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10561 Bolsa Ave. (Ward St.) Send to Phone
Compact spot on Little Saigon’s fringe featuring an eclectic array of Vietnamese cuisine.


Lunch & Dinner Wed.-Mon.
  • Parking lot
  • Dress code: Casual

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Operations may be disrupted due to COVID-19. Be sure to contact the restaurant to find out its current status and offerings.

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: Located near the border of Garden Grove and Santa Ana, this tiny venue does a good job of showcasing the complex, intriguing flavors of Little Saigon. Owner and executive chef Lee Nguyen’s menu changes with the seasons as well as the kitchen’s whim, but each dish is created with a nod to taste balance and careful preparation. Adventurous guests will want to start off with a plate of crispy, slightly spicy frogs’ legs or the snails with garlic sauce --- a selection that casually acknowledges the French influence on Vietnamese cuisine. The grilled squid and mango salad makes for a good mid-meal sharing option. Mains range from lamb with garlic noodles and lemongrass chicken with crispy rice to classics like beef satay. Don’t forget to order a Mason jar of Saigon ice tea featuring fruit.

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