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Vietnamese in Houston

  • Saigon Pagolac
    9600 Bellaire, 119 | Outer Loop - SW

    This is where the Asian community goes for Vietnamese fajitas. At Saigon Pagolac, you cook your own tenderloin slices on a miniature black cast-iron skillet heated by a butane-fired tabletop... More on Saigon Pagolac »

  • Cafe TH
    2108 Pease St. | East End

    The old Thiem Hung Bakery has been reimagined and reinvented by former patron Minh Nguyen, who bought the place - recipes and all - from its former owners and then proceeded to update the... More on Cafe TH »

  • Thanh Phuong
    3236 E. Broadway | Pearland

    This nondescript Vietnamese restaurant in Pearland holds a treasure trove of surprises inside, from a brilliant bowl of pho to an assort-ment of game meats that means you don't have to just enjoy... More on Thanh Phuong »

  • Pho Ga Dakao
    11778 Bellaire Blvd. | Outer Loop - SW

    Pho Ga Dakao is on the sleepier end of Chinatown, but that doesn't stop this pho ga (chicken soup) joint from being packed every day of the week. They're open late on the weekends and are even... More on Pho Ga Dakao »

  • Jenni's Noodle House
    3111 S. Shepherd | Lower Shepherd-Kirby

    This is one of the best family-owned Asian restaurants in the city. You can get in and out quickly, and the small place really packs them in despite a lack of parking. Specializing in Vietnamese,... More on Jenni's Noodle House »

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  • Que Huong
    8200 Wilcrest | Outer Loop - SW

    Que Huong (pronounced WAY HONG) is one of the best family-style Vietnamese restaurants in Houston. The softshell crab tempura is a stand-out, and it's hard to miss with the noodle soups. You may... More on Que Huong »

  • Kim Son
    12750 SW Freeway | Outside Houston

    This Stafford location is currently the place for dim sum. On the weekend, the carts shuttle a staggering array of more than 70 items. If you don't know your xiu mai from your gow gee, ask for a... More on Kim Son »

  • Cajun Corner
    11526 Bellaire Blvd. | Outer Loop - SW

    Gulf Coast Vietnamese-Americans are wild about Cajun-style boiled crawfish -- the spicier the better. And the Vietnamese-American-owned Cajun Corner sells them all year round, in addition to... More on Cajun Corner »

  • Jasmine Asian Cuisine
    9938 Bellaire Blvd. | Outer Loop - SW

    Seafood is the specialty at this elegant Vietnamese restaurant. Try the whole grilled catfish or the "fish seven ways," a variation on the better-known "beef seven ways" that substitutes grouper... More on Jasmine Asian Cuisine »

  • Van Loc Restaurant
    3010 Milam | Montrose

    Opened in 1986, this was one of the first Vietnamese restaurants in Little Saigon, downtown. Since Vietnamese food was still a novelty in the '80s, Van Loc also served Chinese food and never... More on Van Loc Restaurant »

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