Posts tagged "Vietnamese"
Mr. Baguette, Rosemead

Mr. Baguette, Rosemead

#Simple, yet delicious Banh Mi (Vietnamese Sandwiches) #Bread is baked fresh right in the shop #Arguably better than Mr. Lee’s Sandwiches #I like the grilled pork and meatball #Spacious parking lot, but fills up fast Yelp Listing Mr. Baguette 8702 E Valley Blvd Rosemead, CA (626) 288-9166
Pho Ha, Arcadia

Pho Ha, Arcadia

Yelp Listing Pho Ha 411 E Huntington Dr Ste 101C Arcadia, CA 91006 (626) 294-9890
Golden Deli, SGV

Golden Deli, SGV

#The most popular and might be the best Vietnamese restaurant in SGV #Opened 2nd location recently in Temple City #Great Noodle Soup (Pho) #The Ice Teas are good, too #The parking lot has small spaces Yelp Golden Deli 815 W Las Tunas Dr. San Gabriel, CA 91776 http://www.goldendelirestaurant.com/
Pho Real, Shanghai

Pho Real, Shanghai

#Solid Vietnamese Noodle restaurant featuring Pho #RIP Fred. Glad I got to meet him, unfortunate that he passed away so young #Personal favorite is the beef tomato broth with dipping french bread – Bo Kho with Baguette #Broth is not too heavy. I think it is how Chinese like it. My Wife loves it #There...
Coquille Seafood Bistro, Shanghai

Coquille Seafood Bistro, Shanghai

Coquille is French Vietnamese Seafood restaurant opened by John Liu, who also opened the popular Scarpetta.  Coquille has the ambiance of a French Bistro, with the cool throwback black and white mosaic tiles and couple of romantic sidewalk tables in the interior facade. It has been said the top 3 reasons for a restaurant’s success is 1....
Quán Lẩu Dê 306, Ho Chi Minh City

Quán Lẩu Dê 306, Ho Chi Minh City

Goat, I’ve thought, was never that strange of a meat to eat. Its a domesticated animal much like a pig or a cow. Goats aren’t exotic creatures like pangolins, snakes, or even rabbits. But it still doesn’t answer the question – why we don’t eat goat in the US or in Asia. In Latin American,...
I Love Bún, Ho Chi Minh City

I Love Bún, Ho Chi Minh City

While I was in Ho Chi Minh city, we stumbled across I Love Bun after shopping at Ben Thanh market. How could you resist a place with the name I Love Bun. The modest place seemed like a typical quick service food restaurant that you’ll find in Asia. Though with waiter service, the food is...
Lemongrass, Ho Chi Minh City

Lemongrass, Ho Chi Minh City

Tourists, foreigners, and out of towners usually have little or no expectation for food, unless they specifically researched prior to their trip. Yet, the onus of pressure, lies with the host or friends, who may often stress about restaurant selections. You’d think an old college buddy visiting, is like the queen of England in preparation...
Pho 越苑, Taipei

Pho 越苑, Taipei

Sriracha sauce (Thai: ศรีราชา [sǐrātɕʰā]), a Thai spicy sauce, is not from Thailand or even Vietnam It is from Rosemead in Southern California, with Thai roots. In the states, the Rooster sauce, originally developed for Asian Americans, is used on buffalo wings, french fries, and other American foods, as well as Asian dishes. But, arguably, I feel the best...
Crustacean, Beverly Hills

Crustacean, Beverly Hills

Our food adventure tonight brought us to Crustacean. Originally we had planned elsewhere, but we were too late in planning and couldn’t get a decent time for the ten of us. Fortunately, one of us remembered an old favorite – Crustacean. I don’t usually crave red meat nor seafood with shells (like crustaceans), but in...
Dong Nguyen, SGV

Dong Nguyen, SGV

Dong Nguyen is a neighborhood favorite in San Gabriel. Their menu features languages in Vietnamese, Chinese, English, and Thai. You could say this is the All American restaurant of different nationalities. On the strong suggestion from Mr. B, this is one of the recommended restaurants on his list. Located in a shopping mall, you’d miss...
Pho Kim Long, San Jose

Pho Kim Long, San Jose

In my recent trip to the Bay area, to attend the Foodbuzz festival, I also tried a few other places. Pho Kim Long in San Jose was chosen on this chilly night. Anytime when it is a bit nippy, I like to have hot soups – and Vietnamese noodle soups, also known as Phở, is...

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