February 23, 2012
Not a Drip: The seafood noodle soup ($8.95), which brings together jumbo prawns, squid and barbecued pork, is item number 28 out of 56 choices. The Taste of Vietnam beverages include French-style coffees, jasmine tea, coconut juice, beer, smoothies, boba drinks and house wines (pictured in the background).
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Sporting Chance: Taste of Vietnam banks on authentic tastes and a feel uncommon for Southeast eatery.
Seaside’s Taste of Vietnam, which opened last September in the Fremont Boulevard spot formerly occupied by China Chili, is making a play at a new type of fusion: an authentic Vietnamese restaurant that doubles as ...