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1. East Borough9810 W Washington Blvd, Culver City
2. Blossom Vietnamese426 S Main St, Los Angeles
3. Gingergrass2396 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles
4. Phorage3300 Overland Ave , Los Angeles
5. Viet Noodle Bar3133 1/2 Glendale Blvd, Los Angeles
6. Red Medicine8400 Wilshire Blvd, Beverly Hills
7. 9021Pho490 N Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills
8. Xoia1801 W Sunset, Los Angeles
This Vietnamese pho house is bringing the heat with delicious banh mis and grilled pork.
Blossom's doing Vietnamese the right way -- with tangy sweet and spicy punches to great pho, juicy lemongrass steaks, and house-made libations.
This Silver Lake Vietnamese joint is serving up seriously delicious pho, as well as noodles and the like.
Their pho is slurpifiably delicious, as are the spring rolls, noodles, and trendy atmosphere.
This noodle bar has got some of the best pho in the city -- seriously, trust us.
Finally opening today in the old Hokusai spot after literally months of teasing, RM's a cavernous, mainly Viet-influenced Asian-staurant featuring reclaimed, barn wood and exposed concrete walls, an eight seat stained-wood bar and cushy window banquettes, run by two Michael Mina vets and the Umami guy -- a man everyone wants to meat.
From the former chef of Michela comes this nook-like, modern casual soupery dedicated almost entirely to brothy Vietnamese deliciousness, with variations including Pho Ca (sliced tuna, onion, bean sprout, basil, and chili w/ chicken stock).
Xoia's a cozy, Vietnamesery from a guy who trained as a visual artist, only to realize he was much better as a chef when he cooked for his fellow artists on a retreat, and they dug the food much more than his work; perversely, he's decorated the restaurant with his abstract art, because who needs gallery space, when you've got galley space?