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Story of PhaSauce

Born in Orange County California, PhaSauce was founded by entrepreneur Holly. PhaSauce was established with family and busy individuals in mind. With today’s fast-moving pace, we all seem short of meaningful time for each other. Hence, Phasauce was created to ease the cooking experience. With 20 minutes of preparation, a delicious meal is ready for the family to enjoy. Just mix with your choice of protein or veggies and fire up!!

The bold yet flavorful Vietnamese product line of marinades and dressing and dip is easy to use, fast and convenient to reduce prep time in the kitchen. PhaSauce marinades come in GARLIC, LEMONGRASS, LEMONGRASS GLUTEN-FREE, CURRY GLUTEN-FREE, and a garlic Pan-Asian dressing and dip. The sauce is carefully crafted with depth flavors, and simple ingredients so our customers can enjoy it in the comfort of their personal space.

Satisfaction, simplicity, and convenience are the critical components of the company’s mission.

A little about the chef:

Holly once owned a restaurant in Lincoln Park, IL called Asiana Vietnamese Restaurant. There she introduced popular Vietnamese dishes to the yuppie patrons. She took pride and pleasure in seeing people of different ethnicities enjoying the Vietnamese food served in the restaurant.

Her drive and passion for food took her to another stage in her life and PhaSauce became a reality during the height of the pandemic. And the rest is history, PhaSauce is now available on three online platforms and in  supermarkets in the Los Angeles and Orange County California, and Arizona areas. Many more stores are in the works to carry.

We hope you enjoy PhaSauce as much as Holly enjoys crafting them. All the ingredients are freshly prepared and handpicked to ensure quality and freshness.

“Food is a universal language and I aim to enrich and cultivate fond memories surrounding dinner table, simultaneously bridging eastern and western food cultures with PhaSauce” Holly

Photo of old AsianaSauce Restaurant (now PhaSauce)