Vietnamese restaurants in South Florida
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In a neighborhood full of exiles from a communist regime, it makes sense to find a Vietnamese restaurant. And it's telling that despite all the great Latin food around, Little Havanans still wait hours for a seat here. Why? Because this great Vietnamese food (with little touches of Florida, like Florida-style mango marinade) combines quality produce with Southeast Asian spice and a penchant for rich flavors inherited from the French colonial past. Just be prepared to wait a long time for your culinary reward. Check the website to learn about Hy Vong's cooking classes. Hy Vong is on 8th St, located about 2 miles west of the heart of Calle Ocho.
This clean, spare and delicious Vietnamese spot is a good middle-of-the road option for folks seeking a good meal – the caramelized pork and crispy fish spring to mind – without the pomp and circumstance of a huge night out.