If more restaurants were priced like Kevin’s Noodle House, then we could finally afford to buy the Vitamix that’s been in our Amazon cart for two years. You can come here, get more Vietnamese food than you and your friends could ever consume, and walk out spending around $30 per person. We especially like any of the pho options and the grilled pork chops. The only downside is that if you’re anyone short of Paul McCartney, whoever is helping you is probably going to treat you like you’re the largest inconvenience in their life.
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The Game Parlour
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The Slanted Door
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Out The Door
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House of Pancakes
House of Pancakes makes some of the best Chinese food in the whole Sunset. Order as many of the beef and lamb pancakes as you can.
Kingdom of Dumpling
Kingdom Of Dumpling is a Chinese spot in the Sunset that makes great dumplings and is perfect for a laid-back brunch.
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