Chamblee is home to many Vietnamese restaurants that specialize in pho, the Vietnamese noodle soup. Pho #1 is one of the better known examples. It's on Buford Highway across the road from Atlanta Farmers Market.
I started with some spring rolls. The Vietnamese spring roll is served cold, wrapped in a very thin crepe, and served with peanut sauce. Mine were light and refreshing.
I ordered a large bowl of beef pho. It is traditionally served with some ingredients that are added by you at the last minute. The side plate included bean sprouts, mint, a few slices of chili pepper, and a slice of lime. The side ingredients cook quickly but still retain some texture. The broth was very rich and flavorful. Overall the soup was delicious and, at $6, a bargain.