Tram's Kitchen

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

4.3 / 6 votes

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Inexpensive Vietnamese food

Tram's is a quaint Vietnamese restaurant on the border of the Strip and Bloomfield.

The menu is short here, but you can find 5 or 6 veg options, including a vegan version of Vietnam's famous Pho soup and a few tofu dishes.

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I've only been here once- on the recommendation of my friend. It looks a little shady from the outside, but the food is great. I didn't really know what to order, so I had my friend order for me (she goes there regularly and knows what's good). I don't remember exactly what the dish was called- but it was noodles with shredded tofu and coconut milk. It was very good. We also ordered spring rolls (she ordered me 2, and that was almost too much. they are big) and they were delicious.

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I love both the Lemongrass Tofu - crunchy on the outside, smooth and soft on the inside - and the vegetarian Pho soup.

According to a Vietnamese reviewer in the Trib, Tram's has the most authentic Pho in town.

The prices are also very good here - $5 for the Lemongrass Tofu, $7 for a big pot of the Pho soup.

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Tram's is just a block down the hill from the corner of Penn and Main. The restaurant front is very discreet, with a small "Tram's Kitchen" on the window and a red "Open" LED sign. Look for the corner of Penn and Main, which is easily spotted (there's a Sunoco and the Brillo Box bar, there), and head down the hill (in the directon of Downtown) along Penn. Tram's will be on your left.

The 86B will take you right there, the 86A and 54C can let you off at the corner of Liberty and Main, just a few minutes extra walk.


$ - inexpensive

Cash Only


  • Vietnamese



10am - 9pm

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