Orange County Vietnamese Restaurant Guide

A guide to mostly good Vietnamese restaurants in Orange County, California.

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Hot Pot City – Westminster – (714) 531-5402

Posted by k on December 15, 2008

Hot Pot City – Westminster – (714) 531-5402, 15606 Brookhurst St, Suite F, 92683, Fax: (714) 531-5404, http://hotpotcity-tablebbq.com

This Vietnamese buffet is similar to Korean BBQ places where you grill your own food at your table. It also serves a popular Vietnamese family style soup called Lau where a big boiling soup is placed in the center and you cook the meat and seafood and each person takes a little with rice noodle in their small bowls. The nice thing about this buffet is you only pay for how much you eat, you go to the back fridge, take plates of raw meat or veggies to your table and they count how many empty plates you have left to total your bill. Good for those people who don’t eat a lot.

It’s located next to the Coffee Factory, Taco Bell, and Quan Hop restaurants.

Posted in $9 to $11 Upper Average, 3 star - Best Western, Buffet, H, Vietnamese, Westminster, x - Lau | 1 Comment »

Todai – Westminster (714) 891-0081

Posted by k on December 8, 2008

Todai – Westminster (714)891-0081 – 2008A Westminster Mall, 92683

This is a seafood buffet that has an unlimited sushi bar and crab/shrimp/n’ various sea creatures that seafood lovers love. There’s also the typical Chinese non-seafood stuff like fried rice, orange chicken, miso soup for land animal eaters only like myself. There will be something for everyone but the biggest enjoyment will be for seafood/sushi lovers. They have an excellent dessert selection with made-to-order crepes.

Posted in 3 star - Best Western, Buffet, Japanese, Over $12+ Pricey, T, Westminster | Leave a Comment »

Hokkaido Buffet – (949) 851-5888

Posted by k on December 8, 2008

Hokkaido Buffet – (949) 851-5888 – 4200 Scott Drive, Newport Beach, 92660

This is a seafood buffet that has an unlimited sushi bar and crab/shrimp/n’ various sea creatures that seafood lovers love. There’s also the typical Chinese non-seafood stuff like fried rice, orange chicken, miso soup for land animal eaters only like myself. It’s comparable to Todai or Sumo – quasi-Japanese/Chinese buffets. There will be something for everyone but the biggest enjoyment will be for seafood/sushi lovers.

Posted in 3 star - Best Western, Buffet, H, Irvine, Japanese, Over $12+ Pricey | 2 Comments »