Le Croissant Doré is a French/Vietnamese bakery right on Bolsa, and while you can come here to pick up their excellent fruit tarts and chocolate croissants, the move is to take a seat and order a plate of bo kho. You can find this traditional Vietnamese beef stew at many places around Little Saigon, but this is our favorite. The broth is dark, meaty, and slightly cinnamon-y, and the beef itself essentially melts in your mouth. But perhaps the best part is ripping off bits of the crunchy, house-made baguette and sopping up all the extra broth.
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Lynda Sandwich is a fantastic banh mi spot in Little Saigon with cheap sandwiches and whimsical decor.
Quán Hy Restaurant
Quan Hy in Westminster has everything - a Central Vietnamese menu, tremendous steamed rice cakes, and a pond of koi by the dining room.
Garlic & Chives
Garlic & Chives in Westminster is serving the kind of modern Vietnamese food that you can’t find anywhere else in the neighborhood.
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My Dung Sandwich Shop
My Dung Sandwich Shop is where you go for delicious and affordable banh mi in Chinatown.
Thành My Restaurant
Thanh My is a Westminster institution with a large (and very good) Vietnamese menu.
Da Lat Rose
Da Lat Rose is a Vietnamese tasting-menu experience above the legendary Crustacean in Beverly Hills.
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