Food Porn Friday | Dueling Noodles | Little Saigon

Friday, November 25, 2011


After having gorged non-stop on turkey and trimmings over the last 24 hours, I must confess that I'm officially stuffed! Nothing washes down an over-indulgent breakfast-lunch-dinner combo better than oodles of noodles prepared in a myriad of ways. 

If y'all are suffering from Thanksgiving overdose as I am this afternoon, make your way down to Bolsa and let some of these savory soups wash it all down so you can recover in time for Turkey Trot round 2...or 3, or 4!...You little heifers, I know how you do...Bon Appétit! 

14291 Euclid St. 
Garden Grove, CA 92843 
(714) 265-1125 

{Pictured Left: Bun Bo Hue: Their claim to fame and in my opinion THE BEST bun bo in town. You can bring your own pot for party-sized take-out or dine in for a $5 bowl of yummy goodness. Pictured Right: Mi Quang: Homemade yellow noodles totally beats store-bought brands...a little more basic than ones I'm used to, but cheap and quick. No complaints here. Thanks to Pandy and Rich for the rec! Definitely going into immediate rotation :D} 


8890 Bolsa Ave. 
Westminster, CA 92683
(714) 895-8432 

{Located in the ABC Supermarket strip, this noodle institution has been around for decades and this was my first time trying it (recommended from Jenny, thx boo). Pictured Left: Canh Bun: the noodle bowl this joint was named after. If you're into a very light and fragrant broth, you'll love this bowl. I like mine pungent and stinky, especially with crab in the mix, so I had to load up on the fish sauce to achieve that taste. Pictured Right: Bun Rieu. Yummy strips of cha, but not enough rieu. I still think Cafe Picasso's soup is bomb.com and the one to beat down Bolsa} What Bolsa dives are on your hit list?? 

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Hope y'all celebrate a scrumptiously satisfying weekend!!!

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15 comments

  1. These all look so yummy! You always manage to find the best places to eat!

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  2. This looks so good! This would be a great change of pace from all the turkey leftovers.

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  3. The moment the weather gets cold, I reach for and try to bury my face in these big bowls of noodle soup.

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  5. both places look delish! i'm adding them to my yelp list. xx

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  6. AH! I'm going to have to go there when my husband and I travel to his home town (Westminster) in a few week! That second place is so close to his house!

    Ask the Duplex

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  7. looks nyummmyyy :D

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  8. Looks delicious. I love noodles!

    -Christine
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  9. Yum, yum, and YUM! I'll take it all!

    xo
    Rachel

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  10. it's 10am and my mouth is watering!! haha

    xo's

    - teeney

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  11. omygawsh! now I am totally starving! that looks so good, too bad its on the other side of the country!:(

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  12. Fashion, design and gourmand style, such a powerful combination. A little late to comment, but your food shots are just brilliant! I love this one the most.

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