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Vietnamese BBQ Goat?

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bsquared2 May 25, 2009 09:54 PM

Went to a really fun BBQ Goat restaurant last time I was in Saigon. Was wondering if there were any places in Little Saigon. This place had zero ambiance and was a place were people liked to smoke and drink beer. We aren't talking about upscale cuisine here, just really good goat.

Does anybody know a good place to try? Maybe even a Korean BBQ that specializes in goat? I saw a Korean goat restaurant close to Park's but I have no idea if it is good or not.

Any suggestions are appreciated.

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  1. Das Ubergeek RE: bsquared2 May 25, 2009 10:00 PM

    I can't help you specifically, other than to say that:

    1. "goat meat" in Vietnamese is "thịt dê"
    2. Quan Minh Ky on Bolsa (next plaza east of Quan Hy) has various interesting grilled meats like venison, you might try there.

    1. Servorg RE: bsquared2 May 26, 2009 07:45 AM

      While this thread is old it's still worth reading (especially considering that you want to "get your own goat"...): http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/426150

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      1. re: Servorg
        Ciao Bob RE: Servorg May 26, 2009 08:59 AM

        I do not think this place is open anymore (or at least the phone doesn't work).
        For Korean Goat there is Chin Go Gae in K*town - I haven't been but am planning to try it soon.
        La Barca Jalisco in El Monte and Monte Alban in WLA are awesome for goat.

        1. re: Ciao Bob
          Servorg RE: Ciao Bob May 26, 2009 09:03 AM

          Thanks for the update, Bob. It also looks like Birrieria Jalisco in East LA is still open at least.


          Birrieria Jalisco
          1845 E 1st St, Los Angeles
          (323) 262-4552

      2. hppzz RE: bsquared2 May 26, 2009 11:36 AM

        Hi B,

        There's a de 7 mon (seven courses) place in little saigon

        Binh Dan
        10040 McFadden Ave
        Westminster, 92683
        (714)839-7050

        $16.50 pp for 7 courses of goat

        haven't been there, but heard mixed reviews. some dishes good and some ok.

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