There’s nothing quite so comforting as some hot Vietnamese pho on a rainy day. Vietnamese home-style cooking is often the best buy for a filling meal.
Anh Hong Saigon
The entire restaurant seemed to be packed with Vietnamese families when we walked in on a Sunday night. It was noisy and felt very homey right up until closing.
233 W Calaveras Blvd
Yelp. “The Bun Bo here is so delicious! I love their broth. It’s so rich and full of flavors.”
1203 E Calaveras Blvd
Com Tam Thanh
Their com tam is always cooked perfectly and the meat sides are freshly made.
82 S Abel Street
Mint & Basil
Yelp. “You must try their autumn rolls, spicy noodle, eggplant, thai binh curry, and their thai fried rice!” Most items are vegetarian and gluten free.
1741 N Milpitas Blvd
New Pho Saigon Noodle & Grill Restaurant
1770 Clear Lake Ave
Yelp. Don’t go here thinking you’re gonna be in a 5 star restaurant. It’s your typical Asian mom and pop place.
72 S. Park Victoria Dr.
Yelp. My go-to spot in Milpitas for Pho. Soups and rice plates are muy bien.
275 W Calaveras Blvd
Pho Saigon Noodle House
You won’t find better value in pho anywhere else. We’ve been around for many years and you can depend on us for great meals. Open until 3am.
1455 Landess Ave.
Yelp. “Little gem that we found in Milpitas. They serve Vietnamese foods with little twist which we all love. They have variety of choices from appetizers to main courses.”
90 S Abel St.
Truong Thanh Vietnamese Restaurant
Vietnamese home-style cooking. We’re even open till 2 am on the weekends (Friday & Saturday) to fulfill your appetites after a night out on the town.
680 Barber Lane
Tung Kee Noodle House
Fast food. Inexpensive and plentiful.
481 E Calaveras Blvd
1792 N. Milpitas Blvd.
Vung Tau II Restaurant
I’m a teacher and a parent of one of my Vietnamese students tipped me off on this one. Very glad she did, because this is one of my new favorites..
1750 N Milpitas Blvd
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