Vietnamese Food Flowchart: Where to Go for Pho, Banh Mi, Etc.
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You know you're hungry. You know you want Vietnamese food. But that's all you know -- you're all set with no place to go. Well, with our handy flowchart, you don't have to be paralyzed with indecision. As long as you have a general idea of the type of Vietnamese food you're craving (phở, bánh mì sandwiches, neither), just follow the arrows on the chart, and they'll point you to just the right place. It's your decision-making, processed.
Phở Huynh, 9706 Garvey Ave., South El Monte; (626) 350-6688.
Phở 2000, 215 N. Western Ave., Los Angeles, (323) 461-5845; 2897 W. Olympic Blvd., Los Angeles, (213) 480-8485; 667 S. Western Ave., Los Angeles, (213) 368-0710; 698 S. Vermont Ave. Los Angeles, (213) 381-2246.
Viet Noodle Bar, 3133 Glendale Blvd., Los Angeles; (323) 906-1575.
Phở 87, 1019 N. Broadway, Los Angeles; (323) 227-0758.
Bánh Mì Mỹ Tho, 304 W. Valley Blvd., Alhambra; (626) 289-4160.
Spice Table, 114 S. Central Ave., Los Angeles; (213) 620-1840.
Buu Dien, 642 N. Broadway, Los Angeles; (213) 617-8355.
Nem Nuong Khanh Hoa, 1700 W. Valley Blvd., Alhambra; (626) 943-7645.
Good Girl Dinette, 110 N. Avenue 56, Highland Park; (323) 257-8980.
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