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Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine
501 LINCOLNWAY, LaPorte, IN 46350
Hours: Tues-Sat 11am--9pm
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Simple, Fresh, and Flavorful - Appetizers that rock!
Made to order. These delightful rolls are a dish traditionally consisting of pork, shrimp, lettuce, mint leaves, and rice vermicelli noodles wrapped in Vietnamese bánh tráng (rice paper). Vegan + Vegetarian Option Available per request. 2 full rolls per order.
Deliciously made filling that consists off ground pork, glass noodles, taro, wrapped in wonton paper and deep-fried to perfection - generational recipe makes these unforgettable in flavor! 2 Rolls Per Order.
A favorite classic, this green papaya salad is a salad made from shredded papaya, carrots, pork, shrimp, and topped with roasted garlic, shallots, with a dash of cilantro. Served with our light house sauce separately. Spicy optional.
Another favorite, this green papaya salad is a salad made from shredded papaya, carrots, thin sliced premium beef jerky, and topped with roasted garlic, shallots, with a dash of cilantro. Served with our light house sauce separately. Spicy optional.
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Phở (pronounced - 'Fuh') is the most notable Vietnamese soup dish consisting of broth, rice noodles, herbs, and meat. Pho is considered Vietnam's national dish. ho is a Vietnamese soup consisting of bone broth, rice noodles, and thinly sliced meat (usually beef); It is also served with bean sprouts, fresh herbs, limes, chiles, and other garnishes (vegetable garnishes noted are based on seasonal availability). Vegan/Vegetarian Options Available by request.
Bánh Mì (pronounced BUN-mee) is the Vietnamese term for “bread”, but it also refers to a special kind of sandwich: a culinary fusion of the French and Vietnamese. 6-8" Size Available in Vegetarian Option as well. BREAD: airy, crispy French-styled baguette PROTEIN: Vietnamese ham, steamed pork roll or other meats VEGETABLES: sliced cucumber, pickled carrot & daikon HERBS & SPICES: crisp cilantro, fresh chilis and/or jalapeño CONDIMENTS: pâté, butter, mayonnaise or soy sauce
Thịt nướng (pronounced - 'Tid Nung') which literally means baked or barbecued meat and in this case it’s traditionally barbecued/grilled, and the protein comes in several delicious options such as: Pork, Chicken, Beef, Shrimp, and Tofu! Bún (pronounced like boon) means noodles. Well there you have it... Vietnamese 101 ;-) The dish is dressed in home made fish sauce and is topped with lettuce, roasted peanuts, and Vietnamese pickled carrots.
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