Anaheim is located just up the road from Westminster’s tremendous Little Saigon neighborhood, home to some of the best Vietnamesse restaurants in the country. And while we certainly endorse a separate trip to Westminster when you’re in town, you don’t have to go far in Anaheim to get good Vietnamese food, either. Case in point - Thuyen Vien. The casual, vegetarian spot serves meatless versions of classic Vietnamese dishes like bo luc lac (shaking beef), cha gio (fried spring rolls), and giant bowls of fragrant pho - and everything is excellent. That said, it’s the spicy, lemongrass-filled bun bo hue that remains our favorite thing on the menu, and exactly what you need to be eating when the thermometer falls to a brisk 65 degrees.
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