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2008.08.04

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foodcrazee

Nice . . . .havent been back for ages and think I will plan for year end or maybe early spring . . . .

AlexC

I missed Saigon so much. Wish to see more from you. Nice photos!

nhbilly

Never heard of this dish but it sure sound like bun rieu I guess the only thing different is the noodles.

Justine

I found you site while doing a search for char kway teow :) and am really loving your wonderful photos. Reminds me how much I'm missing the food in Asia.

Robyn

foodcrazee - you'll never go hungry on a trip to Vietnam, that's for sure.

Alex - stay tuned. We'll be hopping back and forth between Cambodia and Saigon for a while.

nhbilly - similar to bun rieu, yes. No tomatoes. And the cooked greens already in it (bun rieu has the fresh on the side).

Justine - Thanks and welcome!

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