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28 October 2019

Not bat at all! My grandma is from Hue, she's been making bun bo for years and she makes the best (in my opinion). I was very surprised by this place, their broth was not as flavorful as my grandma's but it had very similar fragrance and taste, the shredded cabbage and shredded banana root on the side was a nice touch, not every place has the banana root. Broth could have been hotter but was still edible. I like that the bun has pork blood too, nice touch. Good portion, price is fair, will definitely come back if I am in the area. More...

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11 August 2019

came here to check out the dishes. on a sat night.Not too busy, as it was almost closing time. Ordered 209- grilled pork over rice. comes with their fish sauce side and bowl of soup.Check the picture. service was relatively quick.Rice was good.thick, chunky pork slices. Good flavor when combined with the fish sauce.Although, slightly on the saltier side, especially if you use the dipping fish sauce. Hit's the spot if you're hungry.Price: $9.20 totalWould come back again to try their pho or other dishes. Come check out More...

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18 July 2019

Yummy food, good price, nice and friendly people. Great place for you and your family!

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13 July 2019

Just moved to the area after growing up in Orange County, CA (famous for great Vietnamese food) and was expecting to only eat mediocre Viet food until I moved back- but Hue Gourmet proved me wrong! My family is from Hue and I can confidently say this restaurant makes an EXCELLENT bun bo Hue. It was spicy, flavorful and everything perfectly cooked. Banh beo was not the best I've had but they were decent, I would still order them again. Can't wait to come back for another bowl and to try their other items on the menu!! More...

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11 July 2019

Amazing food. Amazing. I can't wait to be hungry again so I can go back!

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17 April 2019

Been here a few times, I've gotta say it's pretty good for a vietnamese fast food. This located in the Mekong Plaza. They have other food places all around but I usually go to Hue Gourmet just because they have all the food that I love and plus they give you free iced/hot tea. The environment is like a food court. You have to go up to order and pay, then they'll give you a number and you can pretty much sit as anywhere you want, then they'll bring the food to you. I ordered the banh beo, cha gio, and bun rieu. Banh beo (water fern cake) is more of an appetizer dish. It serve in 10 small dishes and a side of spicy fish sauce to drizzle on top. Cha Gio (egg roll) is pretty good and crispy. I feel like if you eat the egg roll by itself then it's kinda bland but if you wrap with lettuce and dip in the fish sauce they provided, then it's perfect. I would say the Bun Rieu (tomato crab noodle soup) is the most authentic as a vietnamese fast food I've ever eaten. I mean it's not the best but it's pretty good for a quick and simple meal.I would recommend to eat here during your lunch break from work/school just because the service is nice and fast, and also very filling. More...

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17 February 2019

This place has really good banh beo, bun bo hue, and mi quang. I definitely love those dishes and frequently come here on a weekly basis to get them. Also, the combo fried rice is bomb butttttt they keep on not serving the combo fried rice. If you're going to stop serving this dish, please take it off the menu. Anyways, in terms of consistency, it's not 100%. I have gone back to get my normal dishes and seemed like they were serving me older dishes (not fresh). But for the most part, 90% of the time, I'm very satisfied with my meals! More...

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3 January 2019

My husband and I came on New Years and decided to split a bowl of bun bo Hue since we had planned on cooking lunch at home (and it was already 10:30 AM). So prior to grocery shopping, we stopped by. It was surprisingly not as busy as I expected it would be. We had passed by on weekends so many times and I was always excited to see the restaurant, as I am a full blooded Hue girl, myself. I would say that it was very delicious, although the broth was warm.....not piping hot like I prefer. But the plate of herbs just blew me away. I put a lot of bean sprouts and basil leaves in my soups. They even had a small container of mam ruoc! I would definitely visit again. I think the only downside is that the soup wasn't hot when it arrived to our table. But this place is great! More...

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29 December 2018

Great very low priced pho and Vietnamese street food.   It's in a food court and doesn't look like much but you're paying for taste here - and you get it.  Big bowls of hot pho and other options to select from.   Try it and you'll understand why it's a top rated Vietnamese place. More...

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1 November 2018

This is also a small shop in the food court of the Asian market. Food court will be on the far right when you enter the main sliding doors. Hue Gourmet is on the right of Heng's Kitchen, which provides a Vietnamese cuisine next to a Chinese cuisine spot. I ordered the Banh Canh Cua (crab soup base with thick noodles), my mom had the rice plate and my boyfriend had their Bun Bo Hue (spicy noodle soup). The flavor for all of them were solid and authentic. This is a food court so you're welcomed to sit anywhere and you're provided a number for them to deliver your food when it's ready. Would definitely return. More...

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8 October 2018

First time I ordered had no idea what I was ordering (big bowl of hot soup with many goodies), came out tasting fresh and delicious so we came back.  Everything we have tried so far is awesome! Husbands favorite place for vermicelli bowls. This is place is all about business, good food and quick service, ain't here to make no friends. You order and you sit, and you eat what they bring out. Haven't failed us yet so we will keep coming back! More...

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8 June 2018

This is, hands down, one of my favorite places to eat in the Phoenix metro area. They make a lot of Vietnamese dishes that are difficult to find anywhere else, and they do it beautifully. It's a fast-food/cafeteria-like setup where you can order food to go, or they give you a number and bring the food to you. Either way I've always had good service here. My go to dishes: Bánh Bèo(no. 101). I've never had this anywhere else, so I don't have anything to gauge it off of, but here it's cooked beautifully. You get ten in an order and one order is only $5, and the dipping sauce is amazing. Don't be intimidated by the chilies in the dipping sauce, if you don't eat them the sauce isn't too spicy(but if you love super spicy foods EAT THE CHILIES! They pack a punch). Bún Riêu Cua(No 203). One of my favorite dishes, and they do it the best. They give you a wide variety of veggies and herbs to put in the soup that you don't often find with this, though you'll find it often served with pho(onions, lime, perilla/shiso leaf, and fish paste). The broth is rich, the crab paste is amazing. Bún Tht Nng(No. 207). There are other places in Mekong Plaza that makes this, and they're good, but this one is the best by far. They only offer pork (as far as I know), and the pork is cooked perfectly, and is beautifully seasoned. It comes with the usual sides of lettuce, pickled carrot and daikon, and cucumber, as well as dressing. This is my current favorite.To-go orders are packaged very, very well. A lot of places will pack the veggies in with the noodles and pork for dishes like Bún Tht Nng, which makes them kind of soggy but here they put the veggies in a separate bag, which I love because then the lettuce doesn't get all soggy and gross. It's a bit of a wait, especially during the dinner rush, but it's worth it. They will have different specials on the weekends, and they also do catering. If you're in Mesa give them a try! More...

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1 December 2017

I ordered #204 Duck Soup. The entree came with lots of duck meat and cabbage for the soup.I added chili oil to my soup of course to give it extra flavor and a kick. I might have put a little too much chili oil in it! The broth was steaming hot and delicious!It was only $7.95 for a big bowl of soup.They are known for their bun bo hue. Which is beef and pork soup. I'm not a fan of pork so not my first choice.Hue Gourmet is located in the Mekong Food Court. More...

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6 October 2017

It is SOOO hard to find food from mid-Vietnam region (Da Nang and Hue) here in Arizona. This place has My Quang which I have yet to try but looks good. The Bun Cha Ca was decent. All the banh dishes (banh beo, banh khot) tasted great but came in small portions. The service isn't super warm but that is more of a culture difference and doesn't bother me! More...

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2 September 2017

I tried combination plate "bánh bèo, bánh nâm, bánh bôt lôc and cha" bánh bèo taste good.Bún Riêu so good. Customer service so nice. Will come back again

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27 August 2017

Awesome little restaurant hidden in the food court of Mekong Plaza. They have items here that you can't find anywhere else in the area.

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21 November 2016

The best bun no hue in the Phoenix area! Drove 40 mins to check this place out!

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7 November 2016

I love this place. Bun many vit (duck noodle soup) is always on point. The owner who takes order is really nice too. Never had a bad experience here. A must.

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8 October 2016

My girlfriend and I were shopping at Mekong Plaza for the second time together and, after having tried one of the restaurants on our first visit (see our review of Deer Garden Signature from 9/24/16) we decided to check out the food court. We shared a bowl of Bun Rieu Cua, which is noodle soup with pork spare ribs, meatloaf, crab paste, tofu, blood cake, and veggies.The portion size was plenty for the two of us.First, and most importantly, the broth was excellent with good depth of flavor. I suspect that including a greater number of ingredients in the soup does positively contribute to the flavor of the broth, however we felt that this broth could also stand on its own quite well.All of the ingredients were flavorful and properly cooked, which is especially important when it comes to the blood cake since many uninitiated diners may be a bit hesitant to try this.My girlfriend, who is a native of mainland China, said the soup was "Very yummy, if you know what I mean ;-) ;-)"There are as many as five Vietnamese restaurants located in Mekong Plaza, we've tried two of them thus far (the other was Binh Duong Quan - see our review from 11/6/16), and this our favorite of the two.Prompt, courteous service, reasonable prices for a mall restaurant, and a nice place for lunch.We will definitely be back.Photo design by Billie Z. More...

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29 September 2016

I've been wanting a good Vietnamese place here in Arizona for a while. I was very excited to see they sell my personal favorites such as banh beo Chen, banh bot loc, banh khot, and many others. I ordered their mi Quang. Although not completely authentic. It was still pretty good. Banh Bot Loc was fire- lua affff. Although they were kind of small. Excited to come back and try their other dishes. More...

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3 September 2016

This place has a phenomenal Bun Thit Noung and for the love of all that is holy add the egg roll for a buck, it is totally worth it. The greens blend is very nice not just lettuce. Their nuoc mam is spicy like most hue style food, so heads up. I highly recommend giving them a try. More...

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8 July 2016

This is probably the only authentic Central Vietnamese cuisine dining location in the valley. That's the way I see it so far I know. The former proprietor was a lady with Hue accent. She yielded the business to a relative who's doing pretty good so far. My favorites are all from Central Vietnam like mi quang, bun mang vit...so good, and bun bo Hue...indeed. If you want something different then rice with grilled pork is way to go. Beside they serve banh gio (steamed stuffed dough)..yummy, nem chua (cured ground pork) which is good as snack or as a meal. And they serve other dishes too. More...

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5 July 2016

The most authentic Bun Bo Hue I have tasted thus far (compared to the ones in Vietnam). The spice level is also adjustable to your liking on a scale of 1-6. I got a 3 and it was spicy, but not too bad. The veggies they brought out were fresh and abundant. The only downside was the amount of meat given. I got a small and it seemed like I only got one of each "topping". One pig knuckle, one pig blood cube, 1 or 2 small slice of boiled beef shank. The meat to noodle ratio is way off. If I would have known, I would just pay extra for more beef shank so I don't eat plane noodles with their delicious broth. I can't wait to come back and try other dishes like the bun rieu and bun cha ca! More...

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2 April 2016

Beside my parent's, this is probably one of the most authentic bun bo hue I have eaten here in Arizona. It's is so good. They give you an option of different spicy levels.   For a small bowl it is 5.50. Cheap and yummy! I need to go back and try more of their yummy food! More...

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1 December 2015

I was so thrilled to find the food court at Mekong Plaza. Cheap, delicious, and quick comfort food? What more can a hungry(and economically challenged grad school student from SoCal) ask for? !?!This place has some pretty authentic Central Vietnamese cuisine (where the city Hue is located). I've been here twice, but I will be back and update my review because I do want to try their ENTIRE menu HAHAHA. Bun Bo Hue aka spicy beef soup (4.5/5) So good! The noodles were a tad soft for my taste but everything else was on point. The spiciness was spot on. The amount of meat was sufficient. The taste of the broth was authentic.  The veggies were just like how my mom would served it with. BBH is my favorite item here! Banh Bot loc aka sticky cake with shrimp and pork (4/5) they were 10 for $5. They're a lot smaller than the ones I'm used to in SoCal, but the taste was just as delicious. MMM MMMBun Rieu aka crab cake noodle soup (2.5/5) This was just oookay. The soup was tomato-y and yummy. But they didn't give that much meat and noodles. Overall, I wouldn't say it's the best Vietnamese food I've ever had since I lived in Vietnam. BUT it's pretty high up there on my list of decent Vietnamese eateries in Arizona! And did I mention the food is dirt cheap here?!?!? More...

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19 July 2015

Open pretty early, good for all time meal, like the broth, very rich. Fried spring roll is not that impressive though.

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14 July 2015

This place has some fantastic food.  No MSG, no corn starch, just simply the food with no fillers to bolster the flavors.  Just enter Mekong Plaza through the northern most doors and walk directly back to the food court.  You practically walk right to Hue Gourmet.  Don't let the food court atmosphere fool you.  The food here is quite tasty and the owner is happy to tell you all about the food and how they prepare it.I have been here on several occasions for foodie lunches (got to try a lot of different things) and lunch with friends.   I've gone here for lunch most days and I'm partial to the Banh kahn cua.  I recommend this place for folks who enjoy food!Return Potential:  90% More...

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1 July 2015

I had their bun bo hue a few days ago and enjoyed it!  The dish was delicious and hit all the right notes of what I expected (spicy broth, pork blood, hock, and cuts of beef, and decent fresh vegetables).  They have complimentary tea, but I forgot to ask if they had ice!  Iced water/tea would go great with the spiciness of the bun bo hue.  I have not had bun bo hue at other restaurants in Arizona, but I have had it many times at Westminster, CA and have few complaints about the dish. More...

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30 January 2015

No MSG is always a plus. And this is one of the better bun bo hue that's as good as homemade. But they go cheap on everything. Little bit of veggies, super thin slice of lime, and one napkin. And when you ask for another napkin they give you ONE extra sheet. Thanks I guess haha. Prices are good though, you won't pay more than $7 for a bowl. More...

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20 November 2014

The food is good overall in my opinion, plus it's cheap. Yes, some of the dish could used more flavoring so it doesn't tasted diluted, but there's only one or two dish(s) that I have tried so far. Good portion for about 5 or 6 bucks. Four star, minus the a+ customer service. More...

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12 August 2014

Hue is a very fun place to stop in for a casual meal that offers more than what you're used to at your typical Vietnamese pho spot.  It's basically set in the food court of Mekong Plaza and you'll order from the counter using the menu and photographs of items before sitting in one of the few simple tables just a few feet from the counter.  When we were there, the counter server didn't speak a lot of English, but did his best to explain any items we questioned and came out multiple times to refill our small beverage cups.  What the place lacks in atmosphere, it makes up for in bang for your buck.  When we were there, we tried the banh beo, tiny rice cakes that slid into your mouth or onto a spoon in a single round piece from a circular dish - one order came with a dozen tiny dishes!  We also had the banh loc la, clear, chewy pillows of tapioca flour with bits of crispy shrimp inside, and the banh gio trung cut, a pyramid-shaped pocket of dense rice with wood ear mushrooms and what tasted like seasoned sausage inside (reminiscent of the banana leaf wrapped rice pockets you see at dim sum).  We weren't impressed by the cha gio tom, or egg rolls, but my husband loved the com tom nuoc cham (broken rice with pork) which was served with tomato and cucumber slices and a bowl of broth.  The pork was tender and flavorful and this dish is easily accessible to diners who might not be willing to try some of Hue Gourmet's less familiar dishes.  We can't wait to get back and try more of them! More...

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24 June 2014

Hue, the former imperial capital of the Nguyen Dynasty between 1802 and 1945, has it's own regional cuisine that sets it apart from other regional cuisines in Vietnam and we're lucky to have a place that serves such cuisine right in our own Mekong Plaza in Mesa. I've been coming here at least every other weekend to try out a different dish. So far my favorite items are Banh Khot, Bun Mang Vit, Mi Quang, and Bun Bo Hue. They're open every day except Wednesday. Service is decent - the only complaint I have is all the flies in the food court you have to keep swatting away from your food. Prices are very cheap and you definitely get lots of value for your buck spent here. Their menu is kinda splattered all over the walls and is a little hard to follow so I'm pasting it in here in true OCD fashion (minus the diacritic marks which won't get posted in Yelp until Vietnamese becomes one of the languages supported.) 101) Banh Beo - [BUN BAIL] - rice coin with shrimp flakes, green onion topping, and crunchy pork skin102) Banh Nam - [BUN NUM] rice roll with shrimp flake in banana leaf103) Banh Loc La - [BUN LOCK LAH] - Clear Dumpling filled with Shrimp and Pork in Banana Leaf104) Banh Loc Tran (Party Tray Only) - [BUN LOCK TRONG] - Clear Dumpling filled with Shrimp and Pork, coated with green onion oil105) Banh Gio - [BUN JOE] - pyramid shaped rice dough dumpling with pork, Jicama, wood ear mushrooms, and wrapped in banana leaf106) Banh Bao Nhan Thit Trung - [BUN BOW NYANG TICK CHOONG] - steamed bun filled with pork and egg107) Banh Bao Nhan Xa Xiu (Special Order Only) - [BUN BOW NYANG SA SIU] - steam bun filled with BBQ pork108) Banh Ba Te So (Weekend Only) - [BUN PAH TAY SHOW] - Pork Paté Choud109) Cha Gio Tom - [CHAW JOE TOME] - Shrimp Egg Roll110) Banh Khot - [BUN CAULK] - crispy mini pancakes with shrimp topping served with veggies and dipping sauce111) Banh Mi Thit Nuong - [BUN MEE TICK NOONG] - mini French bread filled with pepper pork and mint112) Banh Mi Thit Nguoi - [BUN MEE TICK NOOEE] - mini French bread filled with cold cut and shredded pickle201) Bun Bo Hue - [BOON BAW HWAY] - Hue style beef and pork noodle soup, spicy level [0-5]202) Banh Canh Cua - [BUN KUN KOO AH] - hand cut tapioca flour noodle soup with real crab meat and shrimp203) Bun Rieu Cua - [BOON REW KOO AH] - crab cake, spare rib, meat loaf, tomato noodle soup served with veggies204) Bun Mang Vit - [BOON MUNG VEET] - Duck Noodle Soup with bamboo and served with duck slices on a bed of sweet and sour cabbage205) Bun Cha Ca - [BUN CHAW KA] - steamed and fried fish cakes over noodle soup served with veggies206) Mi Quang - [MEE KWANG] - Quang Nam style noodle with shrimp, pork, quail egg and veggies207) Bun Thit Nuong (egg roll can be added) - [BOON TICK NOONG] - grilled pork over rice vermicelli, served with veggies and Vietnamese pickle208) Com Hen - [KOM HEN] - baby clam meat over rice with vegetables and clam juice301) Cha The - [CHAW TEH] - steamed pork stick wrapped in banana leaf302) Cha Hue Don - [CHAW HWAY DON] - Hue style meatloaf303) Cha Oc - [CHAW OAK] - Escargot mixed in pork stick304) Cha Tom (Call In Advance) - [CHAW TOME] - shrimp cake, steamed305) Cha Que (Call In Advance) - [CHAW KWAY] - charbroiled cinnamon flavor pork slab306) Nem Nuong (Call In Advance) - [NUM NOONG] - broiled star anise flavored pork meat ball307) Tre Hue - [CHE HWAY] - pickled head cheese wrapped in banana leaf308) Tom Chua - [TOME CHOO AH] - pickled shrimp with shredded papaya[ Drinks]01) Ca Phe Sua Da/Nong - [KA FEY SOOH DA/NOWNG] - Coffee Iced/Hot02) Nuoc Da Lanh - [NYOO DUH LUN] - Iced Water (free if you eat here)03) Nuoc Tra Da - [NYOO CHA DUH] - Iced Tea04) Nuoc Tra Nong - [NYOO CHA NOWNG] - Hot Tea05) Pepsi, Coca Cola, Diet Coke, Dr. Pepper, Mountain Dew, Sprite, 7 Up, Shasta06) Nuoc Suoi Chai - [NYOO SOY CHAI] - bottled water07) Che Dau Do Bot Ban, Nuoc Cot Dua, Dap Da - [YEH DOW DOH BO BUN, NYOO KOH ZOO UH, DUP DUH] - red bean, tapioca, coconut milk, crushed ice08) Nuoc Da Chanh Tuoi Vat - [NYOO DUH CHAN TOOEE VUT] - Freshly Squeezed Limenade More...

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1 June 2014

This place has great prices, great food, and unique menu items.  The staff is not great but the food makes up for it.  If you want real, authentic, non Americanized Vietnamese food, this is the place to go!  YUM!

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29 March 2014

My favorite is the 201 it has good meat in it and if you want it pretty spicy just get one scoop of  Hot Chillys anything more than that it's unbearable

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4 February 2014

Not Vietnamese, Not even Asian, but this place was really good to my inexperienced tongue.Affordable, plenty of menu options, and friendly service.

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19 January 2014

This place has really good bunbohue. It tastes about the same with what I used to have in Vietnam. I will definitely come back here with my family!!!

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4 January 2014

This place literally hooks me up. I cannot stop coming back every week to eat their bun rieu and bun bo hue. Their Bun Rieu is the best in phoenix so far. Very tasty broth. No other restaurant is even close to their level. Very affordable too! 5 dollar only! More...

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27 December 2013

I love the Bun Bo Hue made from this restaurant. So far, it is one of the most authentic Vietnamese Spicy Soup (a.k.a Bun Bo Hue) that I have tried in Phoenix, AZ. They have pretty much most of the stuff that a Bun Bo Hue's  supposed to have. When you get a bowl of this soup, you've gotta get Cha Thoi as well, which is only like $1 per piece. Trust me... It's well worth it to eat with the soup! Prices here are super reasonable, if not cheap compared to other places. Occassionally, they'd have Bun Rieu on special on the weekends for $5 as well! More...

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20 November 2013

OK - *six* stars now!  I've only recently become aware of the harmfulness of MSG, and this place does not use it, and that is very rare in a Vietnamese restaurant.  Does anyone know of any other Viet rest's in the state that don't?  If so, please pm me and tell me.  Asian Cafe Express, Chinese - but they branch out into other cuisines as well -across the street, also does not use MSG. More...

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17 September 2013

I really love Vietnamese Food and this little restaurant is easily a favorite of mine. Cuisine from the Hue region of Vietnam is a little different than your typical soup places. No Pho here ... so get ready.The owner is really cool and extremely helpful. It was fun on my first visit. She wanted to make sure I understood this type of cuisine and how it should be eaten. They take great effort to make sure the food is packed full of flavor and beautifully presented at the same time. Nice!So far I have tried several of the soups and a good sampling of their tasty bite sized appetizers. Bun Bo Hue - Spicy Beef SOUP is a good place to start. The Crab and Shrimp versions are also excellent as well as the Duck. They have some really good specials during the week that will fill you up cheap. Just ask her and she will tell you what is good.Located in the Mekong Plaza Food Court. The eating area here is pretty basic with a dozen or so community tables and chairs. Just kick back and enjoy yourself and pretend you are on a vacation adventure. It usually works for me. DID I HEAR SOUP?4.75 STARS More...

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14 July 2013

Pretty good for viet food in Phoenix. I've only had BBH (please don't call it pho...completely different flavor profiles with different origins, different spices, different stocks, different noodles, different herbs, etc. ok done with mini rant) but will be back to try some other dishes.  Flies in the dining area though so get ready to swat, especially if hot outside. More...

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4 July 2013

This is the best Hue' restaurant that I love so far. I ordered the grilled pork and rice vermicelli this time. They are fresh and well cook. Highly recommended for anyone want to try Vietnamese authentic food. I am loving it! More...

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17 April 2013

Located in Mekong Plaza with one of the best Vietnamese restaurant which serves the local delicacies found nowhere in Phoenix.   Bun Bo Hue is handcrafted by chef who is actually from Hue herself so she knows exactly how it should be prepared for this dish that gain worldwide recognition.   If you don't mind eat in an open cafeteria setting,  this is right for you.  May be one star off for the flies around the Cafeteria  which is being shared by other restauranteurs. More...

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18 July 2012

This restaurant is located inside of the Mekong Plaza. This is an authentic vietnamese place that specializes in middle vietnam cuisine. I come here for their speciality and this place is consistently delicious. Try the BUN BO HUE (spicy red soup) and you can tell them how spicy you like it. It can get pretty intense so plan accordingly - mild spice. They take cash or credit so no worries about not having cash in hand. You would not expect that this place to be a "restaurant" since it's looks like a mall food court. I still leave a tip on the table since food and drinks are technically served to me. I love me some pho noodle soups, but when it comes to bun bo hue - do not go anywhere else but here! More...

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20 February 2012

One word: Authentic! I love Hue food and this place pretty much has it all. I tried their bánh bèo chén, bánh kht and bún bò. The bún bò would be perfect if there were some rau kinh gii to eat with. I thought the bánh bèo was very good and so was the bánh kht. They also make fresh Pate Chaud and bánh giò! Can't wait to come back to try the rest on the menu. More...

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16 February 2012

They have improved a lot from time to time. Excellent for the variety of their food with decent prices. This place has been a regular place for me once a week now.

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