Grandpa’s Kitchen—Dry Noodles 168 Serves a Soupless Version of Pho

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • June 28, 2018
Photo by @ocwmktgdirector Grandpa’s Kitchen—Dry Noodles 168 has a dish I’ve neither seen nor tasted before in Little Saigon. On the menu, it’s called “Grandpa’s Dry Noodles,” but the Vietnamese translation, pho khô, reveals what it really is: the...
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