Mint Modern Vietnamese
26 locals recommend · Estimated price 1 out of 4 ·
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I bet you didn't know that New Orleans has AMAZING Vietnamese food, did you?! And ones with vegan options!! Mint Modern has the best vegan Pho on the east bank (if you want to make your way to the westbank, I'll give you recommendations). The broth is perfectly seasoned and you can get it with tofu…
New Orleans has amazing Vietnamese food, and this is one of my favorites! Cheap and casual. Great for lunch or dinner.
Vietnamese (one of my personal favorites!) Fast service. Did you know that NOLA has a sizeable Vietnamese community?
Delicious, healthy, and affordable this is a hugely popular spot for locals. Excellent Phos and Bánh Mi. You can call in an order and walk down to pick it up as well.
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