Rec's for Vietnamese Food-Not West Bank?
Viet places are popping up like weeds all over the metro area. Uptown, you can choose from Jazmine Cafe (so-so), Pho Bistreaux (okay, decent pho), Ba Chi Canteen (mostly viet with some twists like kimchi fries), Magasin (a pho shop for those unfamiliar w/Viet cuisine, IMHO), Lily's Cafe (inexpensive, neighborhoody spot), and Pho Noi.
In mid-city, Doson's Noodle House has been around for years, and soon to open is Namese (read more here: http://nola.eater.com/archives/2013/1...)
Out in JP, you can visit a branch of Pho Bang on Vets, Pho Sunrise a bit farther out on Vets in Kenner, or Than Truc Bistro also in Kenner. Pho NOLA or Pho Orchid are in Metairie closer to Clearview, and Harahan has Kim Anh.
Of course, the motherlode of EastBank viet is out in the east.
Each place has its partisans. My favorites remain Pho Tau Bay for pho and Tan Dinh for non-pho stuff (like goat curry, lemongrass chicken wings, and the specials written on the board by the entrance). But both are on the WBank.