If you’re with a group and you only have time for one meal in Little Saigon, go to Thien An. This iconic spot on Bolsa Ave. (the original, in Garden Grove, opened in 1989) serves one of the most memorable meals in the neighborhood - the Bo 7 Mon. It’s a seven-course dinner featuring beef served seven different ways: boiled, griddled, steamed, minced, sausage-d, salad-ed, and, uh, soup-ed. Each course comes out separately, giving you a chance to compare, contrast, and fight over which is the best. Note: When the food is this incredible, there will never be a consensus. If you want to break up the meat parade a bit, throw in their excellent baked catfish as well.
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Thach Che Hien Khanh
Thach Che Hien Khanh is a tiny Vietnamese dessert shop in Little Saigon that will send you to straight to sweet-tooth heaven.
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Trieu Chau is a very popular Vietnamese/Cambodian restaurant in Westminster that serves an exceptional House Special Noodle.
Blossom’s Chinatown location is a great option for Vietnamese food, serving one of favorite bowls of phở tái (rare steak).
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ASAP Phorage might be hidden in a convenience store, but it deserves to be front and center.
This modern, welcoming Vietnamese cafe fills a long-vacant void along La Brea’s revitalized main corridor.
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