Nem Nuong Ninh Hoa

★★★★★

About Nem Nuong Ninh Hoa

Hours
Closed Wednesdays; 10am-9pm all other days

Food

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So, I was getting ready to just take a sip from my glass and I noticed a stain on the mouth piece- man they gotta upgrade their dishwasher or something. Also, this is not real Vietnamese food. The Nuoc Cham tastes like salt water. No joke.

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★★★★★

So, I was getting ready to just take a sip from my glass and I noticed a stain on the mouth piece- man they gotta upgrade their dishwasher or something. Also, this is not real Vietnamese food. The Nuoc Cham tastes like salt water. No joke.

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I love Vietnamese food, but this is absolutely repulsive. I was eating and in their "nuoc cham", I found a dead bug in it. I also asked the store for healthier alternatives- one of their BBQ pork nem nuong servings has more than 1,100

3
★★★★★

I love Vietnamese food, but this is absolutely repulsive. I was eating and in their "nuoc cham", I found a dead bug in it. I also asked the store for healthier alternatives- one of their BBQ pork nem nuong servings has more than 1,100

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The Vietnamese food here is delicious. The bbq pork is excellent and they give it to you on a platter where you can wrap with rice paper. Definitely a must try if you like pork!

4
★★★★☆

The Vietnamese food here is delicious. The bbq pork is excellent and they give it to you on a platter where you can wrap with rice paper. Definitely a must try if you like pork!

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This restaurant is very good at what they do: their processed sausage entres are great with the grilled meats. They also have pretty good noodle soups and rice plates. The price is probably a little bit higher than they should be charging, only because there is no competition.

4
★★★★☆

This restaurant is very good at what they do: their processed sausage entres are great with the grilled meats. They also have pretty good noodle soups and rice plates. The price is probably a little bit higher than they should be charging, only because there is no competition.

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Their specialty is nem noung which is like BBQ pork. There is a platter of different kind of pork preparation that could feed 4 for a good price. What you do is wrap the pork with rice paper and vegetables and dip it in the sauce. The other specialty is banh beo which is steam rice pudding in tiny plates with diced dried shrimp that you dip in fish sauce. They remodeled the place and is not your usual vietnamese restaurant ambience.

2
★★★★★

Their specialty is nem noung which is like BBQ pork. There is a platter of different kind of pork preparation that could feed 4 for a good price. What you do is wrap the pork with rice paper and vegetables and dip it in the sauce. The other specialty is banh beo which is steam rice pudding in tiny plates with diced dried shrimp that you dip in fish sauce. They remodeled the place and is not your usual vietnamese restaurant ambience.

Pros: Food, Price

Cons: Nonr

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This is not your typical Pho restaurant in SGV - it is definitely one of a kind. Their speciality is nem, grilled meatballs that you wrap into neat rice-paper bundles with fresh herbs, marinated carrots and various greens before dunking them into bowls of sweetened fish sauce and their wispy shrimp egg rolls are thin as pastry cigarettes yet crunchy and yummy. Their Bun Bo Hue, a Vietnamese beef soup, is also one of their specialities. The biggest bargain is their $12.99 special for two - more than enough food and their decor is adorned with wooden tables and chairs. If you want great food and good service then this is the place for you.

2
★★★★★

This is not your typical Pho restaurant in SGV - it is definitely one of a kind. Their speciality is nem, grilled meatballs that you wrap into neat rice-paper bundles with fresh herbs, marinated carrots and various greens before dunking them into bowls of sweetened fish sauce and their wispy shrimp egg rolls are thin as pastry cigarettes yet crunchy and yummy. Their Bun Bo Hue, a Vietnamese beef soup, is also one of their specialities. The biggest bargain is their $12.99 special for two - more than enough food and their decor is adorned with wooden tables and chairs. If you want great food and good service then this is the place for you.

Pros: Inexpensive, Good Food

Cons: Crowded

 

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