From Our Editors
Bee-Bee's Asian Grill may only have one roof, but underneath it, the restaurant serves three distinct types of cuisine: Thai, Vietnamese, and Japanese. The result is a menu that seemingly never ends, with dishes of each type of cuisine that include soups, noodles, curries, and rice plates. Tom yum noodle soup holds rank as one of Bee-Bee's most popular Thai dishes, and is the restaurant's go-to speaker at press conferences. It fills bellies with a mixture of lemongrass, mushroom, chilies, and green onion. Under the Vietnamese flag, meanwhile, awaits spicy servings of pho and meaty vermicelli, and the Japanese selection includes bento boxes, hibachi, and sushi rolls.