Friday’s Little Vietnam’s Restaurant Roundup


Here is another roundup of Vietnamese restaurant reviews from around the world.

Call It Pho

Call It Pho new restaurant offers authentic Vietnamese food in Clarksville, Tennessee.

Call it Pho, Clarksville, Tennessee
Call it Pho, Clarksville, Tennessee (Source: Clarksville Now)

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Cafein (Prague)

Cafefin is a new Vietnamese cafe in Prague, Czech Republic, offering Vietnamese banh mi and Vietnamese coffee.

Cafefin, Prague, Czech Republic
Cafefin, Prague, Czech Republic (Source: Spotted by Locals)

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Bao Vietnamese Kitchen

In Baton Rouge, Louisiana, patrons yearning Vietnamese food can try Bao Vietnamese Kitchen.

Tucked into a corner of Panache Plaza on Perkins Road, Bảo boasts an upgraded interior complete with juicer behind the bar to squeeze sugar cane and orange juice fresh to order, plus roomy outdoor seating in the courtyard out front. The menu ranges from pho and banh mi to homestyle Vietnamese beef stew and wonton soup to broader East Asian entrees like fried rice. The Vietnamese beef stew, especially, is hearty, deeply savory with succulent slow-cooked beef and certainly a unique dish for a typical noodle house. For a quick lunch, it’s filling, comfy and affordable. Source: 225 Magazine.

Bao Vietnamese Kitchen, Baton Rouge, LA
Bao Vietnamese Kitchen, Baton Rouge, LA (Source: 225 magazine)

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Pho Luu

Finally the last restaurant in today’s roundup is Pho Luu. The Gazette is a review of this restaurant that offers various authentic Vietnamese dishes such as pho and cha gio (fried egg rolls).

How you pronounce “pho,” the Vietnamese noodle soup, is almost as important as how you eat it. It’s “fuh” and you really have to slurp. Source: The Gazette.

Cha Gio at Pho Luu, Colorado Springs, CO.
Cha Gio at Pho Luu, Colorado Springs, CO. (Source: The Gazette)

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