Vietnamese restaurant as good/better than Slanted Door?
- SteveTimko Feb 8, 2008 12:19 PM
There was one thread where several Chowhounds seemed to feel there was another Vietnamese restaurant as good or better than Slanted Door with food at about half the price. I can't find it now. Does anyone remember the name? Do they allow you to bring in wine?
I prefer Tamarine in Palo Alto and La Vie in SF to Slanted Door... Tamarine probably costs the same as SD. La Vie is less expensive, but it's also fairly modest inside - not a dive, but not upscale.
Other upscale Vietnamese restaurants people named were Ana Mandara and Bong Su (I haven't been to either).
I prefer Bodega Bistro to Slanted Door. Slanted Door uses some higher-quality ingredients, and has a more exciting wine list, but I think Bodega Bistro's cooking is just as good, and I prefer everything else about the place. At last report corkage was $9.
Maybe Bong Su, but food is not half the price. Its a similar upscale Vietnamese place.
311 3rd St, San Francisco, CA 94107