After more than four years of business, the West Boise restaurant suddenly closed.
Pho Tay Vietnamese noodles, 10548 W. Fairview Ave., was recently closed after being kicked out. Opened in December 2017, the local restaurant has become the third Asian restaurant at Fairview Plaza West.There are several doors China Grand BuffetA longtime classic, and Rotary sushiOpened in 2015.
Pho, a popular Vietnamese street food, is made from noodles, soups, meats and herbs. This dish has become more and more popular in the Boise region over the last few years.
However Pho Tay Eventually I faced financial challenges. According to court records, the situation ended when owner Long Duc Do was escorted from the premises on January 19 by an agent of Sheriff Ada County.
After the sheriff’s office posted a peasant eviction notice informing him that he or another restaurant employee could be charged with trespassing inside, the agent went into the restaurant. I found Do.
In August 2017, he signed a five-year lease, according to a copy contained in a peasant eviction proceeding filed in the Magistrates’ Court of Ada County. He was to pay his landlord a basic rent of $ 29,600 a year. The amount increased each year to $ 33,315 in the final year of the lease, which is due to expire on December 31, 2022.
According to court documents, Meridian landlord FPWM LLC has sought to expel Pho Tay after the restaurant rented $ 19,099 for rent until November 14, 2019.
FPWM LLC presented Do with a default notice in early November, followed by a three-day notice to pay the unpaid amount or leave the facility. A peasant eviction lawsuit was filed on December 14, after Do failed to make subsequent payments.
Judge Michael Dean signed a default judgment after Do was unable to attend the hearing on December 28. FPWM LLC was awarded a $ 1,500 attorney’s fee in addition to backrent.
The landlord declined to comment on this article, according to a representative of Korea’s commercial real estate company. No email or text message was returned to Do.