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Directions: On the northwest corner of Cua Bac and Nguyen Truong To.Phone: 043 7150269
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This place is always packed of an evening, and often during lunch time too. The have a couple of massive woks and some very hot and sweaty looking cooks slaving over them frying up dish after dish of fried noodles (my & pho) and fried rice, mostly with beef and green veg. The do a Bun Bo dish too (Bun Bo Chua Ngot - uncooked bun noodles with sauteed beef, salad and crispy onions). They also seem to be very popular for deep fried birds served with chips (this I've not tried yet but am definitely curious). They have Pho soup too, but I wouldn't bother with it - it's clearly not their specialty.
It's mostly a sidewalk affair, although there are a few bigger tables and chairs inside. It can get pretty busy around dinner time and again a bit later on when people are on their way home from an evening drinking. Bun Bo Chua Ngot will set you back 25k, Pho Xao 30k - most dishes are in this range. If you're looking for a quick, tasty, cheap, and filling snack in this area then this is it. Yes, it's a little on the greasy side, but sometimes that's what does the trick.
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