Little Saigon City
The cooking is equally elemental, with the most basic dishes done just well enough. Broths tend to be watery and cellophane noodle dishes taste rather like, um, cellophane. Still, if you order well, you are sure to find a favorite dish. You'd be hard-pressed to spend more than $20 per person, and service is speedy and sincere.
Fried egg rolls -- tightly packed cigars of shrimp, pork and chicken with carrots and onion -- were perfectly crisp and greaseless. A dunk into the clear carrot dipping sauce added a slight sweet edge.
- Lunch, Dinner