OC for a few days


#82

Phuong Phuong Quan just opened and has very similar home style menu that is translated https://yelp.to/qTKq/HfNeLDofuS

In the lau hot pot section, #67 is really interesting—medicinal goat stew hot pot- haven’t seen that anywhere.

The extras section (top 3) has some classic viet pickles—mustard greens, bean sprouts and chives, and thai eggplant with fermented shrimp.

Cc @JeetKuneBao


#83

Thanks @hppzz!

Although it looks like #65 - 67 aren’t translated (but you clarified one of them). What are the other two? :slight_smile: Thanks.


#84

65 is bitter melon hot pot with fish (bronze feather back) is what google is telling me. 66 is the sour cat fish soup but served hot pot style with more accompaniments like noodles and prob more uncooked vegetables you put in yourself.


#85

I won’t have strength in numbers so might not be likely for this time to try anything or much, but all this information particularly the family style dishes is great!! Perhaps move it to the Little Saigon Thread at some point, but I’ll let master @JeetKuneBao do the honors of reporting when he visits!

In the future, FTC meetup at one of these places. Wine & Sake dinner!! Then repeat at Newport Tan Cang Seafood or your best Bo 7 Mon place!


#86

This donut place just opened in Tustin:

https://www.oliboli.com/

looks very promising and is very close to Cream Pan for double dessert possibilities.