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Vietnamese Pho In Little Saigon

I LOVE VIETNAMESE PHO... There are many Viet food around the area where I am staying, Little Saigon is one of the regulars I love to go and another place is called Lollicup.. Sounds kind of cute though for Asian food... They tasted good, well, at least to me... So that is oneof the reasons why I don't miss Ipoh food that desperately... Hahahaa....
This is a Special combination... A bit of everthing, chicken, pork, prawns and beef...
I ordered the chicken with flat noodles....
Looks good and tasted great....
Springy wan ton noodles are not bad too! 
It comes with some chunks of duck meat in soup...
Something similar to Ngap Tui Mee!
This is also wanton noodles but on a dry version.....
And of course, beef noodles and tendons are a specialty too....
One can opt for porkie and inards....
And it comes with beef balls too... Oh, better dip the meat i to the hot soup ..
My goodness, Now only I saw the reddish part!
This is served separately....
Little Saigon....
Just look at the Giant Bowl....
That explains why I gained two pounds plus since I arrived!!


Comments

  1. Yeah, if you miss home flavors, those Vietnamese pho are one of the closest you can get in the US!

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  2. a nice warmbowl of noodle baru la syok. hahaha i cannot survive in US la

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  3. that chicken flat noodle looks like those in Ipoh (chicken hor fun)....
    the big bowl is for one person?

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  4. All looks so nice....but that huge bowl, for 1 person or share.

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  5. That reminds me of one place here (and outlets in Kuching) - one bowl enough for 3-4 to share!!! Like a basin!

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  6. All the bowls of noodles/soup look so good! You gained 2 pounds plus only kah? tsk..tsk...too little hee..hee...

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  7. Me got eat Vietnamese foods, but not into it...

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  8. wah, I like this!! the huge portion is already making me excited, and the pho itself also looks good, plus point is that they have so many varieties.. the mix pho and the duck wantan mee looks so so yummy!!!

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  9. If yoo hungry, can finish a big bowl.. If not too hungry, then have to share...

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  10. I never try Vietnamese pho before. Very few Vietnamese outlets here. I think the one I know is in a food court in a mall. Now you make me want to try pho.

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  11. I always loved Vietnamese food for their wraps and soupy noodles. Their food is really nice and different from other Asian cuisine.

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