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Hu Tieu Thanh Xuan, Westminster, CA » wandering tummie



Feb 21

Hu Tieu Thanh Xuan, Westminster, CA



Hu Tieu Thanh Xuan Westminster CA, glass noodle, glass noodle soup, meat, quail egg, pork, noodle, soup, chicken broth, shrimp, green onions, clear noodle, vietnamese noodle soup, vietnamese food, vietnamese restaurant

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 Vi Mi Gia, but I’m turned off by the “dirtiness” of that place even though they have great noodle.

Anyway, Hu Tieu Thanh Xuan has been around for quite some time, tucked in a small shopping plaza across from Phuoc Loc Tho Asian Garden Mall. I can’t remember the last time I ate there. I’m sure they have a different owner now so I hesitated about the food. I ordered special glass noodle to go since I was running around doing errands. They have Small, Medium, and Large sizes, which is rare. My to-go box had the hu tieu (glass noodle) with green onions and tiny pieces of shrimp on top, slices of pork belly, shrimp, one quail egg, jalapeno, and blue garlic. The broth was in a separate container. As expected, my noodle soup was not spectacular. I could’ve used a little more pork slices, too, and maybe more quail eggs instead of just ONE. And I didn’t understand the blue pieces of garlic. How did they make them blue? Overall, it satisfied my craving, yes, but it didn’t blow me away.

Hu Tieu Thanh Xuan
9191 Bolsa Ave.
Westminster, CA 92683
(714) 890-0223


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