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The garlic noodles and grilled pork at Jasmine Garden

Jasmine Garden

Vietnamese

Duboce Triangle

$$$$Perfect For:Casual Weeknight Dinner

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Duboce Triangle is a neighborhood filled with reliable weeknight dinner spots—you know, the ones you can roll up to in your rattiest sweats, spend less than $20, and still leave with leftovers. Jasmine Garden is one of them. The lowkey Vietnamese spot is here for you when a Monday night craving for noodles hits, or after a particularly passionate trivia night results in you being hungover for the next 24 hours. The buttery garlic noodles with barbecue pork are a consistent highlight, as is the phở heaped with onions and fresh herbs.  

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