Boston Vietnamese restaurants you'll love
Must-try Vietnamese restaurants in Boston
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96 Peterborough St, Boston
|Vegetarian Lemongrass Seitan Banh Mi||$11.00|
Weird name, but Seitan is vegan and wheat gluten. Most places don't do it because it's hard to get right. Well, we got it right. Subtle lemongrass favors kicks this protein up quite a few notches.
|Lemongrass Steak Banh Mi||$10.00|
Soaked in our lemongrass marinade, the steak absorbs all the savoriness and herbal flavors shining when it's grilled with honey glazed atop.
|Grilled Barbecue Pork Banh Mi||$10.00|
High heat, golden flames, and smoky tender pork shoulder to bless some bread. Mix this puppy up with some fresh pickled veggies and some Vietnamese influenced bbq sauce, you may have just found your new fav.
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Pho Hoa - Dorchester
1370 Dorchester Ave, Dorchester
|47 Chicken Noodle Soup|
Pho Ga - All noodle soups are garnished with onions, scallions and cilantro. Served alongside bean sprouts, basil, lime and jalapeno pepper.
|4 Grilled Pork Meatball Spring Rolls (2)||$6.50|
Goi Cuon Nem Nuong - Freshly wrapped spring rolls filled with a crispy crunch, grilled pork meatball, pickled carrot, daikon, mint and cucumber. Served chilled, wrapped in soft rice paper with peanut sauce.
|30 Noodle Soup w/ Eye Round Steak|
Pho Tai - All noodle soups are garnished with onions, scallions and cilantro. Served alongside bean sprouts, basil, lime and jalapeno pepper. * Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, shellfish or eggs may increase your risk of foodborne illness.
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