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Banh Hoi - Vietnamese thin noodles in LA?

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EKIMS Jul 9, 2007 11:01 AM

Does anyone know where to get Banh Hoi in Los Angeles? Had it at a friends house one day and been hooked ever since...

  1. eatdrinknbmerry Jul 9, 2007 01:29 PM

    You might able to get some at Tay Ho Banh Cuon on Valley Blvd. They sell banh cuon sheets for sure.

    Tay Ho Banh Cuon
    1039 E Valley Blvd Ste B103
    San Gabriel, CA, 91776
    (626) 280-5207

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      Me so hungry Jul 9, 2007 06:41 PM

      Pho 79 in Alhambra and Downtown LA definitely has Banh Hoi Thit Nuong with all the fresh herbs and greens. You can also get it with the charboiled pork paste or shrimp paste wrapped over sugar cane. Hmmmm, my favorite!

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      1. re: Me so hungry
        WildSwede Jul 11, 2007 09:38 AM

        I just had it at Pho 79 in Alhambra (with the lemongrass beef) and it was SO good!! Even the next day!

      2. k
        karynx78 Jul 9, 2007 08:27 PM

        Golden Deli in San Gabriel on Las Tunas has great Banh Hoi. It's usually really fresh and the best consistency. I like it better than the usualy bun. It tends to have more flavor.

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        1. re: karynx78
          eatdrinknbmerry Jul 9, 2007 08:36 PM

          sorry, i wasn't sure if you meant banh hoi to purchase vs. eating it at a restaurant. all of the listed places have banh hoi.

        2. hch_nguyen Jul 9, 2007 08:59 PM

          Most Vietnamese restaurants will have banh hoi even if it's not on the menu. Especially any of the restaurants that sell the traditional Vietnamese tossed noodle (vermicelli) dishes. It's like an Italian restaurant that will have different types of pastas available for your selection.

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