This restaurant is spare in decor but meticulously clean. The menu features a mix of Vietnamese noodle-house items, from appetizers to pho, bun, and rice plates, with a smattering of Chinese stir-fries thrown in for the timid or uninformed.
Most folks go for the pho or the bun, but you should give the dinners a try. The hot-and-sour soup rocks, and the lunch specials are big, cheap, and delicious.
The broth here keeps regulars happy. Otherwise, standard pho.
serves Vietnamese and Chinese cuisine and has been in business for more than 20 years. Call ahead on Saturdays, which are often booked for wedding receptions.
Serves authentic and exquisitely crafted Vietnamese noodle-house fare. Don't skip the shrimp-and-yam cakes or the cream puffs. The báhn mì rocks. Nice portions, good service, and low prices.
Many are adamant that this place, located in the shadow of Target, has the very best pho in town. Bring cash, and try the Bún Bò Hu˜e.
At this West Austin coffeehouse, the specialty dinner menu is Vietnamese and the live music is classical, jazz, and Christian.
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