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Tuesday, 25 July 2006

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elmomonster

Hmm...well, apart from the appetizers, it doesn't sound like you loved the place...but still those flourescent, retina-blurring colors are quite dazzling...I'd like to try some here in O.C. Banh Bot Lot, gotta remember that.

jeni

That Bun Bo Hue looks disappointing. Are you sure it wasn't Ovaltine??? Sorry brah!

Kirk

Hi Elmo - Interesting stuff, and pretty good.

Hi Jeni - Ovaltine might have tasted better.... LOL!

Rachel

Well I guess people were right in saying it was a place with unique appeizers.... no ones ever talked about the mains though huh? Now you know why ;)

Some places in Sydney are packed with chinese and I can't understand why either. One of the more popular dim sum places I have found to be oily and salty. Guess its just herd instinct?

mizducky

Too bad about the Bun Bo Hue ... I've been on a real Bun Bo Hue kick recently--yes, even in the heat; somehow eating hot soup in an air-conditioned restaurant on a hot day works for me. Had a bowlful at Phuong Trang the other day that really hit the spot. Maybe when the weather cools down some, you'll be inspired to do a Bun Bo Hue survey post like you did for pho--I'd definitely be interested in your opinions. :-)

Kirk

Hi Rachel - Yes, great observation.....

Hi Mizducky - Hope all is well! Yes, I'll do a Bun Bo Hue retro before the fall, probably....

Jack

Very interesting. I've never seen or tried anything like this.

Kirk

Hi Jack - I hadn't ever tried any of this stuff either. Interesting stuff.....

Emma

Wow you have an amazing collection of restaurant bloggings! I've been on a hunt for the perfect bowl of Bun Bo Hue also so far I think Mien Trung. A place on Kearny Mesa has the best based on my opinion. Recently I was lost in El Cajon City and I found a small restaurant called Panda Rice. The Pho there was excellent however, the garnish can be on the sparse side to my liking. When I asked for more the girl was very happy to give me more and explained that most people who go there do not know how to eat Pho properly.

I enjoy reading your blogs they are always entertaining and vivid. Thank you and keep up the fantastic work!

Kirk

Hi Emma - Mien Trung is reputed to have some of the best Bun Bo Hue in San Diego. thanks again for the kind words, and please keep visiting and commenting!

howie

Gosh, I missed all sorts of stuff this weeek! Those little stuffed rice ball things are very addictive.

I haven't tried the Bun Bo Hue here, but I tried the pho, which I thought was good.

My favorite Bun Bo Hue in San Diego (so far) is at Pho Hoa -- very beefy. Sounds like I'm going to have to give Mien Trung a try.

Kirk

Hi Howie - Hope all is well. So you thought the Pho here was good?

howie

Hi, Kirk,

I thought the pho was not bad, but not amongst my favorite. If I was in the neighborhood, I'd probably go to Convoy Noodle House. I also probably like the broth at Pho T Cali better than Tu Do, but I like Tu Do's meat better.

I usually go here when I'm in the mood for one of those rice thingys. Also, Liz tried the chicken wings here and said they were tasty.

Kirk

Hi Howie - Hmmm chicken wings....sounds like something right up my alley!

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