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Explore New Flavors with Authentic Vietnamese Cuisine in Houston

Houston has one of the largest Vietnamese communities in the United States. And residents of Lincoln Medical Center apartments are lucky to be in such close vicinity to many great restaurants that serve authentic Vietnamese cuisine in Houston.

The next time you go out to eat, check out one of these places for good ol’ Vietnamese comfort food. It’ll leave your taste buds dancing.

Hyunh Restaurant

First up, Hyunh Restaurant has been serving Houston’s foodies for over 10 years while also accumulating many awards and glowing reviews. It’s easy to see why so many people love this place. It’s the perfect spot to try Vietnamese dishes inspired by French cuisine. Side note: the country used to be a colony of France. As far as what to order, we highly recommend the rice dish with stir-fried beef. And for dessert, try the flan served with coffee-caramel syrup and shaved ice.

Pho Saigon

Secondly, named after the former capital of South Vietnam, Pho Saigon is a great place to visit for a bowl of the famous Vietnamese pho noodle soup. If you have never tried pho, definitely stop by and have your pick of noodles with beef or chicken (both are equally great). For folks who are already longtime fans of this dish, why not change it up and have noodles with beef stew or seafood? The options on the menu are seemingly endless!

B&T Cafe

Another popular dish is the banh mi sandwich. It is a French baguette stuffed with various types of meat and pickled vegetables. B&T is an eatery nearby that specializes in serving these delicious sandwiches. You can choose from a selection of meat such as chicken or pork. For the true Vietnamese experience, though, make sure to try the banh mi with a fried egg. It is a staple in Vietnam and can be found on many street corners.

Here at Lincoln Medical Center apartments, residents can enjoy amazing food from a wide range of restaurants nearby. Please contact us today to speak with a leasing agent about living in our community.

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