Phở is a traditional Vietnamese noodle soup, while phở gà (chicken noodles) is a popular variation on this dish that uses chicken instead of beef. It’s made from boiled chicken, rice noodles, green onions, vegetables, and a broth made from stewed bones. Each phở shop closely guards their secret broth recipe, while Hanoians have endless debates over who makes the best. It is often served with lime and chili. Quẩy (fried bread stick) are usually available upon request.