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This is a clean, well-lit place for Anglo-friendly Vietnamese food. Try the oversized Vietnamese crepe and one of the winter, spring, summer or fall rolls.
Quite a few Vietnamese places in this week's reports, from Midtown to the west side. And at the end of this post we address peeing outside, so stick around. Pho Saigon (2808 Milam) got hit with five ... More »
Banh xeo does not mean "slightly deflated yellow football" in Vietnamese, though that's what the version at Le Viet restaurant on Westheimer looks like. As soon as our waitress set it down on the table, I knew we were in trouble. The appetizer... More »
The "five styles twin lobsters" dish ($24.99) at Le Viet (11328 Westheimer, 281-293-8883) is likely to cause diners quite a quandary. After all, which of the five preparation methods -- black pepper, garlic butter, tamarind, ginger and scallion,... More »
Le Viet offers common Vietnamese dishes like pho and bun, but they take it many steps further with their menu. I recommend the Go-nuts chicken, Le Viet's stir fried vegetables with tofu, the Le Viet's special vermicelli with pork, all their types of spring rolls, their bun, and several more dishes. Prices are great! Portion sizes large enough for doggy bags!
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