cost of the large bowl of pho, splitting the world's largest will be approximately the same price as four large bowls of pho (or slightly cheaper if you share it with five people).
Ginger Pho is located at 2590 Weston Rd., North York. It's open Monday to Sunday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. For more information about Ginger Pho, or to see their menu, visit their website.