Pho (Phở) is a traditional Vietnamese dish, also considered one of the typical dishes of Vietnamese cuisine. The main ingredient of Pho is noodles and broth (or southern soups) with sliced beef or chicken. Also included are spices such as: soy sauce, pepper, lemon, fish sauce, chili ... These spices are added depending on the taste of each user. Pho is commonly used for breakfast or for dinner, but in large cities it is enjoyed throughout the day. Southern provinces of Vietnam and other regions of Pho are presented with a plate of herbs such as onions, coriander leaves and basil leaves, in which coriander is a typical leaf of Pho; However, in Hanoi, there is no plate of raw vegetables. Pho is usually beef noodle soup or chicken noodle soup.