This modern restaurant specializes in banh xeo, which are giant savory crepes made from turmeric-spiced rice batter and filled with everything from shrimp to pork to crispy mushrooms. While Quan Mii is the best version we’ve eaten in Little Saigon, the real fun comes when it all arrives at the table. After cutting the crepe into tiny pieces and spinning the tableside crispy rice paper in water until it’s soft and stretchy, you essentially create a build-your-own spring roll station right at your seat. Using the banh xeo as your filling, add in herbs and mint for fragrance and wrap it up tightly in the rice paper. If it’s your first time, it’ll take you a few tries to get the hang of it, but when the crepes are this big, you’ll get all the chances you need.
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