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Spice Up Your Soup

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Classic Vietnamese noodle dish is steeped in flavor, tradition

Go ahead — breathe in the aroma. You’re supposed to.

And, really, you wouldn’t want to miss the fragrance of cinnamon, cloves and star anise the infuses the broth of the Vietnamese noodle soup called pho. (more…)

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Pan-Asian Appeal

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Mostly Vietnamese Fare Delights Visitors

“I try to make it in at least once a week,” the man at table next to ours told me when I noted that this clearly wasn’t his first visit to Sandra Rice and Noodles. (more…)

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Sandra Serves Up Appetizing Vietnamese Cuisine

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Anyone searching for a flavorful twist on oriental cuisine should look no further than Sandra Rice and Noodles. Located amongst one of Pendleton Pike’s strip malls, the fairly new restaurant is classified as “mostly Vietnamese” with Chinese and Thai influence as well. (more…)

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Sights and Scenes of Vietnam

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Here are some pictures from Vietnam. Enjoy.

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Sandra Rice & Noodles on TV

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Sandra Rice and Noodles’ Nguyen siblings featured on local TV.

Ha and Sang On TV

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A New Era in Asian Fusion?

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A couple of decades ago, before “fusion” implied Thai Pizza and cilantro pesto or barbecued ribs with Wasabi and ginger, you might have encountered a curious melding of cuisines at your local Asian eatery. Still today, restaurants featuring Vietnamese, Korean or Thai may feel the need to play a little bait and switch routine by padding their menus with more familiar food stuffs of the Pacific rim – namely Chinese or Japanese.Worried Americans¬† won’t go for whole fish fried with the fins or lightning-hot curries, some restauranteurs are all too willing to water down their native dishes with sushi and, alas, General Tso’s chicken. (more…)

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