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$12 for $24 Worth of Vietnamese Food for Two
The barbecue beef roll, one of four appetizer rolls, swaddles grilled beef with cucumber, mints, and lettuce ($7.50). Charbroiled shrimp and pork shish kebabs can be ordered over rice or rice noodles ($8.99), whereas sautéed chicken, pork, beef, or shrimp ($9.25–$9.99) are prepared with your choice of sauce or stir-fried ingredients, such as curry, sweet and sour sauce, ginger, or lemongrass.
Andy Nguyen's Restaurant
Before they go through different spicy, sweet, and tangy transformations in the kitchen, every dish at Andy Nguyen's Restaurant begins as a farmers' market purchase. The staff seeks out the freshest ingredients for the Vietnamese menu and cooks them in pure vegetable oil, producing five-spice chicken, saigon silky noodles with charbroiled shrimp, and customizable stir-fries. Unlike pandas hosting a dinner party, the cooks offer guests a choice between vegetarian or meat options on most dishes. The house specials range from salt-baked calamari to a steam-pot seafood medley, which includes shrimp, mussels, clams, scallops, and veggies. After choosing a protein for their entree—sautéed chicken, pork, beef, or shrimp—guests can also choose from several types of sauces and fixings, such as curry, sweet and sour sauce, and lemongrass.