Chinatown’s Baxter Street is lined with Vietnamese restaurants. How do you choose one? Let us do it for you. If you want pho, head to Nha Trang One. Theirs is our favorite on the block. The beef is always good, but we’re particular fans of their chicken-based pho ga. If you’re ever on jury duty and want to take yourself to a thoroughly satisfying lunch for less than $10, this is where you do it.
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