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This is the best pho in Orange County, barnone. Thanh Lich's broth is brown with the drippings of beef, fragrant ofstar anise, teasing with cinnamon. The... More »
Breakfast and lunch only at South County's institution for Viet- and French-inspired brunch in a casual atmosphere. Smoked salmon and pots of pte are the... More »
Start with an order of banh beo chen. It comes in 10 single-serving shots, stacked like mahjong tiles on an orange cafeteria tray so flimsy it warps under the... More »
You're tolerating brusque customer service here for the 10 choices of boính moČ, the foot-long sandwich that is one of the most delicious robberies in the... More »
The destination for hungry Vietnamese folks in search of com tam, a dish of steamed "broken" rice with various toppings. If you go, don't miss the cha (an egg... More »
Inconspicuously located at the center of a Fountain Valley strip mall, this restaurant has been dishing out delectable vegan cuisine for more than 13... More »
In true OC style, the finest Vietnamese dining in Little Saigon is in a building that used to be a Bennigan's, outside the Target at the Westminster... More »
Serving the best in northern Vietnamese food, including banh tom co ngu, an addictive dish of lightly fried shrimp and sweet potato. As with many dishes, it comes with a... More »
The nem noung rolls that made them famous are still the ones against which all others are measured. The protein at the fulcrum is a ruddy concoction which isn't quite a... More »
Everyone's heard of pho. But have you heard of sullungtang? It's Korea's own beef soup, made from simmering beef bones for hours. Murky like milk and initially... More »
During my third visit to Hue Oi, the block around Fountain Valley's Mile Square Park experienced a blackout. Stoplights weren't functioning. The traffic on Brookhurst was a snarled mess even by Little Saigon standards. But Hue Oi forged on without electricity. Customers kept arriving, the noodle soups still came out steaming, the two-toned glasses of cafe su dua still needed to be stirred...
Have you ever bitten into pickled mustard greens at 6:30 in the morning? Let me tell you: It's exhilarating. Orange juice has nothing on the gentle pungency this jade-green condiment possesses. Its purpose is the same as sauerkraut, but without the overpowering mouth-puckering sourness, yet it's still punchy enough to be a buzzing alarm clock in your mouth. You'll find it stuffed in a lot of...
You're one of two kinds of bánh xèo eater. Are you the kind that takes a whole leaf of lettuce to wrap a shard or two of the crispy Vietnamese crepe and its fillings, rolling it up with herbs to make a makeshift burrito? Or do you just put it all into a bowl and eat it with chopsticks? In Little Saigon, you'll find the wrap-and-rollers are in the majority, but there's really no...
Bun Bo Hue, Pho Filet Mignon (get the Large), Banh Canh Tom Cua, Banh Beo Chen, Banh Nam, Mi Quang...and add their "Sate" Chilli sauce (Hue Oi makes their own).....have all been good. They barely opened over a month ago...and yes..I'm a pig....I've tried it all!Read Full Review
They have some great Pho and they are very friendly people.Read Full Review
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