Best thing I ate: A big comforting bowl of Vietnamese noodles

Critic Brad A. Johnson says the new mi kho at Hue Oi in Fountain Valley is a hit, and perfect for takeout.
Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • August 19, 2020
Step into almost any restaurant in Little Saigon, and you can order a big bowl of rice vermicelli noodles, or bun, topped with herbs, fried eggrolls and grilled shrimp or meat or everything but the kitchen sink, really, all meant to be splashed...
The full article can be read on the Orange County Register website.

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