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Wednesday, 29 July 2015





It looks like a bowl of hot water with some noodles in it.


I just posted about Tim Ky and mentioned how you enjoyed the wonton noodles some months ago. The version I had was quite weak so thought perhaps it was an off day for the restaurant.


Dunno what's going on with these places Kat!

That might have tasted better Jason.

Hi Faye - So I hopped on over and checked out your post.

Lynn @ Oh-SoYummy

when i reviewed this place in march, tim told us they were planning to remove of the vietnamese dishes because they didn't sell well... too bad the broth quality seemed to go with it for this visit!

what's another good option for Bun Suong? (i had to look that up btw). i need more 'experience' in this noodle category!


I still can't get over my tilapiaphobia too.


Hi Lynn - That's too bad; since I thought the Bun Suong was the best item on the menu. I really haven't seen it here in SD, but have seen it in Little Saigon....I almost consider it a version of Bun Rieu.

That's funny Kyle.....we got why not Tilapiphobia....kind of scares me ore than Sharknado!

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