Quan Hy looks like an upscale restaurant - you take a tiny wooden bridge over a koi pond to enter the dining room - but it’s actually quite casual. And the rowdy groups of friends eating their way through Quan Hy’s central Vietnamese menu will tell you that. Whether it’s mi quang (yellow noodle soup with shrimp and jellyfish) or bun mit (rice vermicelli with jackfruit), the food here is across-the-board good, and that means you should definitely show up with numbers. But if you leave without getting an order of their tremendous banh beo (steamed rice cakes with shredded shrimp on top), don’t bother telling anyone you even came.
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