Nha Trang Center is a Vietnamese restaurant in Chinatown with a long menu of things like bun, various things over rice, lots of seafood, and over 10 kinds of pho. We especially like the chicken pho, and that’s typically what we get when we eat here. With its big windows and high ceilings, this is a perfectly nice spot to get a quick, casual dinner in Chinatown, and it’s great for lunch as well. It’s from the same people behind Nha Trang One (just a few blocks away), and it serves the same menu, but it’s better for big groups.
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