Trieu Chau vs. New Trieu Chau?

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • April 15, 2010
When it comes to cross-town food rivalries, OC isn’t anywhere near as rough-and-tumble as Philly or New York City. It seems even nearly identical names and similar menus aren’t enough to create animosity: If there is a feud between Trieu Chau and...
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