The older sibling of our favorite/possibly only back-of-a-minimart pho place in town (ASAP Phorage), the Palms location of Phorage has a similar Vietnamese menu with more of an “I’d be happy to hang out here” vibe. The pho is the big attraction (the washugyu beef is the one to get), but there are also a few banh mis, vermicelli salads, and even a claypot chicken if you want to go big. This is some of our favorite Vietnamese food around.
More spots in Culver CitySee more
One of the most popular spots to write in LA, Commissary's Culver City location is same great space without the crowds.
Rocco’s in Culver City is a pretty generic sports bar with a pretty great Happy Hour.
Lodge Bread Co
Lodge Bread Co. is the best bakery in Culver City. And one of the best casual places to eat in all of Los Angeles.
More Vietnamese spotsSee more
Viet Noodle Bar
If you come to Viet Noodle Bar in Atwater Village and you don't order the tumeric fish noodle, you didn't come to Viet Noodle Bar.
Tan Cang Newport Seafood
Tan Cang Newport Seafood is a truly classic seafood restaurant in Santa Ana. You’re here for the Newport Special Lobster.
Blossom - Atwater Village
Blossom, a self-described “Vietnamese noodle shop of sorts,’” Atwater Village location is great for a cold, blustery LA day (under 70 degrees).
Suggested by our writers
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.
Song Long Restaurant
Song Long Restaurant’s unique mix of Vietnamese and French specialties make it an undisputed Westminster staple.
Filter and browse restaurants near you
Text us for personalized recommendationsLearn more