Hours were updated.
Hours were updated.
We are happy to announce that we are open for dine-in as well as take-out. We are practicing and enforcing best practices for social distancing, for the safety of our staff and customers. That means, limiting occupancy (10 people or fewer per party) in our dining rooms to ensure appropriate physi...Read More
- mark sOne of the better Vietnamese dining experiences you will have within 25 mins of Los Angeles. Bún riêu was the best I have had anywhere.
- cktrang *The famous baked fish is back and it's bad-ass delicious, bar none! The spirit of authenticity by any other name is still Phong Dinh (the original purveyor of this phenomenal dish). The catfish rolls compliment the tamarind dipping sauce like yin-yang in taste. It's neither without the other. If you haven't tried it yet, this meal should be amongst the "must try before I die," of bucket list. That's to say, you're not a local of So-Cal.
- John WSau Can was another local foodie recommendation and in all my years exploring the SGV, I unfortunately never stopped by earlier! It's a super solid Vietnamese spot with great flavors and a lot of food on top of it. Note that currently during the pandemic the restaurant is takeout only (no patio area). Service was super chill and friendly with my food all ready to go the minute I got there - parking was also plentiful. Google Maps should take you here easily but in case you miss it, note that you'll have to turn into Garvey Ave. to see the restaurant. I ordered the bun bo (thit) nuong chia gia with the pork meat option, which had several items I really loved here. The dish itself was about $13+ and definitely got me super full. The pork itself was delicious and plentiful. Loved the peanuts and the seasoning - cooked super well. The eggrolls were also delicious (came with 2 - each split in half). The vermicelli noodles were also plentiful and pretty on point and yes - lots of fish ...