Having lived in Vietnam for two years, I can honestly say that all of the food we ate today was very delicious and of high quality.
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This is my first visit since it opened under new management. I went for lunch. The bahn mi that I ordered was as good as always, and so were the spring rolls. Service was good. The place can get busy, and service will be slow...More
I have only been to Mo Te for their bubble teas, but it was delicious! They have well over 30 flavors and they are all made in-house - I recommend the Taro Root! Will definitely be back for a Bahn Mi sandwich or pho.
I was craving Pho & my usual favorite, Pho Far East is closed Monday's, so I decided to try this one across the street. I can get past the "hole in the wall" feel but was disappointed in the food. My husband ordered coffee and...More
I came across this spot by accident, but I am so glad I did. It used to be called something else. But now it is Mo-Te and they are my go-to spot for Barbecue Pork Bahn Mi. The bread is fluffy and with just enough...More
The Banh Mi sandwiches are only $3.75. Get the barbecue pork. I don't know where they get their baguettes from, but they are excellent. The pho is really good as well, but I go for the sandwiches. The restaurant itself is a dump, but who...More
This is truly a hole in the wall. I was a little apprehensive with the 94 rating on the wall. The food was great however. The service was excellent but slow. The sandwiches are excellent and reasonably priced. The soups were okay but the other...More
This tiny hole in the wall restaurant serves the best Bahn-Mi sandwiches for only $3.75 as of August 2014. The BBQ pork sandwich is the best. The mini French baguettes for the sandwich made me think I was back in France. The bubble tea is...More
We went to Pho Far East the other night and there was a long wait so we went across the street to Mo-Te and were the only ones in the restaurant. We ordered pho and the bun with everything. I think the portion sizes were...More
Found this little mom and pop restaurant completely by accident, and I'm glad I did! It's in a less-than-glamorous shopping center on Capital Blvd and New Hope Church Road. I was not greeted immediately upon entering but that is because the owner/chef was back in...More