Lulu B’s does the Vietnamese equivalent of the taco truck. Sister co-owners have brought Vietnamese flavors from the West Coast and onto the south side of town, alleviating the taste buds of patrons who are tired of driving to the north side for a decent bowl of vermicelli noodles. Lulu B’s is known mostly for its bánh mì thit – Vietnamese sandwiches served on crusty French baguettes – but also offers those succulent aforementioned noodle bowls and fresh summer rolls (with choices of meat, tofu, or avocado). In true trailer tradition, it's cash only, as well.
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