Food26 Decor13 Service18 Cost$30
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A "loyal following" sings the praises of this "ultimate hidden gem" "tucked away" in a Little...
Hy-Vong Restaurant Review:
Hy-Vong is located in a dimly lit storefront and with a dozen tables, expect a wait in what feels like an intimate living room dinner party (no reservations and cash only are the policies here). When you snag a seat, order banh cuon (pork rolled in translucent rice sheets) or cha gio (deep-fried rice paper-wrapped egg rolls stuffed with cellophane noodles, pork and mushrooms). Service is slow...
Always teeming with locals looking for something other than Spanish food in these environs (which isn't easy), Hy-Vong has had a steady stream of traffic flowing through its tiny dining room for as long as anyone can remember, despite…
Tiny Vietnamese eatery is a popular stop for adventurous and patient diners.:
Co-owners Pung Nguyen and Kathy Manning create Vietnamese delicacies from a six-burner stove that barely fits in the restaurant's cramped kitchen. The wait for a table can be...