Legendary Vietnamese Restaurant Brodard Moves to Fountain Valley

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • March 7, 2018
Nem nuong cuon 4life. Photo by Edwin Goei In the ebb and flow of Little Saigon, Brodard was the Rock of Gibraltar. Since Diane Dang and her daughters opened this restaurant in 1996 at the Mall of Fortune—behind a 99-Cent-Only store in an alleyway...
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