Boston’s Chinatown offers a mélange of Asian cuisine, including Vietnamese. Pho Pasteur has been holding court at this location since 1991 and has a well-earned reputation for inexpensive and tasty food: It’s a friendly, bright place for a quick meal. A healthy option is the bun—vermicelli noodles, shredded lettuce, fresh mint, and your choice of hot protein, all mixed together. You’ll also see lots of patrons with big bowls of pho, Vietnamese noodle soup. A giant menu offers over 100 food choices, with another 29 juice and tea options, plus beer and wine.