Dining: Vietnamese

Com Dunwoody Vietnamese Grill

Com explores Vietnamese with things like pho, ahi tuna salad, and creamy coconut soup and then goes into DIY territory with customizabl

Dua Vietnamese Noodle Soup

Owners Mylinh Cao and her mother, Tham Mai, strive to bring a taste of Vietnam to downtown, and standard Vietnamese dishes -- such as p

Le Fat

Le Fat is a Vietnamese restaurant full of French flair and miles away (literally and figuratively) from Buford Highway's restaurant row

Nam Phuong - Norcross

Vietnamese food is so much more than spring rolls and noodle soup, and Nam Phuoug offers a delicious education for those wanting to del

Nam Phuong - Buford Hwy.

Vietnamese food is so much more than spring rolls and noodle soup, and Nam Phuoug offers a delicious education for those wanting to del

Octopus Bar

When it comes to late-night dining, no one in Atlanta does it better than chefs Angus Brown and Nhan Le at Octopus Bar. Period. The eve

Pho Dai Loi #2

There's little more satisfying than a big bowl of pho, and Pho Dai Loi makes the best. The broth is clear with no sediment or heavy ani

Quoc Huong

The best banh mi in Atlanta. Vietnam's most recognizable sandwich is old-school fusion: a French demi-baguette stuffed with pickled dai

So Ba

Most of the dishes at So Ba have an almost perfumed redolence. So Ba's food is mainly good, and complaints about authenticity are surpr

Viet Tofu

Viet Tofu has a hot bar (great way to try new food), prepared foods, and a deli for banh mi sandwiches and bubble tea. It's takeout onl

We Suki Suki

In East Atlanta Village, there's a little window that shouts, "Buford Hwy EAV." The shop goes by the name We Suki Suki ("we like like")