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Wednesday, 22 April 2015



sounds like a gem!


Que Huong is my favorite Vietnamese restaurant in San Diego, hands down! We like going there for special occasions and Jay is one of the nicest guys around.


I do like the place Kat.

Hi CC - It's really nice that Jay remembers his customers and even their tastes. He'll often recommend specials or new items we might enjoy as well. Can you believe it's been almost ten years!


Man, what the heck is going on across the street?,-117.105692,3a,75y,63.19h,62.02t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1sI5BnwP3VMoWusE-lzO--ag!2e0!6m1!1e1


I have heard that they serve wild boar, snails, crocodile, etc. Ever try those offerings?

Have you ever tried the Ca Kho To?

What other dishes would you recommend?


Funny that you posted this as I just went here a couple of weeks ago after many years. All I ordered were the chicken wings and was more than happy with my singular order!


That's crazy Jan!

I did like the snails at Que Huong when they have them - Ốc len xào dừa

In that post is the wild boar salad. Most of the other "exotic" stuff I just leave alone because I don't think they go through enough of it.

Hey Jack - I know.....I get an itch for those wings every now and then.


I've tried the crocodile. It was in a coconut curry broth that was the same as the fish with the snails. The crocodile looked like chunky pork pieces but tasted fishy. Wasn't a fan.


Hi CC - I've had relatively fresh alligator and croc and it's pretty good. I noticed as the reptile meat gets older it tends to get sour and fishy. So unless I know it's fresh it's no bueno for me.

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