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This spot is a must-try, whether it be for the rustic pork or catfish cooked in a clay pot with garlic, or the classic soup, Pho, replete with tripe and crisp vegetables, or just a couple of delightfully crunchy shrimp and lettuce spring rolls. Many of our favorite dishes are suffused with a complex savory umami character and often a pungent mouthwatering note that derives from the ubiquitous fermented fish sauce, nuoc namn. Clean, well-lit and welcoming, the simple interior promises a no-frills approach to dining, delivering an early promise that your modest check will go in large part to what arrives on your plate and delights your senses.

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