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Vietnamese Egg Rolls (To Go) in Westminster Area?

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Anyone know where I can find Vietnamese egg rolls (to go) in the Westminster area for holiday parties? Thanks!

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  1. Vien Dong, on Brookhurst and 13th.

    1. The best egg roll I've ever eaten is from Minh Chau Bui. You can order it from her. There are lots of meat in her egg roll. I have to warn you. It's a little pricey, but so worth it. Her number is 714-839-9462.

      1. Don't know if you are still looking for a place. A great place is in Westminster on Westminster and Euclid call Pho to go. a tray of 50 eggroll is only $20 you can order ahead or order when you are there. It only took them 15 min to make and the eggrolls are really good!

        1. I'm going to piggyback on this thread for a similar question. A few years ago, I went to a get together and someone brought these Vietnamese eggrolls that were a little different. Basically it was a regular cha gio with a whole shrimp in the middle. I tried getting some at a to-go type place in Little Saigon, but I didn't know what they were called and what I ended up with were shrimps wrapped in cha gio skin and deep fried. What I want also has the regular cha giao filling and then the whole shrimp in the middle and the tail sticking out of one end.

          Does anyone know what these are called and where I can get some to-go in Little Saigon?

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          1. re: huaqiao

            The whole shrimp and pork egg rolls....I think they are called cha gio hoa tien. Huong giang, in my link below carries them for $35.00 for 100.

            HP
            http://ravenouscouple.blogspot.com

          2. My favorite place is Huong Giang on brookhurst. they have two locations, in westminster and garden grove. The egg rolls are great there and they have lots of other savories
            such as banh beo.

            http://www.huonggiangfoodtogo.com/ind...

            website is mainly in vietnamese and lists the prices, however at the stores, you can see them make the food and order what you want.

            HP
            http://ravenouscouple.blogspot.com