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Fresh phở broth and sauces key for Vietnamese restaurant

Published Tuesday March 14

Based on her mother’s recipes, the dishes on their menu are prepared more like homemade foods,…

ANTIOCH – Just as a Mexican restaurant is usually rated by the quality of its beans, rice and tortillas, a proper Vietnamese restaurant is judged by its phở broth and chili, peanut and fish sauces, according to the owners of Phở Lan Vietnamese Restaurant.

The family-based restaurant is different from chain Vietnamese restaurants because of how they cook and prepare the sauces and broths served there, according to owner Tami Nguyen. Based on that person mother’s recipes, the dishes on their menu are prepared more like homemade foods, she said.

“We cook our phở for 24 hours. It is more sweet. It is rushed in other places and they only cook it for 8 hrs.” she said.

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