Co'm Vietnamese Grill Restaurant
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Co'm Vietnamese Grill Restaurant Restaurant Review: Duc and Henry Tran established both this casual Co'm and the more elegant location in Dunwoody, but then sold the latter. This edition offers a large, enticing menu of specialties, some (wild salmon rillettes) showing French influence. Start with rice paper-wrapped spring rolls, stuffed with Vietnamese herbs and any of several intriguing fillings, such as lamb. We also like the green papaya, green mango and apple salad with shredded carrots and cucumbers, all lightly dressed with fish sauce (nam pla); finish it with grilled meat if you wish for a very filling, healthy meal. The chef's special dishes include basil yellow curry chicken presenting cooked white meat with vegetables and a choice of rice or rice vermicelli (our preference). Combine salad and a main in Bun Nuong, rice vermicelli resting on salad and topped with your choice of grilled meats. Dessert is offered only at dinner, when it's complimentary and is usually a small morsel with some sort of ice cream. The wine list is more serviceable than in most Asian restaurants, and there's a Vietnamese beer. Espresso is complimentary at dinner on Saturday and Sunday, but Vietnamese iced coffee also is served.