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Minh's Garden lost a Vietnamese Trial versus Cordon Bleu

Minh's Garden
208 Clement St./3rd Ave., SF
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Pretrial hearing at Last Days Saloon


Let's face it, this is really a Bun Cha Gio Thit Nuong trial. And yes, it's true, Minh's Bun Cha Gio Thit Nuong is superior to Hung Yen's. Hats off to Judge McClure. The imperial rolls just had a little more "zing", the BBQ pork a little more "zip", and the sauce? Well it had a little more "oomph". Guest-Judge Winsor agreed, I'm sure. I can't remember if there was a price difference, but who cares? Both places were reasonable, but you get to walk through the kitchen to the lavatory at Minh's. Here, also, you are asked not to put any paper in the toilet (?!). But if you're in the market for a dope Bun Cha Gio Thit Nuong then aim your hoopty toward Clement Street.



That dish with the noodles, the sauce, the bbq pork, and the blessed imperials perched on top (I won't even attempt the real name) was spectacular. We all got the same thing, which precludes me from doling out a 5 Dog rating -- who knows what the other stuff tastes like.



The reason I go is for the Bun Cha Gio Thit Nuong. It's the best I've had. The imperial rolls, along with the tender pork, cannot be beat. A little more about the rolls: the ones you get in this dish are not the ones you get when you order imperial rolls on the side. They appear to be a bit thinner, which I think allows them to fry up a bit crispier and be cut up into the perfect bite size.






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