Connie Tran will stay Downtown through summer.
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Kimmy Tang is branching out across the country with her healthy-leaning Vietnamese concept.
The restaurant features a mish-mash of Vietnamese, Thai, and Chinese dishes.
Where to find oxtail and goji berry soup and Central Vietnamese cuisine attached to a Riverside farm.
Chef Connie Tran is hoping to broaden L.A.'s concept of the cuisine past pho and banh mi.
A fight is on over Vietnamese sandwiches in Fullerton.
The Rosemead favorite is only open for lunch and breakfast during the weekdays.
That's pulled pork bao we're talking about, not the ones at L.A. Fitness.
But why are these bastions of banh mi still eluding the city?
The chef will offer her incredible sandwich just once a week on "Banh Mi Sundays."
In addition to its eponymous chilled desserts, the Little Saigon shop offers roast pork balls and chicken rice.
Despite mixed reviews, the restaurant just might thrive in this pho-deprived stretch of The PCH.
The La Cachette chef-owner will return to L.A. in a year to bring his French-Asian fusion to a small restaurant.
Jose Le Balch calls it "the best banh mi in town;" strong fighting words in a town where everyone has a high and low-end favorite.
With Nina's, Plan Check, Nong La, and this new entry opening, the flavor profile is changing on Japanese-heavy Sawtelle.
Both critics love the breadth and invention at the new Downtown home of the chef's bäco.
The prices would even be acceptable in Westminster, but will be welcomed even more on the Westside.
The 24/7 noodle chain's flagship location debuts with new bakery.
Linda Burum thoroughly explores Orange County's Central Vietnamese scene.