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亞洲美食 New Asia Deli Vietnamese Restaurant Richmond is located in Continental Centre next to Pearl Castle 圓香茶坊, Dragon View Chinese Cuisine 龍景軒, etc. This little Vietnamese restaurant serves a variety of banh mi, pho noodles and rice options. Their shredded pork skin sandwich is pretty tasty and is a great lunch option .
Cambodian Phnom Penh Dry Noodles: Sometimes Phnom Penh is really too far to travel to just for dry noodles. New Asia version comes with plenty of ham, shredded pork , meat balls and shrimp.
Only pitfall, we get quite thirsty after our meal here. So best to space out your visits.
New Asia Deli Restaurant 亞洲美食
Cuisine: Vietnamese, Pho
Mon 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Tue 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Wed 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Thu 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Fri 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Sat 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Sun 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
3779 Sexsmith Rd, Richmond, BC V6X 3Z9
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We were greeted one evening by a bitter cold winter evening in Vancouver. The nearby restaurants were packed and have no tables available. It were grateful for a hot bowl of pho at Joyeaux Cafe Vancouver on Howe Street. The service here is prompt and pretty friendly. I used to come here for lunch when I worked waterfront. It was always a treat. Vancouver downtown offers an abundance of ramen restaurants, but not many pho places.
Spicy Beef Noodles Bun bo Hue: I usually like to change my noodles to pho noodles. That’st just how I prefer it. The spiciness, tart and salty lemongrass was delicious. Even for me, I didn’t need to add extra chili oil. It was spicy on its own.
Lemongrass chicken with fried egg broken rice: The chicken was brine with flavorful lemongrass and spices. Served with pickled vegetables, some shredded pork. If you are tired of the same lemongrass chicken or pork, do give the lemongrass fish at Joyeaux Cafe a try. Not many places has this. It is lightly breaded, dusted with spices then deep fried.
Joyeaux Cafe Vancouver
Cuisine: Vietnamese, Pho
Mon-Fri: 7:00am – 9:00pm
Sat-Sun: 8:00am – 8:00pm
Holidays: 8:00am – 8:00pm
551 Howe St, Vancouver, BC V6C 2C2
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I’ve been on the road for awhile now, and being away from Vancouver (Lower Mainland) makes me crave and miss Asian food A LOT. When searching for the “best pho” in Kamloops or any Pho for that matter, my GPS brought me to Donut King & Coffee. What? Pho Viet Kamloops has good pho?
Inside it looks like your typical donut shop. Donuts, pastries, and your standard Double Double. This place had something else. A magical bowl of Pho Beef noodles 7.99. The soup was hot and wasn’t too bad. Very standard. Beef balls and sliced beef. Everything was pretty fresh.
Conceptually it is strange when the smell of pho contrasts with flour and sugar. Suppose this is why no matter how hard the owners tried to introduce a sweet combo of Bánh mì (Vietnamese Subs), coffee and donut for under $5 it never worked. What’s harder about keeping it all fresh was that the typical Bánh mì ingredients were not readily available in Kamloops. Such a shame. The Vietnamese owner was very pleasant to chat with!
Pho Viet Kamloops
Cuisine: Vietnamese, Pho Noodles
Hours: early to late
Ste 1, 1200 Summit Drive, Kamloops
Kamloops, BC Canada
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House Special Beef Noodle: Loaded with your usual thinly sliced fatty beef and garnished with white and green onions and cilantro. A light flavorful broth.
Bun Bo Hué or Pho Bo Hué 順化泃粉: I prefer Pho noodles over Bun Noodles. It is easier for me to pick up with chopsticks and I prefer the texture more. So I ask for a substitute. The broth is mildly spicy with predominant lemongrass flavors. Very spicy chilli oil is added later into the beef broth. Now you may argue that one could pour in some chili oil found on the table side and it should be no different. Ah, but it is not. The yumminess of this broth can’t be tampered with. Loaded with Vietnamese ham and fatty beef slices and the full works. delicious. Now where can I find true Pho Bo Hué with actual pork hock?
Spring Rolls: Crispy spring rolls that is not too oily and has a nice filling but it was slightly mushy during my last visit.
Service and the food is prompt and if you are in a hurry you could be in and out less than 30 mins. There are parking spaces in the back and plenty along the street. Bao Chau Vietnamese has plenty of cheap eats for good value.
Bao Chau Vietnamese 寶珠
Cuisine: Vietnamese, Pho, Noodles Soup
Hours: 10:00 am – 8:00 pm
2717 E Hastings St, Vancouver, BC V5K 1Z8
No More Banh Mi (Viet Subs) | Bao Chau Vietnamese 寶珠 & Le Petit Saigon 小小西貢 , Vancouver (East Hastings / Sunshine Community)
Sad to report that Bao Chau Vietnamese 寶珠 on 2717 East Hastings Street and Le Petit Saigon 小小西貢 just a few steps away on 2783 East Hastings Street both no longer serves Banh Mi, Vietnamese Subs, Sandwiches or however you want to call it. So…