Phuc Yea calls itself “Viet-Cajun,” though people come here mostly for the Vietnamese dishes - specifically the banh cuon (rice rolls with shrimp and pork) and the pho, which are both big enough to share. It’s a pretty upbeat place, and the cocktails are worth ordering and tend to come with a pretty garnish you can either eat or dry off and stick in your hair. There are a few separate smaller dining rooms to sit in, which keeps things snug in a good way - whether you come with friends before a night out or with a date.
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