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Some like it because of all that parking and the fact that you can always get a table while suckers wait in lines at Quang; others just like it because it's got the best pho west of the river. Whatever your position, there's no arguing that Pho Tau Bay is as authentic as it gets. Rice paper rolls are available in standard varieties, but there's also a refreshing, almost Cuban-tasting one made with Chinese sausage, shredded jicama, and a haunting, licorice-like dark green herb. Weekend specialties like curried periwinkle have no local competition whatsoever, and if you develop a taste for Pho Tau Bay's bright green tapioca with taro and coconut cream, you'll be delighted to realize that they're open Tuesday through Sunday from 9:30 in the morning till 8:30 at night for your takeout needs.
Low prices, warm people, super soup! The principal is if it exists, it can become soup and what a soup it becomes! Don't be afraid of the names of the soup or what might be in each dish. Trust me fish balls are just friends you have not met!
Tucked away at the south end of Eat Street, facing both the railroad tracks and the car wash, is a gem of an eatery. An electric incense shrine greets guests at the door and a host of authentic Vietnamese dishes grace the table. A full selection of banh mi (Vietnamese sandwiches) starting at $2 make for a great lunchtime option. (Buy 10 sandwiches and the 11th is free!) More leisurely luncheons may include one of the delectable noodle soups. All told, the menu lists 36 noodle soup... More »
Three-dollar falafel at Sahib's. Vietnamese hoagies at Quang for $1.75. Pork buns for two bucks at Trieu Chau. Five dollars for an entire Mexican meal at Tacos Morelos, El Mariachi, and Los Gallos. The same price for Vietnamese noodle feasts at Pho Tau Bay, Phuong Cafe, Vientiane, and the aforementioned Quang. If you can't buy somebody lunch along this stretch of "Eat Street" for less than the price of a paperback book, we want to know where you're buying your paperbacks. More »
There are those of us (the pushovers, the hyperresponsible?) who "do" the holidays for everyone else. Frantic good sports, we buy, wrap, bake, and entertain, though we have jobs and families too. Yes, we are adults, acting of our own free will.... More »
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