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Little Saigon Orange County Vietnamese Community in Westminster California

This place is a food to go Vietnamese shop with items like banh chung, cha lua, and Banh Gio.

Little Saigon Adventures

by @JeetKuneBao @ Little Saigon Adventures

@JeetKuneBao wrote:

There been a few times when the broth at Pho B was out of this world good. Pure. I just skipped the basil, and sprouts.

@euno, what are your favorite Pho places?

For me:
Pho Ga: Pho Ga Hai Van and Pho Dakao
Pho Hanoi: Pho B
Pho Saigon: Pho 79

I really want to try something else besides Pho 79

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Little Saigon offers Asian foods, Vietnamese fare

Little Saigon offers Asian foods, Vietnamese fare


The Herald-Dispatch

HUNTINGTON - Located in the Pea Ridge Plaza on U.S. 60 near Barboursville, Little Saigon: Oriental Market is a new international market which includes a variety of different goods from

We Dig The Ludlow’s Guide To Eating In NYC’s Lower East Side

by Jess Kapadia @ Food Republic

If there’s one thing New York City hotels all need, it’s a friendly, concise, expertly curated guide to the neighborhood’s best eats. Lower East Side mainstay The Ludlow is handing out these cool little maps to make sure you end up exactly where you want. Here’s the map’s legend — check out all these great […]

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Transplants Brewing Turns 2, Ceremony + Anna’s Cider

by Sean Inman @ Food GPS

Food GPS - Food. Drinks. People.

I finally made a second visit north to Palmdale to join in festivities for the Transplants Brewing second anniversary bash. I was surprised at the variety of beers on offer (32 all told) as well as their growth in the brewing. I sampled eight beers from the list and was impressed by all save one that was probably just too green (The Bible Salesman). I really liked the Mecha Pronghorn that was one of many beers aged in Koval barrels. The Imperial Stout had loads of chocolate taste to it and was very smooth. I also tasted my first pastry stout with a great name of Cut & Pastry. It certainly did have a doughy sort of taste to it and though not my favorite was certainly well executed. IPA-wise, I tasted CatBirD which was brewed with Hop Hash and Hemp CBD; it tasted very nice with a near NE haziness to it. Fringe Element was a bit strong for an “IPA for Everybody” but I liked the taste of it and it paled to the two over 10% Triple IPAs on offer. Going back to the dark side, the Ultra Double Filbert was probably my second favorite after Mecha....

Transplants Brewing Turns 2, Ceremony + Anna’s Cider

Welcome to Little Saigon

Welcome to Little Saigon


richmondmagazine.com

An ode to Horsepen Road, Richmond’s stellar Vietnamese-food haven

Coming To Netflix: David Chang Gets Ugly Delicious

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

David Chang, the man behind Momofuku and subject of the first season of Food Republic parent company Zero Point Zero’s Mind of a Chef, is back on screens. Ready for his new show, Ugly Delicious? Premiering on February 23, the eight-episode series follows Chang as he travels, eats and hangs out with notable food personalities like Jessica Koslow, […]

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Child Prodigy Chef Flynn McGarry Documentary To Debut At Sundance

Child Prodigy Chef Flynn McGarry Documentary To Debut At Sundance

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

Flynn McGarry has cooked at some of the country’s top restaurants like Alinea, Alma and Eleven Madison Park, created supper clubs and hosted numerous pop-ups in Los Angeles and New York City all before the age of 17. Now at 19 years old, McGarry’s back in the headlines, this time to star in the documentary Chef Flynn. […]

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Little Kusina

by Pinoy Town Hall @ Pinoy Town Hall

1594 Lakewood Rd Toms River, NJ 08755 (732) 914-1972 Mon 9:00 am – 7:00 pm Tue 9:00 am – 7:00 pm Wed 9:00 am – 7:00 pm Thu 9:00 am – 7:00 pm Fri 9:00... Read more »

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The 5 Place to get Fresh Vietnamese Noodles in Seattle's Little Saigon

The 5 Place to get Fresh Vietnamese Noodles in Seattle's Little Saigon


Seattle Refined

In a city with a pho restaurant every three blocks and where banh mi shops are as common pizzerias, Vietnamese food is everywhere in Seattle. But, you might be wondering, where is it best? As anyone who has spent time in Vietnam will tell you, the key to g

National Popcorn Day, Free Dumplings, Cochon555: This Week In Food Events

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

Happy National Popcorn Day! Find out which movie theater in Brooklyn is celebrating with a fancy bowl. Heading out to the Women’s March tomorrow? There’s a bar is hosting a charity happy hour! Looking to celebrate the Grammy’s return to New York City? Chef JJ Johnson knows exactly the place. All that and more in this […]

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Good Food’s most memorable meals of 2017

by Rosalie Atkinson @ Good Food

We've collected an intercontinental list of insane and delicious meals that have defined our staff's past year.

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Little Saigon Vietnamese Restaurant Food Adventure

Little Saigon Vietnamese Restaurant Food Adventure


Eventbrite

An incredible night of food and a story of one family's survival. The owners of Little Saigon on Woodman Drive will open the restaurant one night only for our group. Dinner Includes:A Soft Vietnamese Shrimp RollA Vegetarian Spring RollSteamed Vietnames DumplingsA meal sized Pho Soup with your choice of any meat combinationmeats are chicken, pork and shrimp.Door prizes and giveaways.  Hear the story of the owners amazing struggle to escape Vietnam in 1976 and get to the USA. It is an incredible tale of sadness, and eventual triumphCost is $25 per person includes tax/tip

Food Adventures takes on “Little Saigon” Restaurant

Food Adventures takes on “Little Saigon” Restaurant


Dayton Most Metro

When most people think of Vietnam, they think of war, Nixon, and hippies.  FOOD ADVENTURES, however, immediately think of food.   In 1980, a few years af

2018 Beer Predictions, Nice Chucks + January Plan

by Sean Inman @ Food GPS

Food GPS - Food. Drinks. People.

It is time to gaze into the crystal ball. Don’t shake it or the yeast will start swirling amidst the hazy IPA inside. Here is what I think could happen in the world of independent beer in 2018. 1. Each year it seems that breweries get the idea that they should sell to the large Los Angeles beer market. We reap the benefit for a few months, but then the distribution flags and poof!; the brewery retreats. I expect this to happen again, but with more breweries flowing out than coming in for the first time. 2. 22-ounce bombers will fade quicker this year as more 16-ounce cans and 32-ounce crowlers take over. We are already seeing the re-emergence of the six-pack as well. 3. Taproom-only releases will start to be seen on beer shop shelves and more kegs will be spotted as well. Beer has to be made to a certain scale and if the beer sits at a brewery too long, it will eventually make its way elsewhere. 4. There will be at least four big buyouts / purchases as consolidation starts to take hold but SABInBev and their High End portfolio might be silent this year. 5.THE...

2018 Beer Predictions, Nice Chucks + January Plan

Good Food’s Holiday Gift Guide

by Rosalie Atkinson @ Good Food

We spoke to six L.A. chefs and sommeliers about their holiday gift recommendations for home cooks, so you didn't have to! Find out what the minds behind the City of Angels' hottest restaurants can't cook without.

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Serious Comfort Food at SeaLegs Wine Bar in Huntington Beach

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Little Saigon, Orange County, California

Little Saigon, Orange County, California


Bay Area Bites

By pure coincidence, two of your Bay Area Bites authors will be taking a trip to Vietnam in the next few months. Amy Sherman and I separately planned trips are both packing our bags and getting our…

Little Saigon Adventures

by @secretasianman barry chin @ Little Saigon Adventures

@secretasianman wrote:

a chacon son gout; the common wisdom as i hear it is to skip the pho there. i went to pho 79 (now saigon eden) a lot when i first moved to the west coast and it was my go to for a long time. now recalibrating as i try more different vietnamese stuff.

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Little Saigon Adventures

by @secretasianman barry chin @ Little Saigon Adventures

@secretasianman wrote:

i think i’ve been there and also pho filet nearby, but it’s been a while for both. had i known that pho huynh was northern, i would have evaluated it differently; i now understand that northern is supposed to be more nuanced than southern, but to an inexperienced palate the line between subtle and bland is fairly murky.

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The Insider’s Guide to Little Saigon in San Jose - BayArea

The Insider’s Guide to Little Saigon in San Jose - BayArea


BayArea

Unlike other ethnic enclaves such as San Francisco’s Chinatown or Japantown, San Jose’s Little Saigon flies under-the-radar in terms of popularity with tourists and even some locals. That said, with over 180,000 residents, Little Saigon has more Vietnamese residents than any other city in the world outside of Vietnam, according to Visit San Jose. So …

Roasting Agave & Eating Tacos: A Oaxacan Adventure With Mezcal Unión

by rmartin @ Food Republic

People talk about Oaxaca like it’s a mystical place. Like on your first night there you’ll experience some hint of magic and it’ll guide your journey and you’ll go home feeling not so much refreshed but changed. Maybe the world will be a little clearer. Maybe you’ll see in the Technicolor of the craft-made spirit […]

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How to Make Vegetable Prep Easier with Your Food Processor

How to Make Vegetable Prep Easier with Your Food Processor

by Bay Area Bites @ Bay Area Bites

Take a break from practicing your knife skills and let your food processor do the work.

How To Dine At Noma’s Last Available Reservation For As Little As $10

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

There’s just one last table available at Noma’s re-opening night on February 15! And it could be yours for as little as $10. Noma is partnering with Omaze to offer a trip for you and a guest to Copenhagen to dine at one of the world’s best restaurants. But it gets better! Return the next […]

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Portlandia meets the Motherland: Kachka’s braised chanterelles and potatoes

by Rosalie Atkinson @ Good Food

Portland Monthly once called chef Bonnie Frumkin Morales' food, "like a feisty Russian Babushka’s cooking—with Pussy Riot crashing the dinner table."

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Little Saigon Adventures

by @JeetKuneBao @ Little Saigon Adventures

@JeetKuneBao wrote:

I will most definitely ask for a fried egg instead and I love bo kho!

Was wondering what you Bolsa kids think of Ba Le? I read they make their own cold cuts, pate, and mayo. The bread has a smooth crust instead of being slightly crackly

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Listen To Food Republic Today: Phil Rosenthal

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

Be sure to subscribe to Food Republic Today on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. And please rate the podcast and leave comments! Subscribe: Apple | Stitcher | Spotify | TuneIn The creator of Everybody Loves Raymond loves food, but you may have known that if you caught James Beard Award-winning I’ll Have What Phil’s Having, Phil Rosenthal’s first venture into food television. He’s back with Somebody Feed […]

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Little Saigon Adventures

by @JeetKuneBao @ Little Saigon Adventures

@JeetKuneBao wrote:

Speaking of Ngu Binh, it was a mom and pop, until they got divorce and mom opened up Ben Ngu lol!

Some Little Saigon restaurant drama!

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Little Saigon Adventures

by @JeetKuneBao @ Little Saigon Adventures

@JeetKuneBao wrote:

Pho Ga Hai Van at Westminster x Magnolia (same plaza as Ngu Binh), IMO the best pho ga in town. Forgot to take pics.

God I love 7 Leaves Mung Bean milk tea, warm and less sweet.

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Little Saigon Adventures

Little Saigon Adventures


Food Talk Central

Not to take away from Trieu Chau and Phnom Penh Noodle/“The Shack”. Those 2 places are classic and are a must-eat, with one being Vietnamese and the other Cambodian, respectively. Both here in Little Saigon, there are 2 Hu Tieu joints literally a minute walk from each other. 1st up: Phuongs Condiments are a must! Pickled garlic and chiles And the star, Dry Hu Tieu Nam Vang with soup and some real good tomato sauce, better than Scott Conants tomato sauce! Phuongs is known for the clear n...

The Local House

The Local House

by Another Food Critic @ Another Food Critic

A bit on the lighter end, this seafood restaurant is a place of substance; its cocktails a creative menagerie of fruits, its seafood fresh and standing on its own. Those wonderful outdoor seats make this spot good for a date or an intimate dinner. Definitely a bit more upscale than what you'll find to the north.

All You Can Eat Crab Legs Are Back!

by Dayton Most Metro @ Dayton Most Metro

Back by popular demand, Basil’s On Market is bringing back their Friday night All-You-Can-Eat Snow Crab legs night! Starting on January 19th, seafood lovers’ will be able to enjoy this treat from 4-9pm . They will also be featuring their signature truffle fries along with the crab legs.  This special will run  every Friday through March...

L.A. Beer & Food Festival, Kool Kief + The Rake

by Sean Inman @ Food GPS

Food GPS - Food. Drinks. People.

The Los Angeles beer festival calendar starts with a bang as the second annual L.A. Beer & Food Festival returns to Mack Sennett Studios in Silver Lake on Saturday, January 27, 2018. This was a fun and more intimate festival than others with beer and food booths snaking through rooms and outdoors. This year the L.A. County Brewers Guild event features 50 of L.A.’s independently-owned craft brewers pouring beers that you can then pair with food. It is a wonderful way to quickly and easily see and test how beers taste before, mid-bite, and after. On the beer side of the equation, I am looking forward to two groups of breweries. One category involves breweries that I haven’t had a beer from yet, and the other features breweries in which I need to get re-acquainted. In the former category are Zymurgy Brew Works and Pocock Brewing and in the latter are Mt. Lowe Brewing and Five Threads Brewing. Since there are so many breweries to choose from, you had better come with at least a bit of a game plan. You can drink by style or by geography or just pick the beers that have the best hop-related puns. This...

L.A. Beer & Food Festival, Kool Kief + The Rake

How the "Vietnamese Madonna" Came to Own a Bánh Mì Shop in Little Saigon | KCRW Good Food

How the "Vietnamese Madonna" Came to Own a Bánh Mì Shop in Little Saigon | KCRW Good Food


Good Food

In Orange County, California, there’s no shortage of restaurants selling bánh mì, that delicious Vietnamese sandwich featuring a crunchy baguette filled with grilled meat, pate, fresh and pickled vegetables. The OC’s Little Saigon is home to the largest Vietnamese population outside of Vietnam.  But go to the town of Westminster and you can see a pop star behind the counter, a woman known as the Vietnamese Madonna.Read More

A food tour of Little Saigon for first-time visitors

A food tour of Little Saigon for first-time visitors


Nguoi Viet Online

The rising food scene in Little Saigon in Orange County, Calif., has attracted the attention of connoisseurs and curiosity of foodies around the world. Even folks who travel to the area from Vietna…

Justin Timberlake Served (And Ate) Insects At His Album Launch

by Jess Kapadia @ Food Republic

Pop singer Justin Timberlake is a woodsman now, everyone! If the album art for his latest release, Man of the Woods (out February 2nd), didn’t tip you off immediately, the menu for yesterday’s launch party in New York City should do the trick. The AP reports that partygoers enjoyed “ants coated in black garlic and […]

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Prems Chennai Delight

Prems Chennai Delight

by Another Food Critic @ Another Food Critic

Taking advantage of both the Indian expatriate population between Cincinnati and Dayton as well as a nascent interest in good Indian food around this part of the state, Prems Chennai Delight is a traditional sit-down-style restaurant that has a relatively small menu of dishes and a modest feel. Comfortable, respectful, and with a love of recipes specifically coming from southern India, this dive is based on the tasty curries and generous spices to really stand out. Worth a try if you want to learn more about this kind of cuisine.

Finally, A Home Biogas Converter That Won’t Break The Bank

by Jess Kapadia @ Food Republic

When it comes to gas for heating your home and cooking, you’re pretty much tied to the utility company. HomeBiogas is a new home biogas converter and digester Kickstarted by 677 backers who pledged nearly half a million dollars to bring the idea of a waste-reducing independent fuel supply into fruition. What’s more, perks included donations to areas in need of steady […]

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Hello world!

by skiprestaurant @ Little Saigon

Welcome to Skip Multisite Network. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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Who’d You Rather? KFC or Lee’s Famous Recipe ? Win $20 GiftCard

by The Food Adventures Crew @ Dayton Most Metro

In a world of fried chicken, 2 chains have battled it out for decades.   They are Kentucky Fried Chicken and Lee’s Famous Recipe.  The colonel and the rooster have been going head to head for generations. But did you know these restaurants were started by related family members? Today , Food Adventures heats up the family...

New L.A. Breweries, Nitro Merlin + January Anniversaries

by Sean Inman @ Food GPS

Food GPS - Food. Drinks. People.

Someone “liberated” a “tarantula” in a “common space” in “Hermosa” while a “Dojo” searches for Dankness masters, but it all flows back to the fact that it is “Chinatown.” Yes, that was a bit of tortured prose, but references some new breweries that are planning on opening in 2018. A partial list of interest includes the following breweries. Tarantula Hill Brewing Company will be the first brewery in Thousand Oaks thanks to a 2016 change in zoning regulations. Named after the tallest point in Thousand Oaks, this possible July opener will also serve Neapolitan pizza and homemade ice cream. Common Space Brewery will be joining Hawthorne’s suddenly hot scene this fall, following L.A. Ale Works to the land of SpaceX. Liberation Brewing Company adds to the growing list of Long Beach breweries when it lands in the city’s Bixby Knolls area. The brewery is fronted by Dan Regan, former member of renowned local ska band, Reel Big Fish. Hermosa Brewing Company eschews the beach moniker and will also be serving up food alongside beer. They look to be opening earlier this year, rather than later. Modern Times will be opening their first Los Angeles location, the Dankness Dojo, at Olive...

New L.A. Breweries, Nitro Merlin + January Anniversaries

Little Saigon Adventures

by @JeetKuneBao @ Little Saigon Adventures

@JeetKuneBao wrote:

I have not had Thanh Mai’s but I will definitely try it. I really don’t know what makes a good one. I just know what I like personally.

I don’t think there is a legit Hanoi style Pho in Little Saigon. SF’s Turtle Tower and some places in SGV seem to do it right. Pho B in Huntington Beach does a Hanoi style Pho.

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The five best places for pho in Orange County's Little Saigon

The five best places for pho in Orange County's Little Saigon


Eater LA

Because pho is breakfast food in Vietnam.

Burrito San

Burrito San

by Another Food Critic @ Another Food Critic

The sushi burrito came to be a big fad a few years ago as the combination of healthy sushi and build-your-own burritos collided. In downtown Miami, where the wonderful warm weather and nearby beach ensures a healthy desire for healthy food, this kind of food thrives. Burrito San has so much polish and such a well trained staff that you would think this was a major chain, but no! It's a one-off shop and it's a convenient option for a quick and healthy meal. The food is great, but most importantly, it's fresh.

L.A. Beer Blast: The Best in Local Craft Beer

by Joshua Lurie @ Food GPS

Food GPS - Food. Drinks. People.

The L.A. Beer Blast lets Food GPS readers know what’s new at select L.A. bars and restaurants with great beer selections. You’ll also discover beer-related events in the area. Transplants Brewing Turns 2, Ceremony + Anna’s Cider Sean Inman revisits Transplants Brewing in Palmdale for their second anniversary bash and was impressed with their beers. Taste “pure lemon” in Burial Beer Co.’s Ceremonial Session IPA. Support Anna’s Cider in Upper Ojai, a casualty of the Thomas fire. Numbered establishments on the map correspond to information below. Please note: craft beers rotate frequently at these establishments, and kegs might kick between the time we update the Blast and the time you arrive. 1. Verdugo Bar (Glassell Park) Beers of the Week: 1. Trumer Pils 2. Kern River Just Outstanding IPA 3. Founder Brewing Nitro Oatmeal Stout 4. Modern Times Critical Band IPA 5. Green Cheek Fest Friends Lager 2. Tuning Fork (Studio City) Beers of the Week: 1. MacLeod Walk The Plank 2. 2 Towns Ciderhouse Ginja Ninja 3. Bell’s Two Hearted 4. Pizza Port Swami IPA 5. Stone Scorpion Bowl IPA 3. The Surly Goat (West Hollywood) Beers of the Week: 1. Novo Brazil The Mango IPA 2. Big Sky...

L.A. Beer Blast: The Best in Local Craft Beer

Top Little Saigon Restaurants - Food GPS

Top Little Saigon Restaurants - Food GPS


Food GPS

Learn about 16 Top Little Saigon restaurants in the interconnected Vietnamese-American strongholds of Garden Grove, Westminster, Fountain Valley + Santa Ana

Orange County vs. Houston: Two Vietnamese-Food Meccas In America. Two Very Different Menus. - Food Republic

Orange County vs. Houston: Two Vietnamese-Food Meccas In America. Two Very Different Menus. - Food Republic


Food Republic

Of all the places to find good Vietnamese food across the United States, two particular hotbeds stand out — Houston, Texas, and the wide swath of Orange Co

Wide Eyes Open Palms The Schmancy (Drink of the Week)

by Joshua Lurie @ Food GPS

Food GPS - Food. Drinks. People.

Seasonal comfort food and specialty coffee has become much more prominent pairing in L.A. County since SQIRL and G&B Coffee co-habitated in 2012. Chef Kat McIver and partner/barista Angie Evans execute both facets beautifully in Long Beach at Wide Eyes Open Palms, which started at the Sunday Alamitos Bay Farmers Market and now exists near 4th Street’s Retro Row. The concept is clearly derivative of SQIRL, but has developed a distinctive charm. Brunch is the star at this tiny, but airy space that includes twin wood counters, art-lined white walls, and two sidewalk tables. WEOP celebrates multiple coffee roasters, rotating between beans from West Coast companies like Four Barrel from San Francisco, Heart from Portland, and during my visit, Augie’s Coffee from Redlands. Their two-group La Marzocco espresso machine helps fuel classics, plus specialty drinks like peppermint mocha and ginger cinnamon latte. The Schmancy ($5.50) is a cold brew mocktail inspired by the Old Fashioned, a cocktail that typically includes either Bourbon or Rye whiskey, a sugar cube, Angostura bitters, one Luxardo cherry, and often an orange peel garnish. In this case, Evans favors chocolatey, fruity coffees from countries like Ethiopia and Guatemala. [This version featured Guatemalan coffee from Augie’s.]...

Wide Eyes Open Palms The Schmancy (Drink of the Week)

Little Saigon Adventures

by @JeetKuneBao @ Little Saigon Adventures

@JeetKuneBao wrote:

Yeah I have more bowls at Pho B where it was more heavy as you stated. I concluded that beef pho can be so inconsistent at times.
Also been times when it tasted more like a Saigon broth.
But man there has been a few times in which
(2 times) it was so pure!

Pho Huynh in El Monte seems to be the place in SGV for Hanoi Pho. Maybe @JThur01 or @secretasianman have tried it.

Since we are on the subject Round 3 Pho Noodle House in Rowland Heights caught my attention, you can get a beef and chicken pho with Hainan dipping sauces on the side. One Yelp review said the pho was less herbal and more beef based.

Quang Trung is solid and open late!

After Saigon style Pho I think the second most popular noodle is Hu Tieu.

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Trust Way Burger (Dose of Vitamin P)

by Joshua Lurie @ Food GPS

Food GPS - Food. Drinks. People.

Weekend brunch is a way of life in laid-back San Diego. After training for triathlons, going for their morning jog, or catching a few waves, people flood open-air restaurants to refuel (and then some). I’m not even training for anything, but was happy to carbo- and protein-load at TRUST Restaurant in an industrial, mixed-use Hillcrest building. Brad Wise runs TRUST and nearby Hundred Proof. His original restaurant features a glass and steel patio with red chairs; the dining room touts an open kitchen and diagram of pork parts, one of which tops a devastating “Trust Way” burger. Wood Grilled Burger ($14) is a beast at its core, with a juicy, well-seared patty piled with Asiago cheese, savory bacon-tomato jam, tangy pickled onions, and arugula on a soft poppy seed bun that soaks up the beef’s juices. Sure, each burger comes with skin-on French fries, but you should also bolster your burger by ordering Trust Way ($3). That means with house-cured, braised bacon and a sunny side egg that washes over the burger’s substantial, but balanced ingredients. Dose of Vitamin P spotlights my favorite pork dish from the previous week.

Trust Way Burger (Dose of Vitamin P)

Little Saigon Adventures

by @Ns1 @ Little Saigon Adventures

@Ns1 wrote:

Pho tau bay…for their banh cuon

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Little Saigon Adventures

by @secretasianman barry chin @ Little Saigon Adventures

@secretasianman wrote:

what.

ever.

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Is a Federal Junk Food Tax in Our Future?

Is a Federal Junk Food Tax in Our Future?

by Civil Eats @ Bay Area Bites

As momentum builds for local soda taxes, a new study suggests taxes on junk food could be an effective public health tool.

Our Location

by admin @ Little Saigon Restaurant | Orlando

Location We proudly use cheap jerseys only the freshest ingredients, and we continuously Los Angeles Dodgers jersey strive to improve the quality of both our food and service. Open 7 days a week: 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM Located at: 1106 E Colonial Drive Orlando, FL 32803 Click here for directions cialis daily amoxicillian amox-clav […]

Punch Up Your Steak With Homemade Korean Ssamjang

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

We know, we know. You were about to say, “Good steak doesn’t need sauce.” But you’d be missing out on an extra tasty, spicy, funky sauce if you didn’t marinate and dress your beef with homemade Korean ssamjang. Our friends at ChefSteps partnered with Portland, Oregon chef Gregory Gourdet on this recipe for sauced-up steak to […]

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Hello world!

by littlesaigon @ Vietnamese Restaurant & Bar – Little Saigon

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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Summer Bucket List:  Little Saigon Night Market

Summer Bucket List: Little Saigon Night Market


She's Cookin' | food and travel

If  you like Vietnamese food, and want a taste of authentic Vietnamese street food, then definitely add the Little Saigon Night Market to your summer bucket list! Grilled Calamari Little Saigon in …

Little Saigon Adventures

by @Ns1 @ Little Saigon Adventures

@Ns1 wrote:

Extra sauce like a boss.

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Little Saigon Adventures

by @JeetKuneBao @ Little Saigon Adventures

@JeetKuneBao wrote:

It’s probably been more than a year but I’ve had the Banh Cuon there. It was tasty!

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25 best things to eat in Little Saigon

25 best things to eat in Little Saigon


NamViet News

The scent of Little Saigon hits me in the face. An intoxicating perfume of jackfruit and bananas and the vanilla-y scent of pandanus leaves wraps itself around me in a warm, tight embrace. It’s a s…

5 QUESTIONS | Chef Thitiwat Tantragarn of Insects in the Backyard

by Abbie Fentress Swanson @ Good Food

The young chef is convinced that eating bugs is the answer to feeding the world.

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Showing Love Through Food May Be Making Our Pets Obese and Unhappy

Showing Love Through Food May Be Making Our Pets Obese and Unhappy

by NPR Food @ Bay Area Bites

Over half of the dogs and cats around the globe battle the bulge. A pet obesity specialist says a deep human-animal bond may inadvertently be causing unhealthy emotional and physical consequences.

Little Saigon

Little Saigon


Another Food Critic

One of only three Vietnamese places in Dayton, Little Saigon is the most centrally located and convenient to find. While the restaurant design could definitely use an update — or, you know, a…

Is charcoal coffee worth the hype?

by Abbie Fentress Swanson @ Good Food

Cafe owners say customers are willing to pay extra for charcoal in their coffee for its detoxifying effects and because the drinks look fabulous.

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10 Essential Little Saigon Restaurants

10 Essential Little Saigon Restaurants


OC Weekly

If you're not planning to go to the Tet Festival at the OC Fairgrounds this weekend, but still want to eat Vietnamese food, here are 10 of my essential Little Saigon eateries to try. This is the list I've given to co-workers, visiting relatives, and out-of-town friends who've asked for...

Little Saigon Adventures

by @euno @ Little Saigon Adventures

@euno wrote:

I always liked their combination pho, they’ve a pretty reliable bowl of tendon-tripe-brisket pho that I find comparable to replacement-level bowls in Little Saigon.

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Little Saigon Adventures

by @euno @ Little Saigon Adventures

@euno wrote:

Just wanted to thank you for your contributions. It must take a tremendous amount of discipline to eat through and document each of these shops. Couple questions — have you tried Thanh Mai’s banh xeo, and since you stated that banh xeo is one of your favorite dishes: What makes a good, proper banh xeo for you specifically?

Also, have you been able to find a truly great pho bac in Little Saigon? I’m feeling pretty stumped; lots of great pho nam.

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Tatang Li-em-po (Dose of Vitamin P)

by Joshua Lurie @ Food GPS

Food GPS - Food. Drinks. People.

A North Hollywood strip mall best known for Vallarta Supermarkets is now home to one of the Valley’s best Filipino restaurants: Tatang. Chef JR Martin and wife Chiho honor their cultural heritage in modern ways while tipping their caps to the past. The name Tatang translates from Tagalog to English as father. In this case, the father is JR’s late grandfather, dad to 16 children, including Martin’s mom, the family’s eldest child. From Tatang’s grill, I’d recommend ordering Li-em-po ($6.95). Thin slabs of heritage pork belly are marinated in tart calamansi juice, soy sauce, black pepper, garlic, and some water to thin out the sodium. Bellies are grilled until charred bits form, sliced into this strips that take dips in spicy vinegar, and served with cooling tomatoes. Dose of Vitamin P spotlights my favorite pork dish from the previous week.

Tatang Li-em-po (Dose of Vitamin P)

El Pub Restaurant

El Pub Restaurant

by Another Food Critic @ Another Food Critic

Little Havanna, on Eighth Avenue ("Calle Ocho," as it's more commonly termed locally) is an expansive nod to the local culture. Little parks where folks play dominos. Shops of hand-crafted goods. This neighborhood is a beloved gem in the city. Inevitably, when a gem has a reputation like that, it will sometimes see its struggles from both the onslaught of visitors and the tourist traps looking to grab some of that hype. El Pub Restaurant, I fear, suffers from a little of both.

Hiro’s Sushi Express

Hiro’s Sushi Express

by Another Food Critic @ Another Food Critic

Miami Beach draws visitors from around the world, so it's no surprise to the streets of this resort area filled with cuisine from all over, and at different levels of quality. If you've got a hankering for sushi but don't want to blow your budget, this spot is one worth consideration. It serves up sushi and other Japanese street foods and in a pretty inexpensive manner, as well. As food goes, this stuff is cheap, approachable and, really, pretty fresh. A safe choice if you're looking for some easy sushi.

Little Saigon Adventures

by @JeetKuneBao @ Little Saigon Adventures

@JeetKuneBao wrote:

Not well formed patties but the flavor is there.

Not sure which place by Garden Mall. I know across the street Pho Quang Trung does Bun Cha, actually had a Viet coworker recommend it

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Tide Pod Challenge, Movies, Super Bowl: 10 Hot Topics On Food Republic

by Tiffany @ Food Republic

Film and television award season is upon us, which got us thinking about all the movies we saw in 2017. We also got excited for the documentaries and television coming in the near future. We’re also getting on some winter travel: New York wasn’t cold enough for us so we checked out some of the […]

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Old’s Havana Cuban Bar & Cocina

Old’s Havana Cuban Bar & Cocina

by Another Food Critic @ Another Food Critic

One of many eateries along the main strip of Miami's iconic Little Havana neighborhood, Old's Havana Cuban Bar is a pretty straightforward eatery of Cuban specialties. Live music charms lunch diners and while a bit cramped, the spot does offer a wide variety of good foods. While there are a lot of dishes here that will satiate your curiosity for Cuban cuisine, some of the dishes themselves are a bit overdone. The end result in some of these dishes can be a bit of a mess. 

DineLA indecision? Enter Evan Kleiman.

by Evan Kleiman @ Good Food

Hungry people across Southern California wait all year to save money at LA's hottest eateries during DineLA. Good Food host and expert LA eater, Evan Kleiman, is here to help you decide where to snag a reservation. And don’t delay; DineLA only goes through January 26th.

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Best Sonoma Restaurants: 18 Picks from the Food Critics

Best Sonoma Restaurants: 18 Picks from the Food Critics

by Sonoma Magazine @ Bay Area Bites

The food critics at Sonoma Magazine have picked out their favorite places to eat in the county.

How Do You Stay Fit as a Food Lover?

How Do You Stay Fit as a Food Lover?

by Bay Area Bites @ Bay Area Bites

The staff of America's Test Kitchen shares some of their tips for staying healthy in a food-friendly environment.

Ironsmith Coffee Roasters Turmeric Ginger Latte (Drink of the Week)

by Joshua Lurie @ Food GPS

Food GPS - Food. Drinks. People.

I’ve recently been visiting Ironsmith Coffee Roasters in Encinitas on Sundays to enjoy delectable baked goods from Crystal White and Wayfarer Bread, but the coffee bar is worth visiting in its own right. Raul Macias and Matt Delarosa launched Ironsmith to start 2015 and they’ve managed to accomplish a lot in a small space on Coast Highway. The art-lined cafe with black steel and light wood color scheme roasts coffee beans in-house and brews using a variety of methods. They take the process seriously and consider artistry when presenting drinks, even coffee-free drinks. Turmeric Ginger Latte ($5) is a recent triumph featuring raw spices, honey, and a choice of milk. Each latte is available either hot or over ice. Order the drink hot and each latte is steamed with a little bit of coconut oil to help the flavors bind together. The kicker is a fresh-cracked black pepper shower that adds contrast and a bit more spice.

Ironsmith Coffee Roasters Turmeric Ginger Latte (Drink of the Week)

Critic’s Special: Brio dives into Risotto

Critic’s Special: Brio dives into Risotto

by Another Food Critic @ Another Food Critic

Brio has introduced happy-hour friendly specials and cocktails to drive that younger traffic but it's gone in another contemporary direction with the introduction of risotto, a dish that has enjoyed more recent popularity. Good risotto is easy to spot. So how does this one stack up? Another Food Critic was invited to give these dishes a try.

A festive drink mash-up: nib cider

by Rosalie Atkinson @ Good Food

Season's greetings to delicious & warm winter drinks. Dandelion Chocolate has a quaint and affordable recipe for incorporating cocoa nibs into your holiday plans, in a new way.

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About Us

by skiprestaurant @ Little Saigon

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LITTLE SAIGON NIGHT MARKET.

LITTLE SAIGON NIGHT MARKET.


kat's take

A few weeks ago I was invited to sample some yummy food at the Little Saigon Night Market in front of the Asian Garden Mall in Westminster, Ca.  It's open every weekend, Friday - Sunday from 7pm - 11pm until September 3rd.  Parking is free and you can either park in nearby streets or park across the

A Guide to Local Meal Kits and CSAs to Jump-Start Your Healthy Eating

A Guide to Local Meal Kits and CSAs to Jump-Start Your Healthy Eating

by Kelly O'Mara @ Bay Area Bites

CSAs and meal kits can be a good way to get healthy food delivered to your door. Try these local options.

Kitchenette Pork Posole Verde (Dose of Vitamin P)

by Joshua Lurie @ Food GPS

Food GPS - Food. Drinks. People.

Bishop-born brothers Michael Kobayashi and chef Chris Kobayashi opened Artisan in Paso Robles, setting the bar for seasonal comfort food in the then-sleepy Central Coast town. In the past decade-plus, the area’s shown a far deeper culinary commitment level. Competition has grown, but Artisan continues to thrive. The brothers moved Artisan to Paso’s main square in 2013 and extended south in 2015, opening a cafe-bakery called Kitchenette in neighboring Templeton. Kitchenette limits their menu to breakfast and lunch. From 8 a.m. to noon, the Kobayashi brothers serve great versions of American classics like ricotta pancakes and corned beef hash, plus several Mexican dishes. I enjoyed their play on pork posole verde, a hearty Mexican hominy stew. They favor a thicker broth with a moderate amount of spice and tang. They pile on juicy seared pork chunks, quarter-sized cuts of linguica, creamy avocado, crunchy cabbage, savory crumbled feta, punchy jalapeño, and clipped chives. A crispy fried soft-boiled egg is sliced in half and sports gooey a yolk that draws the eye. Not all ingredients are Mexican, but it’s clear the Kobayashi brothers are familiar with the dish, and represent it well. Dose of Vitamin P spotlights my favorite pork dish from...

Kitchenette Pork Posole Verde (Dose of Vitamin P)

Good Food’s best books of 2017

by Rosalie Atkinson @ Good Food

Looking for a thoughtful gift for the foodie in your life? Evan Kleiman and Celia Sack have narrowed down their favorite cookbooks of 2017. Spoiler: there's a lot.

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Why You Need to Attend the Little Saigon Night Market

Why You Need to Attend the Little Saigon Night Market


Spoon University

Vietnamese street food, except in a parking lot.

A Radical Farm Bill is Born

by Good Food @ Good Food

Oregon Rep. Earl Blumenauer’s 'alternative farm bill' aims to spend more tax dollars on farms that produce food, and less on those growing animal feed and fuel. This article was originally published on CivilEats.

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Little Saigon Adventures

by @attran99 @ Little Saigon Adventures

@attran99 wrote:

I love that place, @JeetKuneBao. Next time, ask if they’ll do the fried egg in your banh mi instead of the scramble. It also works well with the lemongrass beef. My husband is a fan of their bo kho/beef stew…ask for spicy…it works well when we can’t get a supply from my Mom.

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Best Vietnamese food in Little Saigon: The top 25 dishes to eat

Best Vietnamese food in Little Saigon: The top 25 dishes to eat


Orange County Register

The scent of Little Saigon hits me in the face. An intoxicating perfume of jackfruit and bananas and the vanilla-y scent of pandanus leaves wraps itself around me in a warm, tight embrace. It’s a s…

Manila Good-Ha Fast Food

by Pinoy Town Hall @ Pinoy Town Hall

8205 Woodman Ave Ste 101 Panorama City, CA 91402 Panorama City  (818) 787-1882 Mon 6:30 am – 7:00 pm Tue 6:30 am – 7:00 pm Wed 6:30 am – 7:00 pm Open now... Read more »

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How is our chocolate addiction killing the environment?

by Simran Sethi @ Good Food

Journalist Simran Sethi sits down with the 38-year-old lawyer who inspired the world’s chocolate companies to tackle forest loss.

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Little Saigon Food Market - Pinoy Town Hall

Little Saigon Food Market - Pinoy Town Hall


Pinoy Town Hall

Address: 2800 Paxton St, Harrisburg, PA 17111, USA Phone: +1 717-561-2827

Bay Area Bites’ Guide to Winter Recipe Favorites

Bay Area Bites’ Guide to Winter Recipe Favorites

by Wendy Goodfriend @ Bay Area Bites

Winter doesn't mean you can't make tasty meals. Try our seasonal favorites and comfort food classics.

Chalan on the Beach

Chalan on the Beach

by Another Food Critic @ Another Food Critic

There are many, many Hispanic eateries around Miami, most of them either hearkening to the region's strong Cuban cultural heritage, or the Caribbean destinations nearby. But on Miami Beach, a more global experience can be found. And so, Chalan on the Beach, on the main Washington Avenue stretch, focuses on Peruvian cuisine, a distinct and different kind of food that emphasizes creative uses for rice, a variety of seafood and ingredients many other nations in South America don't use as often. It's a unique tint, and it plays really well here. 

Little Saigon Adventures

by @Ns1 @ Little Saigon Adventures

@Ns1 wrote:

Ba Le is OG. Can’t comment on the 714 location but the 626 Ba Le is great.

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How to Park in Little Saigon, San Francisco - SFParkingGuide

How to Park in Little Saigon, San Francisco - SFParkingGuide


SFParkingGuide

Learn how to park in Little Saigon, including off-street lots and street parking tips.

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