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Apr 05

Brodard Chateau, Garden Grove, CA

    It was my mom’s birthday and there’s only one place she likes to go – Brodard Chateau. She likes the fine dining environment, cleanliness, quiet ambience, friendly (clearly trained) customer service by young waiters and waitresses, and of course, the food. We started out with two sets of appetizers of seafood egg rolls …

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Apr 04

Thien An, Bo 7 Mon Restaurant, Westminster, CA

    I’ve eaten at Thien An several times but this is my first time reviewing the restaurant. Thien An restaurant specializes in 7 Courses of Beef, and that pretty much means what the name suggests. It’s a beef-lover’s heaven, that’s what it is. 😀 Beef is served in 7 different ways – beef salad, …

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Mar 06

Pho Dakao, Anaheim, CA

    I came to Pho Da Kao because my parents have mentioned they make good chicken pho. But since I’m not that big on pho, I thought I’d deviate a little and order something a little more meaty and less carbs-y (or is it ‘carb-y’?) Bun thit nuong (bun = vermicelli, thit nuong = …

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Mar 01

Pho Lover, Fullerton, CA

    Do you know what is popping up everywhere these days, other than Starbucks on every block? Pho. That’s right, pho. Pronounced “fuh”, not “foh” or “faw” or “po”. I simply do not understand. Pho (Vietnamese rice noodle soup) is usually not my first lunch or dinner choice. Maybe I just grew up eating …

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Feb 21

Hu Tieu Thanh Xuan, Westminster, CA

    I was craving for something noodle-y soup-y and it was either egg noodle or glass noodle (hu tieu) for me, my two preferred types of noodle. They’re tastier to me than vermicelli and pho noodles. Hu Tieu Thanh Xuan came to mind because they have both. It was either this place or My …

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Feb 05

Homemade Chicken Wings, Fried Silverfish, Bun Rieu Rice Vermicelli Soup

    So you’re just sitting around at home, starving, still undecided on where to eat; then all of a sudden, your aunt texts you a bunch of pictures of yummy food dishes she has just made at her house, and her house isn’t exactly down the street from you. You soo want to jump …

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Jan 25

Saigon de Pho, Main Place, Santa Ana, CA

    I must say, it’s a huge risk to open up a swanky new pho restaurant inside and in the middle of a shopping mall – not the food court – where there isn’t a lot of traffic, sometimes even on the weekends. If my aunt hadn’t told me about Saigon de Pho, I …

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Sep 24

Loving Hut, Orange, CA

    I’ve been eating so much meat the last couple weeks so I thought a little vegan food might give me a nice healthy refreshing break. I came to Loving Hut with my vegetarian mom for a vegan lunch after our little shopping trip. She had recommended this place to me before; not sure …

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Aug 07

Com Tam Tran Quy Cap, Garden Grove, CA

    Com Tam Tran Quy Cap is a Vietnamese restaurant specializing in broken rice dishes. “Com” means rice and “tam” means broken rice grains. Com tam dishes are usually served with grilled pork, either chop or shredded, steamed egg, shredded pork skin (“bi”), along with pickled veggies, drizzled with spicy fish sauce. This picture …

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Jul 18

Pho House, Buena Park, CA

    I don’t think I’ve ever had Vietnamese pho noodle soup at a Korean-owned restaurant before. So I figured I’d give it a try to see if they can make it as good as Vietnamese pho restaurants. And my verdict? Not so much. Pho House is owned and run by Korean folks but their …

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