MICHELIN Guide’s Point Of View
One look at this extensive menu and you might find yourself overwhelmed with the dizzying number of options—from steaming bowls of pho and hearty portions of rice noodles to gut-busting meat and rice platters. But take a look around and you’ll see why everyone is here—they’ve come for the cha giò. Indeed these Vietnamese egg rolls are like no other, stuffed with vegetables and deep fried until perfectly crispy and rightly charred. This dish has been a citywide star, ever since the restaurant opened its doors in 1981. This neighborhood gem has truly endured the test of time, and customers continue to storm the place as if it’s brand new, with lines out the door from morning to night. A second location in Temple City features a sleeker setting but smaller menu.