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Another weekend in Houston

I spent this past weekend in Houston, and Reed and I have been exploring more in our usual way. Which is to say restaurants, parks, and movies.

This time around the new-to-me restaurants included Bombay Brasserie, Pho Saigon, Freebird, Ragin’ Cajun, and Amy’s Ice Cream. They were all good and nice places to eat.

Today, we went to Pho Saigon for lunch near downtown. Service was speedy and our food was excellent. There is a large Vietnamese community in Houston, which is great because there are lots of nice Vietnamese restaurants. Out of all the different kinds of Asian cuisine, Vietnamese is my favorite. I have never had something that I haven’t loved. Raleigh is the first place we lived that had a Vietnamese restaurant, and we would eat at Dalat regularly.

Usually, we order pho. Pho is noodle soup, and we usually have beef pho with rice noodles in a herby broth. You also get a plate of garnishes that to add: bean sprouts, cilantro, basil, lime wedges, etc. It is delicious.

We both ordered the same thing today–spring rolls with peanut sauce and a simple beef pho. Reed also ordered and extra plate of eye of round. It arrived on a plate, raw, sliced thin. This is fine because the broth in the soup is very, very hot, and the beef is very thin, so when you add the raw pieces to the soup they cook in an instant. It was great.

As usual, we ate our pho in a Jack Sprat and his wife way. Reed always ends up with a bowl full of broth, after eating all the beef, veggies, and rice noodles. I always end up with bowl full of noodles, after eating all the beef, veggies, and most of the broth. I will put up a picture of Reed’s bowl when I get back home.

If you ever get an opportunity to eat at a Vietnamese restaurant, you should!

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