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Ate at a great little Vietnamese restaurant in Westminster a couple of years ago. The name escapes me now but I would like to find this place again. Can you tell me your favorite places? This place was on a major street-- Westminster I think in a little strip mall on the south side of the street. Maybe I can find my way back there again. It was family owned and operated. I remember a young man helping to cook the items.

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  1. A couple of threads that may help jog your memory (or give you leads to a new favorite).

    http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/8780...

    http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/755930

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    1. re: Servorg

      Servorg: thanks for the links. It definitely wasn't Brodard because I remember having that place marked on a map. It was much smaller than that and family owned and operated. More hole in the wall and not upscale.

      1. re: dimsumgirl

        I hope it wasn't Xanh Bistro as it's out of business now.

        1. re: Servorg

          Any one know what Haley is up to?

    2. i miss saigon bistro

      1. his place was on a major street-- Westminster I think in a little strip mall on the south side of the street. Maybe I can find my way back there again. It was family owned and operated. I remember a young man helping to cook the items.
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        you just described 75% of the restaurants in Little Saigon.

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        1. re: ns1

          LOL kinda like looking for a hole-in-the-wall Mexican joint in East LA.

        2. Husband found it! This is a great place. If oyu have a chance to try it, go there! Thanks for all of your replies.

          Vientiane Thai Laos
          10262 Westminster Ave
          Garden Grove, CA 92843

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          1. re: dimsumgirl

            http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/6418...

            1. re: dimsumgirl

              http://manbitesworld.com/articles/33/...

              Mr Taster

            2. Any beginner's discussion of Little Saigon should begin with kingkong5's incredible primer.

              http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/3413...

              Mr Taster

              1. Vientienne is our fav resto right now. And Beer Lao seems so special when we're there.