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Pho Dai Loi #2

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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 anise flavor, and the noodles never stick together. Other items such as the spring rolls and the bun (a large bowl of cold rice noodles topped with meat and/or seafood, herbs, lettuce, and nuoc cham sauce) are consistently delicious alternatives.
Nam Phuong - Buford Hwy.

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Vietnamese food is so much more than spring rolls and noodle soup, and Nam Phuoug offers a delicious education for those wanting to delve deeper into this beguiling cuisine. Its pho is some of the metro area's best.
So Ba

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Most of the dishes at So Ba have an almost perfumed redolence. So Ba's food is mainly good, and complaints about authenticity are surprising. It's true that So Ba's menu is limited to favorites like pho and broken jasmine rice (com) and noodles (bún) topped with various meats and herbs.
Chateau de Saigon

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This Vietnamese/Chinese chateau cooks in both styles and does so with ease. The service is charming and the space is comfortably furnished, with a diverse menu featuring delightful meat and seafood dishes, Chinese noodle bowls, as well as classic Vietnamese bun plates.
Quoc Huong

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The best banh mi in Atlanta. Vietnam's most recognizable sandwich is old-school fusion: a French demi-baguette stuffed with pickled daikon and carrots, cilantro, and, in our favorite case, some barbecue pork. Quoc Huong's crusty bread rivals that of any bakery in the city, and banh mi devotees flock here where they're jonesin' for a sandwich. Also has bubble tea.

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When it comes to Vietnamese food, most fans will tell you that both locations of Pho Dai Loi are the place to go no matter what you're craving. The massive menu includes a long list of bun choices (such as lemongrass chicken and finely sliced pork skin) and provides enough variety no matter how adventurous you are.
We Suki Suki

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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"), and the proprietor, a woman named Q, packs enough energy and drive to fuel all of EAV. The premise is simple — banh mi and bubble tea worthy of Buford Highway, but with the unmistakable vibe of a vibrant intown community full of individualism. Q makes her own tapioca bubbles for the Vietnamese iced coffee "boba" or bubble tea, and features handcrafted organic tofu to boot. This crowded little take-out shop seemingly shakes with a chaotic confluence of ideas and dreams — bubble tea, banh mi, and soy simply acting as the physical manifestation of Q's desire to build something meaningful in the midst of her community.

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With seven locations in Georgia, Saigon Cafe serves Thai, Chinese, Malaysian, and Vietnamese cuisine.
Com Dunwoody Vietnamese Grill

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

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Guests prepare their meals table-side, simmering meats and vegetables in a hot chicken broth.
Spice Market

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Uptown take on Asian street food. Served in an open, alluring dining space, inside the W hotel.

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Classic pho house with many options.

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Dua Vietnamese Noodle Soup

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Owners Mylinh Cao and her mother, Tham Mai, strive to bring a taste of Vietnam to downtown, and standard Vietnamese dishes -- such as pho and com -- abound. The bun dishes provide a refreshing spin on the average lunchtime salad -- chilled rice vermicelli noodles are loaded with your choice of meat or tofu, shallots, ground peanuts, crunchy shreds of lettuce, fresh herbs and a hacked-up fried spring roll. Sister restaurant Dua II Go next door offers fast takeout and delivery.

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A create your own stir fry joint, Dragon Bowl offers guests a nigh on infinite number of lunch and dinner combinations, ranging from Thai to Korean to Vietnamese themed dishes.
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