AN AUTHENTIC TASTE OF THE NORTHERN VIETNAMESE PALATE

  • Tasty T-ZO Northern Vietnamese Cuisine meals

    Tasty

  • T-ZO Northern Vietnamese Cuisine healthy meals options

    Healthy

  • T-ZO Northern Vietnamese Cuisine meals are prepared and cooked from fresh ingredients

    Fresh

  • Prepare the patties to grill at T-ZO


  • When it comes to putting healthy, home-cooked meals on the table every day, the struggle is real!


    This is one of main reasons that

    T-ZO decided to provide our customers with a variety of fresh, healthy, unbelievably tasty and ready-to-eat meals that are cooked based upon special heirloom recipes of Vietnamese cuisine, especially the Northern Vietnamese cooking style.

Our Story

T-ZO was founded after 6 years of researching the U.S. market. The company is a premade meal-kit provider. T-ZO has been the pioneer in introducing Northern Vietnamese cuisine and using unique Northern Vietnamese recipes to create and serve foods & beverages to local customers.


Before moving into the meal-kit service business, T-ZO started as a fast-casual Vietnamese restaurant in Alexandria, Virginia. The restaurant was well-known as the first & the only restaurant in the DC Metropolitan Area introducing and serving Northern Vietnamese cuisine.

Mission Statement

At T-ZO, our mission is to bring the unique and delicate tase of Vietnamese Cuisine, particularly the Northern Vietnamese cuisine to ​the health conscious U.S customers through authentic recipes.

We aim to introduce tasty and healthy foods that utilize fresh ingredients at an affordable price.

We want to paint a picture of our homeland for the customers through our products and services.

We strive to satisfy the busiest client with the utmost conveniece without sacrificing flavor.

  • T-ZO uses traditional method of brewing coffee to make tasty and authentic Vietnamese coffee
  • T-ZO always use fresh and natural ingredients to make delicious and healthy food and drinks
  • T-ZO Vietnamese Fresh Tea
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  • ★★★★★ Edward K.

    I am a Pho lover and this place offers a new style of Hanoi pho. The broth is rich and seems like more time is put into it (and also feels healthier). It comes with garlic vinegar sauce that is different than the hoisin sauce that usually comes with pho at other places. I also tried the Chicken Pho which is a little different and was pleasantly surprised!!

  • ★★★★★ Lindsay D.

    My favorite item on the menu has to be Hanoi Rice With Grilled Pork. This dish features rice that has been steamed in chicken broth and nearly a dozen small handmade pork patties. A sweet brown sauce comes with the dish that goes perfect on both the rice and patties. I've never had any Vietnamese dish like this before.

  • ★★★★★ Nam K.

    We didn't expect Hanoi Style Beef Pho and Hanoi Grilled Pork Vermicelli to be so good. Hands down the flavor is authentic and delicious

  • ★★★★★ Hilda K.

    The Chicken Vermicelli was very light and perfect for a hot day. The Hanoi grilled pork with vermicelli was made with tasty ground pork patties that you dip in the sauce. The Lemongrass Limeade was very light and refreshing

  • ★★★★★ Long N.

    Great food! We had Hanoi Grilled Pork Vermicelli (Bun Cha), Veggies Tofu Vermicelli, chicken pho and beef pho. They were all very good. This place serves Northern Vietnam cuisine

  • ★★★★★ Nicholas P.

    The best pho I've had. Rich meaty broth and a side of garlic vinegar to cut through the richness was delicious. Not sweet at all but I preferred it to the more common Saigon style

  • ★★★★★ Evan R.

    If I were to recommend anything, I would strongly recommend trying the Hanoi Grilled Pork Vermicelli

  • ★★★★★ Mary B.

    When I saw the Lemongrass Limeade on the menu, I just knew I had to try it. It was perfectly tangy and not overly sweet. I will buy it by the case!!

  • ★★★★★ Jaclyn D.

    Hanoi Grilled Pork Vermicelli and Hanoi Style Beef Pho were the best in our opinion. And the Lemongrass Limeade was also very good and unique in taste

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  • "T-ZO features North Vietnamese
    cuisine. How is it different? There is less oil and less sweetness to the cooking. The broths used in the pho is deeper and richer in flavor. There is no Thai basil for the soup. What you will  find are similarities in the lightness and freshness of the cooking. There are lots of fresh herbs and spices in many of their dishes"