Brooklyn, NY 11220
- Sun-Tue, Thu, Sat 6am-8pm
- Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch, Snack Food
- Not Accepted
Village Voice's Description
Like it's smaller sibling, Than Da II, this spic-and-span restaurant produces excellent banh mi. At this larger outpost, the real draws are the noodle soups and sundry Vietnamese dishes, which are more vibrant than any in the area. Bun bo Hue, spicy beef noodle soup from the city of Hue, boasts a truly wonderful broth--deeply beefy and chile-spiked, topped with a handful of Vietnamese basil. Steamed rice noodles topped with cucumbers, herbs, fried shallots and ham roll are a cool, slippery treat, especially zested with fish sauce.
Tips from foursquare
Try Bun bo Hue soup-brick-red beef broth tastes of long simmering, spiked w/ chiles, lemongrass, & shrimp paste & great hunks of braised beef & slithery rice vermicelli, along w/ scallions & cilantro.
Order the #3 báhn mì—you won’t be disappointed…
banh mi, banh beo, bun rieu, pho!
Come here for the noodles, not bahn mi. Great curry and great broth, for your stomach's sake order their curry and noodles!!!!!!!!
Stinks inside. Pho is amazing good
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