In a neighborhood with plenty of standout pho spots, Pho 45 is an institution in its own right and very much worth going to. The broth here is uniquely dark, savory, and meaty - without the immense fragrance you typically find in most pho - and that’s exactly why we like it. All their rare meats are of high quality, but if you aren’t asking for the filet mignon, you’re doing it wrong. On those arctic days when the thermometer dips below 65 degrees, you will find us here, bent over a gigantic $9 bowl of delicious pho.
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Goc Ha Noi Corner
Goc Ha Noi Corner specializes in Northen Vietnamese cuisine and has one of the best all-around menus in Garden Grove.
Thach Che Hien Khanh
Thach Che Hien Khanh is a tiny Vietnamese dessert shop in Little Saigon that will send you to straight to sweet-tooth heaven.
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Saigon’s Sandwich & Bakery
Saigon Sandwich in San Gabriel makes the best banh mi we’ve had in Los Angeles.
Porridge and Puffs
Porridge and Puffs in Historic Filipinotown has Asian-inspired rice porridge, and a quiet, welcoming feel.
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Blossom is a vastly underrated pho spot in Silver Lake with a hidden basement area ideal for enjoying your meal in silence.
Glendale Pho Co.
Glendale Pho Co. is a low-key spot to grab a quick bowl of pho in Glendale and clear your ming during lunch hour.
Pho Orchid is a casual spot in a stripmall in Alhambra, and if you can wait out the lunch rush, you’ll be rewarded with incredible kobe beef pho.
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