Xoia Vietnamese Eats
Vietnamese Restaurant$$
Today 11:30 am – 11:00 pm
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1801 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90026
1801 Sunset BoulevardUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90026
$$Vietnamese Restaurant, Asian Restaurant
Vietnamese Restaurant
Asian Restaurant
Southeast Asian Restaurant
Today 11:30 am – 11:00 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmSunday 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
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Husband-wife team serving Vietnamese faves with a Mexican twist in bright space with outdoor patio.- Google
"The tacos are surprisingly amazing, but the egg and tofu banh mi's are insane."
"Trek down toward SIlverlake for better pho options."
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David Powers
3 months ago
My friend and I come here on the regular and for good reason. The food is consistent, the pho is great, and the service is excellent. We ALWAYS get the pho ga, with extra bean sprouts and basil which is nice and feels like a warm hug in your stomach (if you're into that). Also, the pork and shrimp spring rolls are great too. The waitresses are always so sweet and lovely and make you want to come back again. It has a cute vibe and is great for dates and catching up with people. They have an outdoor seating area as well.
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Aubrey Mayne
7 months ago
Food is great. Service is terrible. Usually have to wait forever just to get a menu and order. Last time we were there they got our food wrong, forgot to take all of our orders, and made a big deal because we had a party of 8, when there was hardly anyone in the restaurant. Super awkward and puzzling, you'd think a business would be encouraging of more people dining there, rather than making them feel uncomfortable about being there...
Mimzy Marin
8 months ago
The mi quang is delicious and the service is excellent
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Pete Tenuta
a year ago
tasty, cute, cheap, friendly
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Michael Griggs
3 months ago
More Vietnamese fusion than Vietnamese. Came here and ordered the pho beef tacos because I was intrigued by the combination of Mexican and Vietnamese influences. My friend ordered the pho tai. My tacos were interesting. They used the brisket meat of the pho, pan fried it for little extra crispiness, and served just like a taco. The idea was good, but in execution, the meat turned out to be a little dry...and the tendon pieces left over from the brisket because very chewy. The tacos could have used a little more heat too, because the hot sauce that came as a condiment did not add much flavor to the tacos. The pho was okay. The broth was basic and slightly bland. Trek down toward SIlverlake for better pho options. Would I come back? Probably not, but it is a good place for a quick bite.
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Kelly Furey
a year ago
I really love this place. Sometimes the service is crap (especially when you're dying for a water refill after dousing your food in siracha) but it's usually because they don't have a ton of people working at its always busy. Good beer list, and the food is pretty cheap. The tacos are surprisingly amazing, but the egg and tofu banh mi's are insane.
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Al Pavangkanan
3 years ago
Really loved the pork tacos. Mexican coke is served here. Never too crowded on each of my visits. Great place for dinner before a show across the street.
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Steven Neptune
a year ago
Pretty good bahn mi sandwiches