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No.101 Bánh Bèo
Rice Coin with Shrimp Flakes and Green Onion Topping.
No.102 Bánh Nậm
Rice Flour with Shrimp Flakes in Banana Leaf.
No.103 Bánh Lọc Lá
Clear Dumpling Filled with Shrimp and Pork in Banana Leaf.
No.104 Bánh Giò
Rice Dumpling with Pork, Jicama, Wood Ear, Wrapped In Banana Leaf.
No.105 Chả Thẻ
Steamed Pork Stick Wrapped in Banana Leaf.
No.106 Chả Huế Đòn
Hue Style Meat Loaf.
No.201 Bún Bò Huế
Hue Style Beef and Pork Noodle Soup, Spicy Level: 0-5.
No.202 Bánh Canh Cua
Hand Cut Noodle Soup with Real Crab Meat and Shrimp.
No.203 Bún Riêu Cua
Noodle Soup with Crab Paste, Spare Rib, Meat Loaf, and Tomato Served with Veggies.
No.204 Bún Măng Vịt
Duck Noodle Soup with Duck Slices on a Bed of Sweet and Sour Cabbage.
No.205 Bún Chả Cá
Noodle Soup with Steamed and Fried Fish Cakes Served with Veggies.
No.206 Mì Quãng
Quang Nam Style Noodle with Shrimp, Pork, Quail Egg, and Veggies.
No.207 Bún Thịt Nướng
Grilled Pork Over Rice Vermicelli Served with Veggies and Vietnamese Pickle.
No.208 Cháo Lòng
Rice Soup with Slices of Tubular Innards and Congealed Blood Served with Golden Fried Dough.
No.209 Cơm Thịt Nướng
Rice with Grilled Pork and Vegetables Served with Soup.
No.301 Chả Giò Tôm
No.302 Bánh Khọt
Crispy Mini Pan Cake with Shrimp Topping Served with Veggies and Dipping Sauce.
No.303 Bánh Xèo
Pan cake with Shrimp Topping Served with Veggies and Dipping Sauce.
No.401 Bún mắm
Fish soup, catfish fillet shrimp, roasted pork and eggplant.
No.402 Cơm chiên
Focusing on the distinctive food of Hue, located in the center of Vietnam and the country’s one-time imperial capital, this counter-service stands in the food court of Mekong Plaza, the Asian-themed mall in Mesa, is a rare treat for lovers of Vietnamese food and a one-of-a-kind experience for everyone else. Highly flavorful, ridiculously affordable, and unlike anything else in the Valley, the menu includes a taste of the city’s royal side as well as more modern-day meals inspired from throughout Vietnam. To start or share, try bánh khọt, bite-size versions of the Vietnamese pancake, or dainty dishes of petite filled rice cakes called bánh bèo. Stellar soups include the lemongrass-heavy bún bò Huế and the Vietnamese crab soup called bánh canh cua.
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Bánh ướt ($7.50-$8.50)
Bún Bò Huế ($7.69) ($6.50/Small) ($70.00/pot for 10 Large)