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Old 01-13-2011, 10:49 PM   #601
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i like to eat the lemon grass chicken rice at pho van...man am i craving for some right now
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anyone care to share a recipe for spring rolls or where i can buy bags of frozen ones?
i make the bombest springrolls and dipping sauce

its my speciality

but i can't share my recipe

im sure one of the viet deli shops on kingsway has frozen ones i can't remember the name right now
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Old 01-15-2011, 06:45 PM   #603
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i make the bombest springrolls and dipping sauce

its my speciality

but i can't share my recipe

im sure one of the viet deli shops on kingsway has frozen ones i can't remember the name right now
Dude wtf next time I'm coming over imma expect some springrolls homie
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Old 01-16-2011, 02:47 AM   #605
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hit up pho hong today and had beef rolls.

kinda reminded me when i got this in nam



i'd say it was pretty good. Their house speciality apparently is the bun bo hue. No bad.
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Old 01-23-2011, 01:04 AM   #606
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Went to Pho Thai Hoa again on Capstan Way (in the same mall as Richmond Sushi). Haven't been there for a over a year and their broth is still awesome. I would come here if looking for Pho in Richmond.
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Old 01-24-2011, 12:49 PM   #607
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Can't remember the name of the pho but it is menu item #18 at Pho Hoa.
It's just basically pho and chicken meat. Is someone able to recommend another place other than Pho Hoa that has this type of pho? I've ate some chicken pho but it was just lemongrass chicken placed into the pho. Prefer the clean cooked/boiled style. Thanks
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Old 01-24-2011, 03:28 PM   #608
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^ Pho Ga?

Uh on 33rd and victoria is a really traditional vietnamese restaurant who gives a fair amount of chicken compare to their house special lol, theres also one on kingsway and gladstone, first restarurant right beside canadian tire, and kingsway and sidney, both superb in pho ga and other specialties.
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I'm really digging Kim Phung on the 43rd & Victoria area
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^ Pho Ga?

Uh on 33rd and victoria is a really traditional vietnamese restaurant who gives a fair amount of chicken compare to their house special lol, theres also one on kingsway and gladstone, first restarurant right beside canadian tire, and kingsway and sidney, both superb in pho ga and other specialties.
Lam Hoa Quan on victoria between 34/35
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I'm really digging Kim Phung on the 43rd & Victoria area
this is my favorite spot for pho when im in the area
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Question for you Vietnamese folks:

I noticed that Kim Phung and places like Pho Quyen serves a darker soup as opposed to most places which use a clear broth. Does the soup/broth indicate a regional style of Vietnamese cooking or is it simply how they cook?
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regional style. North = darker, south = lighter.
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this is my favorite spot for pho when im in the area
friend took me there a year ago... didn't regret it.
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anyone have any idea on carb content of a bowl of pho? i would asume the majority is in the noodles

any low-carb viet dishes come to mind? lol i dont think low-carb and viet go hand in hand with much
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^ salad rolls without the sauce

maybe even without the shrimp and meat
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Don't the salad rolls have vermicelli noodles?
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When I was on my no carb diet I always went viet places and ordered their chicken and rice dishes, but sub the rice for more veggies. Really tasty.

Made that first bowl of pho taste so much better after a month
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Hmm what's the sauce that Pho Vinh gives out with their pho?
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Took the advice at tried out Kim Phuong and was not disappointed at all. Their broth was amazing, so tasty but not in a msg way, their noodles were al dente and not mush, their meats were thinly sliced but well proportioned.

Only downside was that the place was a bit messy, had lettuce in the front door and floors, don't know if it's a ritual or something(saw 2 piles of salt in front of Kimura Im guessing for new years).

It's more on Victoria and 42nd if you're looking, will go back for sure, darn near drank their broth lol
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tried out Pho Tam yesterday, did not disapoint, awsome spring rolls and gotta love their combos of Pho + Spring roll or Salad roll
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Can anyone would like to make the list of good pho restaurants in vancouver only?
In the meantime I'm gonna try kim phung
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Can anyone would like to make the list of good pho restaurants in vancouver only?
In the meantime I'm gonna try kim phung
Try out Hai Phong on Kingsway, just a couple of blocks west of Knight St.
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^ try their malaysian fried rice if they still have it ( might be off menu ) shits killllllller

also try the pho satay from pho tan on main street, it has a unique coconut milk soup broth

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