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On noodles, over rice, in soup, between buns—or simply plain on a plate. Any way you eat it, food at Omai La Grange Vietnamese Cuisine is as delicious as it is authentic. Shrimp, calamari, and crab dominate the seafood noodle entrée, while onion and bell pepper get a garlicky makeover in the eggplant medley. Pho, or noodle soup, is endlessly customizable, its broth brimming with a choice of meat and vegetables, while banh mi sandwiches complement crispy pork or lemon-grass beef with pickled daikon and fresh jalapeno. As they wash down spicy bites with wine or beer, customers might notice that these piquant dishes juxtapose to a comparatively tranquil dining room—wicker pendant lamps illuminate accents of light wood and mint, while drapes sing soft, gentle lullabies.